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PostSubject: History of Algol, Novusvita and life.   Tue Jun 21, 2011 5:06 pm

Compiling what we know. If you think anything should be changed than please say it. Or if you wish to add anything.
History of Algol & Novusvita

  • The Formation of Algol
Cloud of molecules collapses under gravity. Most of the mass gathers in center, forming suns. Remaining part flattens, makes protoplanetary disk.

The two larger stars, Algol A and B, formed together. Algol B became a subgiant star eventually, and later transferred most of its mass to Algol A, causing it to become the smaller of the two.

I'm unsure of Algol C's formation.

  • The Birth of Novusvita
Accretion occurs; grains of stuff clump together and eventually become big clumps, which smash together making bigger clumps. Repeats itself until planetesimals form, which slowly but surely increase in size via more collisions until they make the four planets; Ustulo, Novusvita, Magnus and Pluresluna; and the three dwarf planets; Sepose, Exile and Tartarus.

Terrestrial planets, Ustulo and Novusvita, form closest to the systems barycenter, within the inner solar system. Jovian planets cannot exist this far in because it is too hot for the substances they are made of (ex; water and methane) to remain condensed. As such, these planets form of metals and rocky materials with higher melting points.

Jovian planets, Magnus and Pluresluna form in the outer solar system. The icy materials that make up these planets were more common than those that formed the terrestrial planets, allowing them to become very large in size and eventually capture the lightest and most abundant elements: hydrogen and helium.

I do not know about the dwarf planets. Tartarus formed near Algol C, which would explain why it closely orbits around it. The two other dwarf planets are on the outer reaches of the system, past the other planets with Sepose being 3.5AU from the barycentre and Exile being 4AU away.

Early in its history, a large collision occurred between Novusvita and another, Mercury-sized body. This eventually led to the formation of Novusvita's largest moon. The other is thought to have been a dwarf planet caught by Novusvita's gravity a few million years later.


History of Novusvitan Life

  • Emergeance of Novusvitan Life
Life originally developes as simple organelles living in non-organic fluid. They are the first Solvoa.

Diagram illustrating evolution of the three domains:



A1 - Eukaryotic Solvoa, with organelles and nuclei floating in the non-living organic fluid that characterizes the domain.

A2
- Procarceran Eukaryotic Solvoa, with organelles arranged around nuclei
as proto-cells. A gell-like substance derived from the Solvoa surrounds
the nuclei, in which the other organellels are suspended.

A3 - Darusliquidus Solvoa, with proto-cell clusters, resulting in clumps of "gell".

A4
- Textushumor Solvoa, with strings and other structures of the
proto-cells and their gell, allowing for more intricate shapes for the
Solvoa.


B1 - Unomembrana, the first Carcera. These structures
have developed membranes to keep the proto-cellular gell and organelles
together. They are no longer just organelles of the Solvoa, but
organisms on their own, able to survive independant of the Solvoa and
its fluid. Most modern species exist outside of Solvoa - they have not
become multicellular.

B2 - Duomembrana, different from
Unomembrana because if has a second membrane between the nucleus and the
primary membrane. I've already explained much of this in a different
topic in this section.

B3 - All multicellular organisms on Novusvita are Duomembrana Carcera, but not all Duomembrana are multicellular.


C1
- In some cases, proto-cells were able to latch onto solid surfaces on
which the Solvao lay, and was able to use the minerals and such in the
rock or whatever that it latched onto to construct the solid parts of
its structure. And so the evolution of the Recolliga began.

C2 - Proto-cell clusters eventually began doing the above, eventually loosing dependance on the Solvoa.

C3
- Like Carcera, the first Recolliga evolved "inside" Solvoa. When
certain Solvoa would die or flow away, they would leave the precurser
Recolliga behind on the surface they were on.

Diagram illustrating evolution of life.



Roman numerals show the rank of the taxa.
I = Domain, II = Superkingdom, III = Kingdom, IV = Superphylum, V = Phylum, VI and more = Any rank below phylum.
[_____] Has yet to be named. It is the lineage that led to Di- and Trisymmetra.

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PostSubject: Re: History of Algol, Novusvita and life.   Mon Jul 04, 2011 10:24 am

You've done your research. Smile


I'll pay a bit more attention to this tomorrow, I hope.
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PostSubject: Re: History of Algol, Novusvita and life.   Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:09 am

I have indeed done my research.
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PostSubject: Re: History of Algol, Novusvita and life.   Tue Jul 05, 2011 6:28 am

Okay, so I assume you're using the index-type-thing-I-posted-somewhere, right?



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PostSubject: Re: History of Algol, Novusvita and life.   Tue Jul 05, 2011 6:33 am

Yup.
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PostSubject: Re: History of Algol, Novusvita and life.   Tue Jul 05, 2011 6:49 am

Okay. Just to be clear, that diagram you posted under The Emergeance of Novusvitan Life only covers the developement of the Verusforma (Recolliga and Carcera). The evolution of the Solvoa can be covered in an opening piece to that chapter that will explain the genesis of Novusvitan life itself (as in how life started on Novusvita, as Solvoa was the first Novusvitan life).




(Also, the blue text in my previous post is a link that must be followed.)
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