Origins of planets come from their central
In a quantified process sub-bodies from the
interior of the central star will be exported. This process is hierarchically
able to transform. So centers of galaxies hurl their products into the world
above. For example protoplanets do the same with their protosatellites and so
Here I was very sceptic. Until now one think
on an accretion disk and its concentration.
Then I saw the photo of the Hubble-telescope
of TMR and TMR-1C. Tereby and his colleagues give an interpretation of the
observed planet: It would be hurled from the doubled central star. This process
should be generally valid.
How could this be going?
Certainly you know the hypothetical solutions
of the Black (Darkgray) hole, the Worm hole and the White hole? I found the oscillator
solution of the Theory of General Relativity. It is leading to the solution of
the world formula, of which the world is oscillating simply. The processes are
easily to understand.
A so-called Darkgray hole, a Worm hole and a
White hole are together a PROTOCOSM following my theory. Such a protocosm is
formed during e.g. 5 hours and accelerated then (these 5 hours are just one
example for much more variations of time). There it is moving on and
transforming to an opening state during half of the oscillating period. The time
is relativistically developed by the speed. It can take a very long time, but
also a very short time. Then the protocosm is opening itself during the 5 hours
and installing the new formations of matter. Do you feel something? Yes, nuclei
of galaxies take matter by forming protocosms and send out new stars and clouds
of stars by sending and opening these protocosms! Nuclei of the stars take
matter and send out protuberances. Before they got so weak of energy, they have
been installing the whole system of planets during its youth!
A star doesn't only consist of gas but of a
multiple number of protocosms. Their present energy isn't enough for escape from
These are my sites
of my theory about World Fomula named Ideal-Oscillator-Theory, just as a variant
of the Unified Field Theory