There are three remote-viewing targets for this study. The first target is the asteroid "433 Eros" (a siliceous or ) at the moment of its creation. The second target is the asteroid "253 Mathilde" (a carbonaceous or ) at the moment of its creation. The final target involves Iapetus, the icy moon of Saturn. Iapetus has a dark "splat" on one side, and Tom Van Flandern hypothesized that this splat was the result of an impact with a huge debris wave that ran throughout the solar system when the planet exploded that created the asteroid belt. Thus, the final target involves the origin of the dark splat on Iapetus.
But one widely accepted called the Nebular Hypothesis first introduced by Emanuel Swedenborg then later further work on by Immanuel Kant and Pierre Simon De Laplace in the 1700s....
Planets hypothesis – ningbullavimimarcentginklenacast
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