Home •  About •  FAQs •  News •  Random Expert Selector •  Random Question Selector •  Contact Us • 

Top Level Categories

Mr Nathan Johnson
The earth and other planets where formed from leftover matter stuck in our suns orbit. I'm just wondering if having an earth twice the size as ours now would be more beneficial to the complexity of life or worse? Like the more diversity there is the higher the complexity can get so earths wide diversity plays a huge roll in how we got to where we are now so what we could do with a planet twice as large would be astonishing if we could adapt to the extra gravity. If we where going to look for other life on different planets what stars would be the best to look at? Our sun is perfect for our planet but would a bigger sun possibly with the right conditions possibly host an even more complex life form? Because if are sun caught this much matter in it's orbit then an even bigger sun definitely would have caught more matter. Any thoughts about this topic right or wrong would help thanks?

 
Add Reply

There are no discussions about this question yet.
 Top of Page Terms and Conditions Privacy Disclaimer

© Simply Explained