How do stars and planets form?
The solar nebular hypothesis of standard cosmology tells us that gravitational collapse and accretion are the processes that lead to the creation of planets and stars—formative processes that occur over countless eons of time.
In contrast, the Electric Universe model and plasma cosmology propose that the electromagnetic phenomenon called the Z-pinch, (also called zeta pinch or Bennett pinch after Willard Harrison Bennett 1903-1987), which is known as a dominant organizational phenomenon in the cosmos.
We explore the increasingly convincing evidence that both stars and planets do indeed form by cosmic Z-pinches.
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