June 10, 2019
Fulton Gap, planetary evolution, exoplanets, solar fission, planetary explosions, Le Sage gravity,
The Fulton Gap, discovered by B.J. Fulton in 2017, is a paucity of exoplanets of 1.5-2 Earth diameters, which correspond to masses proposed by Van Flandern for helium planets, which are planets that explode, hence the gap. Other evidence in exoplanets congruent with the model are liquid dwarfs (1.7-4 earth diameters), hot Jupiters, twinned planets, and unpaired giants. It also as a consequence definitively confirms LeSage gravity, which is required for planets to explode, whose 12 objections have all been shown to be invalid. And yet more recent evidence contradicts the planetisimal hypothesis: giant planets around small stars. Black holes and gravitational waves are not part of the Meta Model (which encompasses the FEM, is entirely deductive and built on first principles), but, contrary to the general belief, they have not been discovered. Van Flandern's Meta Cycle is also covered. It explains explosions (spontaneous photon emissions)(and particle disintegration) on the microscopic as well as the macroscopic scale (explosions of moons, planets, and stars).