New Research Theory Proves Collective Mud Balls Formed the Earth

New Research Theory Proves Collective Mud Balls Formed the Earth
New Research Theory Proves Collective Mud Balls Formed the Earth

Study determines mud balls established our planet.

Asteroids, volatiles, meteorites all make up floating particles in the solar system. However, a new study demonstrates how dust and ice could have constructed our planet Earth with mud balls.

Original knowledge dictates the first solid bodies in our solar system originated from carbonaceous chondrites, blocks of asteroids. The chemical compositions of these chunks were almost identical to the sun. Although, if you took hydrogen and helium out of that big orange globe we love so much, you’d probably get mineral ratios found in rock.


New research suggests dust and ice preceded the planets.

Temperatures of 150 degrees Celsius from radioactive heat would have melted the ice turning the particles into mud. But the question of how the minerals from the porous rock could consolidate the earth creating molten rock, would come from this mud combination?

Computer modules of how the mud would evolve have been simulated. Transferred currents could develop aiding the transfer of heat into space. Predictably this would move molten rock within the Earth’s mantle building asteroids like we know of today.


Difference between asteroids and comets

This mud ball theory could help explain the difference between asteroids and comets. Comets are more ice than rock and live farther from the sun. Though some asteroids could be thoroughly muddy, their make up is more often grainy and rocky.

Brandon Johnson, a planetary scientist at Brown University in Providence, R.I., believes this prototype will provoke more research. However, he’s not the only researcher trying to come up with data, new formulas relating to the field of science.

It seems across the board; scientists are in competition to realize the greatest discovery of their generation. Everyone wants to think up a killer observation. Who wouldn’t want the credit and satisfaction of being the first to discover, uncover, reveal the secrets of our universe.


How does the mud theory explain the earth’s core?

A solid sphere believed to be made up of an iron-nickel alloy with temperatures similar to the sun’s surface which is hot, make up earth’s inner core.

The outer core has a liquid layer consisting of iron and nickel. This portion of the earth lies between the solid inner core and below the earth’s mantle. It is these metals that influence the magnetic field.

This magnetic field protects our planet from the direct damage the sun could inflict without this capsule shielding us. Covering the mantle is the earth’s crust. Both consist of rocky formations.


Mud or rock?

How likely is it that this new mud theory is valid? It could be as valid as the assumptions we’ve had up until now. Subsequently, this mud idea is a big jump from all the research that’s been done to date. Discovery is the name of the game, and everyone wants to play.

Maybe scientists are bored of the same old same old. Perhaps they just want to spice up their lives with a rumor. Conceivably they can prove their ideas with master plots and computer models. Anything is possible.



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