вторник, 24 ноября 2015 г.

31. OH, HOW MANY OF THEM HAVE FALLEN INTO THE ABYSS...

OH, HOW MANY OF THEM HAVE FALLEN INTO THE ABYSS...

“Oh, how many of them have fallen into the abyss...”
It is the verses of Marina Tsvetaeva. She wrote about death, about the termination of life, of her own or any other person. These words well describe the process of birth, life and return into oblivion, into the abyss, but not the people, and the planets, the heavenly bodies.
And we do not know exactly how many planets preceded to those that we are now seeing in the solar system. Perhaps there were more of them. Not an infinite number, but simply more.
After all, the planet's moving away from the sun as they are heated. And distancing far enough, they cease to be attracted to it - the gravity weakens. This happens, for example, at a distance of the bodies from the Earth.
And then the Nucleus of Galaxy can intercept these planets by its gravity. And when the planet will be attracted to one of the poles of the Nucleus, it will become part of its substance. And then it can be reborn again as part of a star or a planet.
We humans have only recently emerged, on space standards, from childhood. And we just only begin to collect information about ourselves, the universe and our place in it. Therefore, if we see the solar system as it is now, it does not mean that it was such before us.
And when you consider that all life on Earth did not exist forever, it becomes clear that we know almost absolutely nothing about the Cosmos.

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