How did the Earth form?
Probably, from the time people inhabitEarth, they constantly think about how the Earth was formed. Since ancient times, there are many different concepts of the origin of our planet, based on both mysticism and real facts. The further scientific progress goes forward, the more such concepts appear. But will a person ever know how his own planet originated? Maybe. And now we will offer you one new theory, how the planet Earth was formed, based on the physics of matter and celestial bodies. It was proposed by the Institute of Earth Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
According to this theory, the matter from whichThe universe is built, has its own phases of development, which naturally flow into one another. The original matter was supposed to be the original single and whole environment, without any breaks and seals. Then, in this medium, a small, even microscopic, point of discharge arises. The layers surrounding this point in accordance with natural physical laws tend to it. Thus, the discharge is filled, and matter in this place is condensed. It was in this way that all bodies-stars and planets-began to form in our Universe. And the emergence of the Earth was subject to the same physical process. What happened next?
Naturally, in those places that matterleft, rushed to the points of the vacuum, new voids formed. These voids, of course, have become much more extensive, since a lot of matter is needed to form bodies. Over these voids, in order to avoid the collapse of the condensation, masses of matter begin to move. It is easiest for matter to thicken in the form of a ball, since in this way it is possible to attach much more matter due to gravitational action. Thus, in a chain reaction to the created thickening of matter, more and more flows of matter are directed, so that the body (let us call it now) builds up the mass and simultaneously increases in volume. Strictly speaking, this was the first stage of the formation of our planet.
Later on, in the center of this compaction,gaseous medium, which, with increasing energy and pressure, undergoes certain changes, becoming first a liquid and then a solid one. The initial stage of the formation of any planet is a solid core, which is covered with an aqueous envelope and enveloped by a gaseous sphere. However, our Earth has long passed this stage and at the moment has moved to a much higher level of development. What awaits Earth in the future? According to this theory, on any planet, in the end, internal energy begins to predominate. This is expressed in the fact that it is deprived first of the gas, and then of the water shell, turning into a completely solid body. Then from this body begin to separate parts of the solid matter of the planet at low speeds, and then from the decomposing solid elements fly more and more energy bunches at ever greater speeds. So the planet passes into the state of the red giant, and then the stars or the sun.