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- Apr 5, 2010
Back to the forum topic for a moment. Someone needs to take a couple of flat earther leaders up to the space station for a few hours watch the earth move under them.
The evolving understanding of the Ort Cloud - extending two light years out - in layers - describes a Shell around the Sun.
Ok, a shell supported by the photon forces and solar wind that suspends mass against gravity, creating a shell, adding to the total mass of our Solar System if we count the Ort Cloud and Planet 9 as the Solar System.
Now, a small type of a proto-star, with heavy mass arond 1G would accumulate other mass. Some are asking if there could be a model where its force might have built a shell, thousand of miles thick.
RE: iron core being Molten: Even though it is hotter than the surface of the Sun, the crystallized iron core of the Earth remains solid