Talk:Jupiter

From New World Encyclopedia
Unification Aspects: Planet Jupiter is the largest planet discovered in the Solar System. Due to its large mass and the resulting gravitational force, formation and orbital evolution of Jupiter significantly affected the fate of other bodies in the Solar System. Jupiter prevented the formation of a single massive planet in the region of the main asteroid belt by disturbing the asteroidal orbital motions. As the result, asteroids remained the records of the ancient Solar System in their primitive materials which are delivered to the Earth as meteorites for scientists to study. Jupiter is also believed to preserve some of the gas in the Solar Nebula for us to study. Many early astronomers and philosophers were inspired with Jupiter and its moons to reach an idea on how the Solar System may look from outside. In the Unification Thought, everything is created to serve the whole and each other. Thus, Jupiter must have been created with a careful design so that its formation and evolution would help forming the Solar System environment fit for hosting human beings on the Earth, and that humankind can be provided with enough information and materials to study such formation processes later. Give and take of love and beauty can only exist when the observer (humans) can appreciate nature in the Solar System with full knowledge discovered through such information, materials, and their own efforts in analyzing them.
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