(Continental Drift has been revised to Tetonic Plate theory)
The scientific name for Earth, is SOL III.
What we call the sun, is called “SOL”. A Roman Numeral (herein referred to as RN) after the word “SOL” designates a planet. The “I” designates the innermost planet, with the RNs progressively describing the next outer planet, then the next one, and so on.
Scientific Term | Standard Name
SOL I MERCURY (planet surface finally mapped, no atmosphere)
SOL II VENUS
SOL III EARTH (people think life revolves around them and Earth, but compared what astrometers can see, in perspective, were very insignificant, as in humbling)
SOL IV MARS (this planet was once closer to SOL, but the CD of SOL III, and the increase
in mass of SOL III, pushed Mars further out (same distance from SOL III as
in the past), as Volcanic activity has caused SOL III to grow and swell in size.
SOL IV lost H2O, while SOL III gained H2O, Pertains to the habital zone
If our greenhouse effect could be moved to SOL IV, better for both planets.
Terraforming would still require more water for the planet.
SOL V JUPITER
SOL VI SATURN
SATURN II (Enceladus, the sixth-largest moon of Saturn, it has a composition, similar to a comet, including organic soup. The heat source comes from the planetary core, rather than the sun, otherwise, it is very much like a comet).
SATURN IV (Titan, the largest moon of Saturn. Titan is far colder than Earth, and its surface seems to lack liquid water.
* Titan appears to have lakes of liquid ethane and/or liquid methane on its surface, as well as rivers and seas, which some scientific models suggest could support non-water-based life.
* It has also been suggested that life may exist in a sub-surface ocian consisting of water and ammonia.
* Titan’s atmosphere is thick, chemically active, and is known to be rich in organic compounds, this has led to speculation about whether chemical precursors of life may have been generated there.
In June 2010, scientists analysing data from the Cassini–Huygens mission reported anomalies in the atmosphere near the surface which are consistent with the presence of methane-producing organisms, but may alternatively be due to non-living chemical or meteorological processes
SOL VII URANUS (perhaps another KBO, arctic polar caps have side orientation, instead of
top and bottom, as all the other planets have.
SOL VIII NEPTUNE
SOL IX PLUTO (no longer considered a planet, but a KBO. New Horizons will provide the first close-up pics of pluto)
SOL X PLANET X (the search for planet X, resulted in the discovery of the Kipper Belt)
Pluto is no longer considered a planet, but a Kipper Belt Object (KBO), orbiting the sun, in a gravitational gravity-ring (the reason planets make a full orbit around the sun, instead of just drifting in space or orbit the sun in some other bizarre pattern.
It locks the planets, into a circular orbit around the sun, each orbit takes a year. A year based on each planet is different on each planet. A year is shorter on Mercury, the next shortest is Venus, but longer on Mars, and incrementally longer, ther further out you go.
The oldest fossels are of microscopic lifeforms, even single cell organisms.
The hypothesis that the continents had once formed a single landmass before breaking apart and drifting to their present locations was fully formulated by Alfred Wegener in 1912
Mercury was heavily bombarded by comets and asteroids during and shortly following its formation 4.6 billion years ago, as well as during a possibly separate subsequent episode called the late heavy bombardment that came to an end 3.8 billion years ago
Approximately 4.6 billion years ago, shortly after formation, the planets of SOL were heavily bambarded by comets and asteroids (the organic soup from comets, are key to the development of life).
Approximately 3.8 billion years ago, a separate subsequent episode, called the late heavy bombardment occurred, this event probably triggered Continental Drift, and these factors also were probably key to diversity within specific animal species, including the reason there are different races among mankind.
(time factors based on the Mercury page on Wikipedia. I know that this is a different planet, but the event of being bombarded by asteroids and comets, most likely happened about the same time on Mercury and our moon, and these two, a planet and Earth’s moon without an environment, are the best way to calculate the approximate time period that these events occurred.
If you look at the photos of the surface of the moon, Mercury, and Venus, you can see that they are all similar. The cratered surface of one, is very similar to the other. This may be evidence of planetary bombardment. There probably were a lot more comets out there, that reached the inner solar system, than there are today. Many of these comets probably bombarded the surface of planets and moons. Comets similar in composition, to the comet that the deep impact probe impacted, and scientist discovered it contained an “organic soup”.
This was probably key to life existing in the solar system.
After life has developed, additional bombardment, may have caused the wide range of species, as this process of bombardment either pertains to life developing or evolution (creation of the wide range of species, many of which are now extinct), and micro-evolution (the reason that there are different races of humans, and variations of other species.
But for that to work, the Continental Drift has to work in combination with this type of bambardment, at key times, for either life to develop or evolution (the reason fo all the various lifeforms that have ever existed on Earth), and micro-evolution (the branching off of different races of humans or variations in animal species.
In this, I am using the early bombardment of Mercury, and a later bombardment, for the time periods. And tying them into the beginning of life (via a comet similar to that encountered by the Deep Impact probe), and a period when the supercontinents broke apart, into separate continents (over thousands of years), and that the later comet bombardment was around this time, and the key to microevolution, in which mankind evolved into different races. Also, the level of sunlight (and possibly other environmental factors), and what different groups of people ate (considering food was not cooked properly, like in modern times, and the DNA from certain food was preserved enough during meals, might have played a part in the microevolution into races. Mankind evolved into different races, to adapt to their changing environment from the Continental Drift.