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When scientists directed their investigations to the “tides,” meteorological as well as astronomical, they were entering upon that path which leads directly to the solution of how planets and their respective moons were formed. However, these investigations, even though thorough as far as carried on, were not extended beyond what I call the “standard” tide. The very next step forward opens the gateway wide into what has been classed a secret or mystery. All scientific researches and investigations seemed to have stopped at the very door of this fountain of knowledge in spite of the fact that no one could fail to see or pass by this door. This door opens that very moment the mind understands what its eyes see when these behold the frothy and foamy waves in rivers, lakes and seas. All have seen these capping waves; and it will be surprising to realize what a new radiance of light these waves will shed upon the darkened pages of astronomy, when we unfold the structure and functions of what I have called the “reproductive” tide.
Livre de Lyon
moons, planets, Laplacean ring theory, solar system, physics
Physical Processes | Physics | Stars, Interstellar Medium and the Galaxy
Lewis, Paul G., "How Planets and Moons Were Made" (2020). Science and Mathematical Science. 19.