Re: About rocks blowing in the wind
Posted by Dogrock on Apr 12, 2002 at 13:59
Re: About rocks blowing in the wind (Son of Spam)
When a planet is free falling in space, a push (or continual push) from the side should be equivalent, I think, to knocking something off balance, the small continual push should be capable over time of completely turning a planet, rather like gravity does. It would be imagined it should push outwards as light is a repelling force. But I wonder could there be less atoms in an area heated up by the sun to encourage a turn in. Or could friction created on the side of the planet near the sun or any planet cause a turn in. Just wildly speculating here.
- Re: About rocks blowing in the wind Dogrock 12/4 14:31 (0)
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