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Re: Challenge to Jim Scotti

Article: <6j1vbr$> 
Subject: Re: Challenge to Jim Scotti
Date: 9 May 1998 16:13:47 GMT

In article <6ip0sp$502@pmgm.Stanford.EDU> John Ladasky writes:
>> And if 2 Suns were 10 AU apart, according to your laws of
>> gravity, they should have been one before this discussion 
>> could ever ensue.  Please try to get grounded. 
> Not.  Same issue.  If they orbit quickly enough so that their 
> atmospheres do not touch at perihelion, they will continue 
> to orbit! Closer objects, more mass, higher speed.

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What do atmosphere's have to do with it!  Two suns that close are
dealing with GRAVITY!  There is no orbit that would remove the fact
that the gravity between them is immense!  Please, even if they moved
so fast as to become a blur, the distance between them does not change,
and this would merge those Suns before any sideways motion at all could
occur.  The only motion would be in a straight line direction TOWARD
each other.  This is another example of how your orbital mechanics do
not take gravity into consideration, and CANNOT be put together with
your laws of gravity.  Another one of their faults is that they make
otherwise sober and intelligent humans make silly statements!  Give it
up and start thinking!
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