The Reason the Earth Has Water, the Fate of the Planets Near and Far From the Sun, Smaller Planets Colliding to Create Larger Planets, Earth Being a Mixture of Dry and Wet Mini Planets, and the Reason the Earth’s Water is Disparate From Heavy Hydrogenated Water Found Within Asteroids

The Earth has water because during the birth of the solar system there were approximatly 15 planets. The planets near the Sun were too hot to have water and became rocky and the planets far away from the sun were too cold to have rocks and were gaseous and icy. Smaller planets collide and start to form large planets, specifically the planets of the current solar system. Earth is a mix of dry and wet mini planets. This explains why Earth has similar water to the water in the asteroid belt which i...


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