The Architectural Design Rules of Solar Systems Based on the New Perspective

@article{Sharma2009TheAD,
  title={The Architectural Design Rules of Solar Systems Based on the New Perspective},
  author={Bijay Kumar Sharma},
  journal={Earth, Moon, and Planets},
  year={2009},
  volume={108},
  pages={15-37}
}
  • B. Sharma
  • Published 4 November 2009
  • Physics, Geology
  • Earth, Moon, and Planets
In this paper I present a new perspective of the birth and evolution of Planetary Systems. This new perspective presents an all encompassing and self consistent Paradigm of the birth and evolution of the solar systems. In doing so it redefines astronomy and rewrites astronomical principles. Kepler and Newton defined a stable and non-evolving elliptical orbits. While this perspective defines a collapsing or expanding spiral orbit of planets except for Brown Dwarfs. Brown Dwarfs are significant… 
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