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Compare Sitchin's explanation of the formation of the solar system to the accepted scientific explanation.

How would life be affected by a planetary orbit that received light and heat from the sun during part of its orbit and existed in the darkness of space during most of its orbit?

How would the elliptical orbit Sitchin describes for the Nefilim planet affect the orbits of other planets in the solar system?

How would new discoveries about the outer reaches of the solar system and the reclassification of Pluto as one of many "dwarf planets" affect Sitchin's explanation of the solar system's origins?

Is it possible for the gravitational pull of a nearby planet to "pull off" sections of a planet to make moons, or satellites?

Considering the number of moons orbiting other planets in Earth's solar system, is Sitchin's explanation for including Earth's moon among the system's planets...

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