Initially, you must understand,
I'm a non-relgion man.

I'm not writing to push a relgion down on you at all,
there's only what you think there is, right? You have to be careful to root out in the understanding of faith, if you understand?
If you asked me, I would most likely answer "Do not know?"
But this is one attempt to explain our arrival / evolution here on the planet Earth's surface.
Because where did we come from? and have we come from anywhere?
Or are we part of "Lives" development?
Has "God" created us?
Have we been planted here as an experiment?
Have we run away from "our" master, as a freedom fighter when we got the chance?
Is this important to know?
Elipse Galaxy And if we found out where we came from, we would not just ask, where did we come from before we got there? And it would end up in a meaningless joke of before there, before there ?.
A historical theory of the origin of the Earth and of "life" is conceived.
Kap. 1.

It's only been less than three minutes since the galaxy "the dial" was made.
Between the Stars' journey from being giants (class 12) to becoming dwarves (class 1), the now class 5 star "exhales".
In its breath that takes the form of a disk, planets are created.
They are built in relation to which materials (gases and solids) are heavy and in relation to the Star's current gravity.
The light substances form the outer planets, while heavier substances are smashed together into smaller planets inside near the star.
In the area between the heavy and the light substances, a planet get born, fragile. It separates and gathers according to where it reaches in its circulation around the star, but the high speed of its orbit makes it never calm down and creates a stable and firm surface before disaster strikes.
Large amounts of heavy matter travel outwards from within the many collisions around the star and some hit and smash the mixed planet, a large part of the substance continues out and becomes slaves for the large gas planets that form in the outer solid part of the solar system.
The rest of the planet is spread out in a belt that today forms the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter.

Solsystemet The Earth is created like Mars and Venus, but like Venus has no debate hanging on it. Mars capture some of the pieces there comes from inside and that stof becomes to two debate for it.
The distance of the three planets is close and the possibility of "life" is present on all of them.
The decision on which of the three to stay in the belt in the solar system, where "life" can exist, is when the Earth is hit by a larger comet,
coming rushing into its orbit from behind the Sun and on its way out, the explosion sends shock waves towards both Mars and Venus.
Venus moves closer to the Sun and Mars further out.

The Earth is hit opposite its rotation and at an oblique angle so that the planet's surface stops board and begins to rotate opposite,
but its core continues its "normal" rotation This hard blow deposits a large amount of martriale and also throws a large amount out of the Earth.
This amount of material does not reach far away from the planet, but becomes a debate for it. (Knowen as The Moon)
The Blue Planet The large hole this amount of material leaves in the planet causes the surface of the planet to contract around the planet's axis and the continent is being pulled apart, thus creating the continents we know today, while a large amount of water on the planet flows down into the great hole.
The "life" that must have started on Mars and Venus, died in the extreme temperatures that arose on them.
It is difficult to imagine a form of intelligent "life" once on Mars or Venus.
"Life" is a long process that must take place in a relatively stable environment, in a long process for "Life".

It will take millions of millions of years before the first sign of "life" occurs on Earth, after it has been formed and has had its debate circulating around it. The first signs of "life" have probably also perished several times in the Earth's
process leading to a stable environment. Where "life" could attach itself and evolve into what we know today as the symbiosis time.
In the 100 million years that follow, the solar system will be assembled and built to be very similar to what we know today.
But the gravity of the solar system was weaker on the planets than today, i.e. that the Sun's gravity was stronger and the planets' gravity was weak. The moon At some point in this rebellious time of the solar system, comets come in past the planets at breakneck speed and a collision will be fatal to the planet that gets in the way.

("Second theory thought")
One to several of these many comets collide with the solar system's fifth planet and it is crushed to pieces,
the smaller ones are thrown far out into space, while the larger ones (from about 3 km in diameter) and upwards, gather in a belt where

the planet once was, they spread out so that the belt becomes a band in the orbit where the planet used to rotate around the Sun.

This fuss in the solar system causes one of the comets to come out of its orbit, perhaps it was hit by some of the many
fragments from the planet, but as it reaches in and around the Sun it sets a different course, its orbit goes straight out
towards the planets.
The Earth gets in its way and a collision is inevitable, luckily the Earth is only cut by it
and "survives", but the comet's impact strikes a large bite of the Earth and causes it to rotate opposite its own axis,
it is also skewed in its slope so that it comes over and stands at a 23 degree angle.

The sun draws in the Earth in such a way that this angle becomes an alternating effect over the Earth's equator,
that part of the Earth the comet knocked off, is thrown into space, but is captured by the Earth's gravity and hangs there.

But as the Earth rotated while it was hit, the debate also began to revolve around the Earth,
but it does not rotate as fast as the Earth now does and the Earth's gravity holds it in such a way,
that it continues to have the same side towards the Earth.

We call this debate the moon. ("Second theory thought" end)

It has probably saved the Earth many times from impacts and has thus helped the Earth to be able to build a stable
environment on the surface. The hole in the Earth's surface is filled with water from the rest of the Earth and from the ice that the comet brought
when it hit, this pull of water away from the raster surface has probably caused the continents to move
apart and roughly created the Earth's appearance today.

"Life is a creation in rain and dust". (Life theory)
The liquid on the planet Earth's surface is polluted by dust and particles from the asthma sphere like an ash rain,
this dust and particles slowly descend to the bottom of the gorges between the continents and hit the liquid / water between them.
The sun's rays heat up the dust and particles, some of which absorb liquid.
The dust and particles react to the light, heat and liquid mixing ratios.
The dust begins to change color on the surface and chemical reactions are set in motion.
A myriad of this dust slides towards the bottom of the liquid and when the pressure reaches a certain amount creates parts of the dust
and the particles shell, this shell solidifies further down in the cooler depths of the liquid,
some of the collected dust shells contain air, they move up to the surface and thus get more light energy added.
How the shells arise from the start may be conceivable that some of the dust that hit the surface,
hit harder than the other and thus created a water bubble around it that kept the dust relatively dry inside it,
but it was heavy enough to slide below the surface of the liquid, yet so that it hung up in the upper layers.
The amount of dust may not have been so decisive, in relation to the mixture between oxygen in the bubble, the temperature,
light amount, substance blowing composition, and moisture content of the substance.