Why and how does a Star form planets around itself? Why do we have our Earth? In fact, by knowing the answer to these questions, you can unravel a mystery of the birth of living and non-living matter, in principle.
As I wrote earlier (here), at a particular stage of evolution of a Star, due to a large flow of the Primary Matters, a Star is not able to pass them all on time through a channel that was formed between two Universes. Because of this, these Matters begin to accumulate inside a Star. After some time, instability comes and later, an explosion occurs, by which a part of the Matter of a Star (the Stellar Matter) is ejected into space. What part? The highest percentage of this part is the upper, the lightest layer of a Star, consisting of light atoms (hydrogen, helium, etc), which create heavier atoms during their synthesis. The lowest percentage of this part is the inner layer of a Star, consisting of heavy atoms.
Also, the space around a Star is deformed because of the explosion. In the same way, if we throw a stone into the water, we will see the circular waves (ripples), with the only difference: around a Star, they remain constant. These ripples are a sort of emptiness (voids) in the space. As we know, the basic law of nature: everything in nature strives for balance. Therefore, once there are some new voids, the Primary Matters try to fill them to align a space to an initial equilibrium state. So, after the explosion the Primary Matters begin to flow into resulting voids. What happens to them next? As we know, under normal circumstances, these Primary Matters do not mix and interact with each other, because each of them has its quality and structure. But after the explosion, these Matters, flowing into the voids, fall into new external conditions. As a result, they begin to mix with each other, forming new hybrid Matters.
Let us recall the ripples from a thrown stone: they expand out in a circular motion, forming from small to large deformations on the surface of the water. A similar effect happens around a Star – the farther from it, the larger a deformation itself (ripple). At the same time, the ejected Stellar Matter is more concentrated closer to a Star. It means that there are more atoms (incl. heavy ones) in the central part of a Solar System than at its edge.
Due to the different size of deformations made by ripples, the Primary Matters mix differently in each of these voids. As a result of the mixing of these Matters, a synthesis of various atoms (from light to heavy and superheavy) occurs. Little by little, the substance in these areas densifies and forms planets. Moreover, planets differ in size and composition. If a planet forms closer to a Star, its density is greater and the percentage of heavy atoms in its structure is higher. Conversely, if a planet forms farther away from a Star, its density is lower and the percentage of light atoms in its composition is greater (hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, water, etc). That is why there are more gold and platinum on Mercury and Venus in our Solar System (the closest planets to the Sun).
So, a physical matter is the result of merging of the Primary Matters, accumulation of their hybrid forms in the areas of non-uniformity (heterogeneity) of a Universe. But until what point the Primary Matters will mix and blend in the deformations formed after the explosion? Until the space around a Star will be aligned to its initial state (before the explosion). After alignment, the Primary Matters flow further without mixing with each other. Of course, irregularities do not disappear. Hybrid Matters only fill them in order to bring the space into equilibrium. Just like ground fills gradually a road pothole.
It is also important to take into account that hybrid Matters are qualitatively different from the Primary Matters, from which they were created. These Primary Matters continue to flow in and out of the deformation area – heterogeneity, but hybrid Matters are no longer produced after getting the balance. Synthesis occurs only when, for one reason or another, amount of hybrid Matters decreases, which means balance is lost again. After reaching it, synthesis stops producing. Due to the fact that a planet loses constantly its substance as a result of nuclear processes (decay processes of atoms, molecules) and because of partial loss of its atmosphere, the balancing process happens almost all the time. Not only comets, but also planets have a gas plume, caused by atmospheric losses.
Thus, we can talk about the constant flow of the Matters in the area of heterogeneity. Periodically, there arises turbulence (swirls) because of the flow of the Matters. In the same way, if we fill a cup with water from a tap, after some time, water will flow further pouring over edge, and vortices will be formed inside the cap because of the incoming flow of water. That is exactly what is causing crustal movements and volcanic eruptions. And that is why there is a connection between solar activity (flow of the Primary Matters) and tectonic activity.