Wal Thornhill: Gravitational Accretion Bites the Dust | Space News

New scientific research into the planet-forming conditions in so-called young star systems has delivered a shocking blow to gravitational accretion theory. In a paper published in the journal Astronomy Astrophysics, scientists described their attempts to determine how much material is present in the disks around stars that are thought to be only 1 to 3 million years old. When they compared their estimates to the masses of star systems that have fully formed planets, they realized that the so-called young stars systems did not have enough matter in their disks to eventually form planets. In this episode, we discuss why this discovery fits perfectly with the Electric Universe theory of both planet and star formation.

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