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What Are Little Planets Made Of?

Science, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
Jun 05 2009

What are little planets made of?
What are little planets made of?
Frigid methane spills
And weak gravity fields
That’s what little planets are made of

Jun 05, 2009
Article Excerpt:What are little planets made of?

“……………As we have suggested in the recent past, rather than reckoning celestial bodies like Titan or Mercury to be geriatric denizens of a wizened Solar System where whatever catastrophes that might occur have long since run their courses, it is more reasonable, given the anomalies detailed for many years in the Thunderbolts Picture of the Day, to think of them as youthful members of a dynamic ensemble.

Mercury is probably a relatively young planet and may have come to its present orbit and circumstances within the last 10,000 years. If that is the case, then the presence of an atmosphere of whatever density would not be surprising. The presence of electric currents flowing like giant tornadoes into Mercury hint at a time when those currents might have been far more powerful.”

Stephen Smith,

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