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  1. kabirbsh
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    @Harkirat please help (btw i like the khanda yaar)

  2. Ryaan
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    It would be Hydrosphere

  3. kabirbsh
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    are you sure? @Ryaan

  4. Harkirat
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    Where is your question???

  5. kabirbsh
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    Models of the solar system are used to make theories on space permanent make objects in space non-observable explain difficult concepts about space scale up representations of objects in space

  6. kabirbsh
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    @Harkirat

  7. Harkirat
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    Sorry don't know this....

  8. kabirbsh
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    how about this one Which of these statements is most likely correct about the Nebular theory of formation of solar system? It is based on facts which are non-testable. It is invalid because it is based on non-observable facts. It cannot be replaced by modern theories in the future. It was proposed after several scientific investigations proved it valid. @Harkirat

  9. Harkirat
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    It is based on facts which are non-testable.

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