January 4, 2022
The Solar Protuberance Theory is an utmost likely process for the origin of our planetary system. In the booklet “The Solar Protuberance Theory - Our Solar System and the Planetary System Creation” the theory was explained and the large amounts of evidence confirms the theory at levels near 99,7% probability.
The proto-planets were expulsed out of the sun by an electromagnetic protuberance of which the electrically charged matter became spirally wound about a solar magnetic line. The four positively charged gas-planets became hot loops, due to the mutual repel, until they reached the actual orbits, as the Titius-Bode law describes. The same process happened with the four negatively charged core-planets.
In this paper, the further formation of planets is discussed, starting from the electrically charged loops, until we reach the observed spherical planets. The theory also suggests that the planets are likely hollow spheres, which is fully predicted by the described Solar Protuberance Theory, combined with the law of least action and the occurrence of zero fields inside hollow spheres.