The Purging Hypothesis; the New Paradigm for Solar System Formation, Solving All SNDM Paradoxes While Fully Integrating Solar and Planetary Formation

Authors: R. Winnubst

The Solar Nebular Disk Model (SNDM) is the widely accepted paradigm for solar system formation. However, this modern variant of the almost 300 year-old ‘Nebular Hypothesis’ is plagued by an unacceptable number of paradoxes and unsolved issues such as the angular momentum paradox, the formation of terrestrial planets and abundant presence of water. Suspecting SNDM may be fundamentally flawed, a new paradigm was synthesised via ‘connective reversed engineering’ under the most challenging design parameters possible: 1.None of SNDM’s paradoxes are allowed to remain 2.All formation aspects must be consistent with the latest footage of Hubble ST, Spitzer ST and ALMA 3.All formation aspects must logically interconnect to provide a solid end-to-end ‘story line’. After nearly 2 years of re-designing efforts, eliminating countless sequence permutations, only one process emerged that can explain solar system formation in the required integrated and paradox free way: The Purging Hypothesis.

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[v1] 2018-03-12 10:16:52
[v2] 2018-06-13 08:05:06
[v3] 2018-07-20 04:25:08
[v4] 2018-09-25 15:36:33
[v5] 2018-12-23 06:13:33

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