nebular hypothesis? Is it still? WHY? ?

the planets of our solar system came out of the sun I am curious why is this still taught when it obviously cannot be true? As by Kant and even Sweedenburg 1734 and as far back as 1721 as I understad it by Pier Symon Laplace (sorry is spelling is off). In General History of Nature and Theory of the Heavens, in 1755 in Germany, theorized that some four billion years ago, the sun had ejected a tail, or a filament, of material that cooled and collected and thus formed the planets. I mean as I read it and I am by far a scientist just a hack if you will with interest in such things. Laplace had the ability to do the math and didnt as He trusted his friend and just backed him but in doing the math we see therr is no way it can be true so why is it still taught as truth or is it (in colleges and such) Sweedenburg was said to have gotten the theroy from a sceance (by his admission) and isnt that kinda weird? why would that not have said something to Laplace or was he too into this type of stuff?? and beyond the math being impossible the Sun makes up like 98% of our systmes mass and only 2% of the spin and yest the planets make up 98% of the spin and 2% of the mass and as well the outer plantes are larger than the inner and they say it seems the planets showed up some how in pairs or are in 3 pairs all with in 3% of spin with each other Why? Earth and Mars have virtually identical spin axis tilts (about 23.5°). Why? (From angular momentum and orbital calculations, it would seem that three pairs of these planets may have been brought here from elsewhere.) no one seems to know why or how this could be and that is cool I mean that is what science is about studying the unknown but I cannot figure out why the nebular hypothesis is so widely accepted when it is not mathmatically possible?? The book of Job is such a great scientific book and also when I read Revelation 19-22, and the final chapters of Isaiah, or john 1 somethings begin to become clearer but still the question remains WHY?? John 1

Asked By: bladesinger0712 - 11/24/2008
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Whenever someone puts forth an initial theory they get the credit even though the theory is later modified. Newton is credited with gravity. Our present understanding of gravity as modified by Einstein is much different from that "spooky" force Newton called gravity. Alfred Wegener is credited with the Theory of... More
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