Solar System

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A solar system is a single entity, like a tree with branches. A star gives birth to planets.

Creation of planets

Hot nuclear fusion can only produce elements up to iron in a star. When elements like iron accumulate to a high enough level in the sun, they are expelled as a planet.

Evolution of the planet

A planet's orbit starts out small but grows over time as the sun acts on it gravitationally. The solar winds add light elements to the planet like hydrogen and oxygen and therefore water and the planet grows an atmosphere and crust. Geologic activity releases hydrogen sulfide and other gasses charged to millions of volts which cause cold nuclear fusion that can produce elements higher than iron.

Rotation begins and life can be sustained by the energy that the planet has. Eventually the planet's orbit grows too big, the planet looses it's atmosphere, and the elements gained start to vaporize creating gas giants.

So if the planets are a part of the star then how does the star benefit?

Movement.

Movement of solar system

The sun spins the planets using directed solar emmissions like CME's. The sun also pushes the planets outwards, expanding their orbits. What this does is cause something called rotational antigravity which is explained in this link [1]. What this means is if you have an orbiting and rotating body, you can push it outward and get a force on the system upwards. In essence you can lift yourself up with your bootstraps using this method.

So this is what the sun gets out of the planets, it can rotate them and push on them to travel through the galaxy.

Solar energy

The sun is not born with all the food it needs to complete it's life. The sun is a creature that needs to eat, and its waste is matter. It eats aether [2], and this aether is more or less concentrated in different parts of space, hence the "dark rift" that the mayans predicted would be the end of the age in 2012. Indeed grand solar minimums like we are currently experiencing is when the solar system travels through a place in space with sparse aether and the sun cannot produce as much energy as normal. Think of it like the sun is fasting.

Examples in our solar system

Venus is not yet inhabitable. Mars was inhabitable in the past and will eventially become a gas giant as it's rocky crust begins to vaporize due to the vacuum of space.

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