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                                                                The planet project, Introduction

Far away from our own solar system, far out in the deep reaches of space, a small planet has just been thrown from its parent star by another, larger planet.  Even while the small planet sails away, the larger planet begins to establish it’s self in a stable orbit around the star.   The little planet is not an ordinary though.  On it is very basic microorganisms that developed while in orbit around the star, but with it sailing without purpose through space and without a heat source, that life will freeze before it has a chance to evolve.  The planet moves along at around 2000 kilometers per hour through the infinite black, and after a while, the planet begins to feel the gravity of something tugging on it.  It is another star, and it just so happens the planet came close to it.  Over the course of a few years, the planet begins to get pulled into an orbit around the star, and begins to warm up again, after having been cooling down over the course of it’s flight through space.   The planet has found a orbit.  But it is not alone.   There is another planet in the same orbit as our planet, and it is much larger.   Slowly, gradually, our planet is dragged towards the larger planet by its superior gravity, and on one fateful day, they collide.  The force of the two planets colliding creates so much heat, that the ground is turned to lava.  Cracks race across the larger planet’s surface and our own.  Bits from both planets are torn away, and sent spinning away into space.   The planets continue to grind together for a while longer, until they finally start to cool down, and in the place of the two planets, is only one planet.  Some of the microorganisms survived the ordeal, and over a period of millions of years, hydrogen and oxygen begin to mix together to create water.  Oceans form, and the organisms finally begin to evolve.    We now fast-forward a few million years, and this is where our story begins…
Heres the introduction to the planet project.  Feel free to tell me where I am wrong with the science. I'm curious!  :icondonotuseplz::iconmyartplz: :iconcommentplz:
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SilverMistSE Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes. Yes. Yes. 
This is soo good O-O

Poor whittle planet! D:
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drawerboy99 Dec 28, 2013  Student General Artist
Thanks for the encouragement!  I cant do the next one until I get an illustration done though...:P  But whatever.  Glad you like it! :D
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SilverMistSE Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Once this project develops I'd love to help out or draw stuff from it ^-^
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drawerboy99 Dec 29, 2013  Student General Artist
And I would love your help!  That would actually be pretty amazing :D
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SilverMistSE Dec 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yay! ;D
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Chikara-Redwing Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Seems totally plausible to me.  Poor planet though!  Getting kicked out of its solar system and having to wander around all lonely until it accidently borrows someone else's orbit and gets eaten. :<
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drawerboy99 Dec 28, 2013  Student General Artist
No kidding, although its what happened to earth, if what we know about back then is true...
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