Welcome To The Companion Website for the Book: Mass Vortex Theory

Setting for the Development of a Star: a Nebula

The young stars in the open regions have cleared out the gases in their respective parts of a nebula as shown in this image of NGC 7822.

Early Proto-Star

Narrow, oppositely-directed jets of gas along the spin axis are commonly seen during the early development of a star. This picture of a protostar named CARMA-7 was taken by ALMA [Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array].

Vortex Beginning of a Star

The spiral in the background is a nascent star spanning about a third of a light year that was imaged in near-infrared wavelengths by Hubble Space Telescope; it shows a mass vortex that is just getting started. Meanwhile, a fully-formed star shows what the vortex will become.

Example: Stage 2 of Star Formation

Stage 2 includes these features: low luminosity at the center and a thinning of the vortex height.

Example: Stage 3 of Star Formation

Stage 3 includes these features: The luminosity in the center grows stronger; electrons accumulate in one or more large bands that establish a primary electron ring. By the end of this stage, the visible ion-particle flowpaths are circular.

Stage 4 of Star Formation Features Separation Along the Spin Axis

Jupiter Has an Ice Layer

Mass Vortex Theory predicts that Jupiter has a fairly normal rocky planet with an atmosphere enclosed by an ice layer. Gaseous debris covers and hides Jupiter’s ice layer.

Citizen scientists Gerald Eichstädt and Seán Doran processed this image using data from the JunoCam imager.

The Sun Has It All

The Sun contains 99.86% of the mass of the Solar System. Thus, without the extra precision, the mass of the Sun is 100% or all of the Solar System’s mass. And this means that the total mass of the planets amounts to no more than rounding error.

Lack of Randomness

All the planet orbits line up in a plane called the ecliptic that cuts through the Sun’s equator. The planets have non-random spins and non-random tilts.

Magnets in Space

Iron atoms in space tend to settle on dust. Being present in cold space, any dust-laden iron gas is magnetic. This is a known property of iron (a ferrromagnetic material) at temperatures less than 1043 K.

Spinning Into a Thin Disk

When a fluid (not solid) body has ongoing rotation, the mass of the body changes under the influence of centrifugal motion and gravity so that it flattens out at the equator. This explains why a ball of spinning pizza dough flattens out into a pizza crust; it also explains why the ice rings of Saturn are all at the equator. The outer gases of Jupiter and Saturn also have a central bulge. Similarly, a spinning mass vortex also flattens out over time.

Stars That Should Not Exist

At the center of our Milky Way galaxy are huge young stars that could not have formed if star formation happens the way Standard Theory says it does. This is because at their distance from the center strong tidal shear forces are present that would prevent star formation.

Planets Born

Moons Born

Current Planets

Current Moons


 

Two planets were born between Mars and Jupiter.
They both had moons.

As the second one spun out away from the Parent Vortex
it crashed into the first one: The Killer Crash

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8 planets with a total of 146 moons comprise our
Solar System, as officially confirmed by NASA (April 2015).

The remains of one original planet is a moon of Jupiter.
The remains of the other missing planet broke into
pieces that rebounded back towards the center,
leaving some debris in the Asteroid Belt.

8 of the moons from the Killer Crash are found
in the Kuiper Belt and 1 is in the Scattered Disc.

Which Is a Better Explanation: Standard Theory or Mass Vortex Theory