Are solar system objects originals?


Planets A

It is easy to see that the planets larger than Earth are originals.
It is not so easy to see, but Earth and the other objects in the solar system smaller than Earth also are originalsPlanets B
There are hundreds of other objects in the solar system and it would be instructive to know whether they too are originals.

There are 619 objects in our solar system counting the sun
and the planet, Earth. Besides the sun, the planets, dwarf
planets, and their moons, these objects include comets,
dormant comets, Kuiper belt objects, mainbelt asteroids,
centaur asteroids, trojan asteroids, scattered disc objects
(SDO) or scattered Kuiper belt objects (SKBO), detached
objects, damocloids, monolithic fast rotator asteroids,
trans-Neptunian objects (TNO), Mercury-crosser and
Venus-crosser and Mars-crosser asteroids, asteroid moons,
and Apollo asteroids. They were examined and evidently
they are all originals.

Again that disagrees with the instruction in the
schools and the media which without actual evidence would
have us believe in a primeval “big bang.” If there was a
“big bang,” then anyone should be able to observe the fragments
we do not observe, not the originals we do observe. Originals
require memory not to repeat a pattern and creativity to
provide always new morphologies without repetition. So if
one is inclined to believe one’s senses rather than superstitious
speculations, then the evidence is on the side of science as
admonished by Francesco Redi, “Belief would be vain without
the confirmation of experiment . . .” The “big bang” is a
speculation unsupported by experimental evidence whereas a
universe of original objects is confirmed unanimously
by 35,000 experiments.

Who would create a universe of 35,000 unanimously original
objects? Without a single duplicate? Who?

See the book.