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Talk:Titius-Bode Law

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It is simply amazing to those of us who began our intellectual lives as empiricists to discover that so many of the planets are arranged precisely, as if placed by a divine hand. It makes me think of Romans 1:20. --Ed Poor 13:19, 18 November 2008 (UTC)


--FinalNotice 03:49, 30 December 2008 (UTC) The Pluto/Neptune anomaly of the Titius-Bode progression is predicted in the Initial Mass Displacements. [[1]] Although the total Ceres mass includes an asteroid belt (2.8 AU), the total Pluto mass is unique. Excluding Neptune, a variety of objects between 48.8 AU and 28.8 AU had a total mass of 10 Earth Masses (i.e., PLUTO INITIAL MASS). [2]--FinalNotice 03:14, 17 May 2009 (UTC)

Kuiper Belt and Titius-Bode

The Kuiper Belt is the location of "a variety of objects between 48.8 AU and 28.8 AU." [3]--FinalNotice 04:45, 15 September 2009 (UTC)

I must apologize for not noticing this much earlier, FinalNotice. Are you trying to tell us that the Titius-Bode Law might actually have a theoretical basis, and thus be more than an observed curiosity of our solar system?--TemlakosTalk 11:48, 15 September 2009 (UTC)

77.2 AU, Eris and Titius-Bode

Eris is from the initial displacement of Bmass (i.e., 77.2 AU, Titius-Bode).[4]--FinalNotice 16:31, 15 September 2009 (UTC)