James Webb telescope detects ‘fluffy’ alien planet that rains sand


In my book “Extraterrestrial Sands” I propose Earth also experienced numerous periods of “raining sand.” These quartz deposits are visible for all to see in form of earth’s sandy deserts including the vast Sahara and Arabian deserts as well as earth’s immense sedimentary sandstone deposits. ET sand also forms our beaches and is present in most soils around the globe. The difference between the exoplanet WASP-107b and Earth would be that 107b is in a loop i.e. vaporisation, precipitation and so on. Whereas, earth gained its sand from vast clouds of cosmic silica which subsequently precipitated out of the atmosphere as tiny quartz grains – in other words… it rained sand! The source of the silica was Mars as it entered into numerous catastrophic encounters with Earth only a few thousand years ago.

“Clouds of silicate” – Candy floss planet 107b

The above article offers good support for my ET sand theory in that, if tiny quartz sand grains can preciptate out of the atmophere on an exoplanet then, given the right conditions, why not Earth?


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