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Jul9-03, 01:56 PM
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Originally posted by Brad_Ad23
It doesn't matter we don't know all the details. What matters is that the orbits are more or less random, and the ones that ar stable, as in any chaotic system, will tend to last longer than those that are not.
Right it is certainly true that the stable orbits would last, but this doesn't address the ubiquitous patterning of bodes law found in the planet orbit spacings the moon spacings, the atmospheric shells of the earth, and the electron shells of the atom.