Archive for June, 2009

095 – Dr Andrew Prentice – The Saturn System

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

Dr Andrew Prentice from Monash University continues his discussion with me about his theories of the formation of the solar system. In this episode, we concentrate on the Saturniun system, satellites such as Titan and some of the observations in comparison to his predictions, and conclude by reflecting back on what was discussed in the […]

094 – Dr Andrew Prentice – Planets and Satellite formation

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

I continue my talk to Dr Andrew Prentice from Monash University, extending on the discussion in part 1 of this interview series on Supersonic Turbulence, to talk about the Modern Laplacian Theory, and how it helps describe planetary and satellite formation, and it’s weaknesses. The discussion on satellites, and especially Titan, is fascinating. This is […]

093 – Dr Andrew Prentice – Supersonic Turbulence

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

I talk to Dr Andrew Prentice on the topic of Supersonic Turbulence, a theory he proposed which helps in understanding his predictions on the objects within the solar system and formation of the solar system. Dr Prentice has also made some astounding predictions as has been documented here This is the first of a 3 […]