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    Hi all just got some questions that have been nagging me for an eon and would love for people to give us some insight or answers.

    Question is the formation of stars, solar systems, planets and galaxies random um what I mean is do solar systems follow a set pattern of formation or composition. My theory is that our cosmos/universe is the building blocks for a larger cosmos and visa versa as in a theory of infinite bigness and infinite smallness on a cosmic scale and that time is scaled accordingly eg. appears to progress slower in a large one, faster in a small one, that makes up the larger one.
    What I am trying to get across clumsily is that can our solar system be an atom in space in a larger world.


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    Quote Originally Posted by steve glover View Post
    Hi all just got some questions that have been nagging me for an eon and would love for people to give us some insight or answers.

    Question is the formation of stars, solar systems, planets and galaxies random um what I mean is do solar systems follow a set pattern of formation or composition. My theory is that our cosmos/universe is the building blocks for a larger cosmos and visa versa as in a theory of infinite bigness and infinite smallness on a cosmic scale and that time is scaled accordingly eg. appears to progress slower in a large one, faster in a small one, that makes up the larger one.
    What I am trying to get across clumsily is that can our solar system be an atom in space in a larger world.
    If you are looking for infinity in the structure of our universe it is in the structure of loops. When combined quantum mechanics and general relativity produces infinite loops. Wavelengths produce a looped field so do magnets. Faraday’s law is based on loops. I believe all fields of energy are loops and are relative to the observer. Upon closer observation of the fields of energy creating the loops more loops will be found. Loops can close or open or unravel relative to velocity, mass, and energy. I believe weak nuclear force to be a galactic event caused by the unraveling of a looped field.


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    Quote Originally Posted by steve glover View Post
    What I am trying to get across clumsily is that can our solar system be an atom in space in a larger world.
    Not really.
    The Bohr model is only useful as a limited explanation of the structure of atoms.
    Atoms don't consist of electron "planets" orbiting a central neutron/ proton "sun".
    (One hint that your idea isn't correct is that it's easy to tell, say, the Earth from Jupiter: you can't distinguish one electron from any other though).

    And if you value your sanity, or your science education, ignore everything that YangYin posts: he's not the sharpest tool in the box.
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    [QUOTE=steve glover;541153.... can our solar system be an atom in space in a larger world.[/QUOTE]

    I toyed with that idea in my youth and I soon realized it was not so simple. It would be very neat if the universe was like a fractal with the fine structure resembling the large structure but it just is not like that.
    If it was like that there would be no problem with creating a Grand Unified Theory instead of having both Relativity and Quantum Mechanics still working but at only different scales.
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