They Grow Quickly
Wondrous Kea first reported this photo of a dust disk surrounding star Beta Pictoris. The picture was made by the European Southern Observatory's Very large Telescope (VLT). The star, barely 12 million years old, is already forming planets. Present science can not explain how planets form so quickly.
This may indicate the hidden influence of a Black Hole. The Big Bang probably created billions of tiny holes. If some of them were caught in a protoplanetary disk, their influence would cause planets to form quickly from dust as observed. Black Holes have the ability to seed formation of stars, gas giants, and even smaller objects.
From Space.com: A new study using data from both telescopes at our Keck Observatory looked at 15 young stars and their protoplanetary disks. The planets of these baby solar systems also appear to form very quickly. Someday Black Holes could be seen as ubiquitous. The planets and solar systems that support life may not have formed without their influence. Without Black Holes, dust could not accumulate into planets or stars.
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