Planets

PLANETS

There are over a trillion planets in the Universe today. Planets are one of six kinds of abode in the Universe that can sustain life. The only part of the Universe that is conducive to inhabitable planets is the fourth dimension where we reside.

Planets vary in shape and density and are made up of many different types of materials. The most common of these materials is sand. Another commonly used material is salt rock. One of the most unique materials used in the construction of planets is crystalline water giving them the name of water planets. While this may seem a bit strange to us it is true!

Many of the planets are situated in sun (solar) systems while the majority can be found in star systems. Star systems are on average one thousand times larger than sun systems.

Sun systems average thirty planets that each circumvent a sun. The average sun system has four suns that are smaller than ours. This is because of the huge area it occupies. In several sun systems there is a unique feature that is relatively new to them and that is a broad spectrum of star planets. Star planets have been in existence for many thousands of years all over the Universe and they have a rather unusual composition that is unique to them.

One of the most curious things about the Universe is its ability to procreate. This is when several different energies form a mass that becomes solid once it cools off to create the foundation for another kind of planet that is called an energy planet. Energy planets are so called because of their origins and are special because they produce enough energy to sustain life.

The most amazing type of planet in the Universe is known as a multi-layer planet. Multi-layer planets have seven subterranean levels that are all inhabited. Each of the seven levels have a centralized air system comprising pure oxygen obtained from the planet’s atmosphere. Another feature of multi-layer planets is the presence of several subterranean oceans all teeming with marine life. These planets are among the largest in the Universe and the least populated. This is because multi-layer planets are inhabited by scientists for research purposes.

While it is hard to imagine other life around the Universe the fact remains that life has always existed and it continues to evolve not just in the confines of the Universe but way beyond it.

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