Making a planet


Here is more great writing advice from Life, the Universe, and Everything. The theme of the presentation is making a planet. Any misinformation is the fault of the note taker.

  • What kind of planets will be created by what planets? Different suns create temperature.
  • The bigger the star the faster it burns out.
  • If a star is older, red dwarf: its expanded earth would absorb. Planets further out may be habitual.
  • A planet close to a sun has less of an atmosphere; radiation of sun will blow off the atmosphere.
  • Planet core: earth had a metal core: all metal sink to core and minerals stay at the top.
  • Core creates the magnetic field. Jupiter has liquid hydrogen. Venus planet has liquid ammonia cores. Size of the body will influence how quickly a planet cool.
  • Radioactive decay it what influence tetanic plates.
  • Mantle is not lava. It’s a solid mineral. It circulates a slow rate of time. Minters from mantle bring up items to surface that life relies on for survival
  • Earth is not hollow. It defies physics. To have a hollow world, it is a construct. Better have good reasons to exist.
  • Crust: a tectonic plate brings things that get distributed through the soil.
  • The continental crust is lighter than ocean crust.
  • Tectonics moving around. Hit each other and create the hilimia mountains.
  • Nitrogen and co2 rise up from a volcano to help make breathable.
  • Solar winds are when big stars bow atmosphere off core planets.
  • A lot of mountains are created along a shoreline.
  • Plates slam into each other. Place where mountains are don’t have volcanos.
  • Land influence by ocean currents, rain on seafood side of the mountain.
  • If you have warm water that is rising along a cost line will cause to be lush.
  • Cold water drops and can cause deserts.
  • The atmosphere, mountain ranges, and oceans.
  • There are climate bands rainforest and desert belts. And temperate belts.
  • Tiga belt forest belts.
  • In order to get dirt, you need to have something eroding. Rain can erode stone/roc.
  • The earth and moon stabilize our orbit. And prevents earth from wobbling.
  • Moons give tides. The position of moons on opposite side can cancel one another or two moons on the same side can create a super tide.
  • Plants created the earth with oxygen.

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