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It is impossible to briefly run through all the problems of a hypothesis advanced, so only its main assumptions almost unsupportable by factual evidence are given in the present paper. In my opinion, the hypothesis as a whole is provable. It can partly be proved by knowledge of today and expected in the future.

1. The Origin and the Structure of our Universe

I suppose that the Universe we can observe and cognize consists of self-developing hierarchically co-subordinate and genetically relative systems of cosmic bodies. Each of the systems is distinguished by the qualitative state of substance composing its bodies but main evolution mechanisms are common to all the systems.

What is common to all the systems? The central most massive body of every system is a parental body for its younger members. The central massive body of every system at intervals conceives in its interiors new cosmic bodies to put them into initial (circum-parental) orbits. In other words, the central body of every system stimulates newborn bodies to move under their own momentum (along a straight line) and to rotate about its axis due to its own gravitational attraction force. But the central gravitating body constantly and intensely loses its mass (photon and corpuscular). So, the orbits of newborn bodies are (must be) spiral-like rather than closed due to the law of universal gravitation. It means that newborn bodies move away from their parental body that is every system expands.

It should be noted that every cosmic body is imponderable, i.e. it undergoes gravitational interaction with other bodies.

What is the cause? The cause is that imponderability is provided by a certain orbital rate of the body controlled by the law of universal gravitation. The rate depends on radius of the body orbit relative to the system's central body: the more is the orbit radius, the less orbital rate the body needs to be imponderable. It can be seen from the motion of the Solar System's planets, satellites of giant planets and from the Earth's artificial satellites launched by man. The motion of both artificial satellites and cosmic bodies is governed by the same laws.

I suppose that our Universe consists of hierarchically relative systems as follows:

The first system: the Origin - the central gravitating body of our Universe, and its born nuclei of super-galaxies (the Origin is not considered in the present work).

The second system: nuclei of super-galaxies and their born nuclei of galaxies.

The third system: nuclei of galaxies and their born stars.

The fourth system: stars and their born planets including giant planets, comets, meteorites.

The fifth system: giant planets and their born satellites, comets, meteorites.

One specific feature of the system hierarchy should be noted. The central parental body of every system mentioned has its own sphere of gravity response predetermined by its mass. Radius of the Earth's gravity response sphere is known to be 930 thous km. The Sun and the Earth show nearly equal gravity response to interplanetary stations at the boundary of this sphere. If a station comes out of the sphere of the radius mentioned, it is already subject to gravity response of the Sun. The Sun, with its own sphere of gravity response to planets is, in its turn, involved into the sphere of gravity response of the Milky Way Galaxy's nucleus, etc.

It should be noted that systemic structure of the Universe (not the origin of systems) was suggested as early as the mid-18th century by Immanuel Kant and Johan Lambert independently of each other. So I as if turn back to the past but do not consider this a regress. Why? Because this idea of our Universe provides explanation for many problems which could not be explained by a non-systemic relativistic model of the expanding Universe best known as Big-Bang Model.

2. Formation Mechanism of Cosmic Bodies

Gravitational forces are commonly used by theorists to construct condensation or accretion models of the formation of cosmic bodies (galaxies, stars, planets). It should be admitted, that gravitation is incapable of producing cosmic bodies if the law of universal gravitation holds. An idea that gravitation can produce the Earth's sphere was called into question as long ago as by Newton. He proved that gravitational forces are zero in the center of any homogeneous sphere and so he found no reasons for the planet sphere embryo to be formed.

Moreover, Newton stated that pressure was also zero in the center of any homogeneous sphere. From this follows that the temperature cannot be high in the sphere center since precisely gravitation and pressure are responsible for the substance to be heated in nuclei of any cosmic body, that is inferred from theoretic models presently available.

So, I suppose that nearly all (exceptions exist) cosmic bodies (giant planets satellites, planets, stars, etc.) were conceived and formed in plasma of their parents by electromagnetic forces, and mechanism of their origin was controlled by such features of plasma as the state ofsubstance.

Plasma is known to be ionized gas containing nearly equal amounts of positively and negatively charged particles. Apart from the charge, free and randomly moving in plasma particles have intrinsic magnetic moment and turning moment (spin). Plasma is characterized by high electric conductivity, intense interaction with the external magnetic field and can be controlled by the latter with ease.

It should be noted that charged particles building up plasma of stars, nuclei of galaxies, super-galaxies and of the Origin must differ qualitatively. In general case their energies must increase (approx. 1000 times) in each hierarchically elder sphere.

In this connection I suppose that in some volume of plasma of the parental body, under the action of its powerful, probably focused magnetic field, spins of all charged particles as magnetic arrows begin showing common direction reversed to the external magnetic field. As a result, the random thermal motion of particles stops (temperature of plasma decreases) and differently charged particles under the Coulomb's forces are combined to produce dipole pairs which then are united into a sphere by rapid chain reaction.

Why into a sphere? Because the interaction force of two dipole systems (dipole pairs) is in direct proportion to the product of dipole moments and in inverse proportion to the cube of their interspaces.



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