We discuss and comment on the role agriculture will play in the containment of the CO2 problem and address protocols for terraforming the planet Earth.
A model farm template is imagined as the central methodology. A broad range of timely science news and other topics of interest are commented on.
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Our sun grew fat when a sausage collided with the Milky Way
I wonder just how you might actually prove that even though it appears to be almost self evident. however after seeing how Jupiter sponged up a few Comets in recent history, i am more inclined to expect the inevitable binary object to do most of the heavy lifting and then possibly spin up to eject planets.See how easy it is to make all this complicated and how the sun can miss most of the action. Everything arrives on an orbital path of some sort and few will be dead into the Sun. Most material will be actually be dominated by Jupiter into a capture orbit. This can also be used to explain the dominance of binary stars out there. . Our sun grew fat when a sausage collided with the Milky Way
Galactic collisions produced a sausage 5 July 2018
V. Belokurov (Cambridge, UK); Based on image by ESO/Juan Carlos Muñoz
A collision 8 to 10 billion years ago between our own Milky Way and a smaller galaxy dubbed “the sausage” helped grow stars in the centre of the Milky Way, including our own sun. The smaller galaxy was torn apart in the collision, providing extra gases to fuel star formation.
The crash would have lasted many hundreds of millions of years. Stars from the smaller galaxy have ended up with strange, sausage-shaped orbits around the centre of the Milky Way …