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I can at present think of no definition that would fulfill everyone’s desire to differentiate planets by size. You have Gas Planets, verses Stoney Planets but that is just a condition of atmospheric density which could include Venus as a gas planet, Earth as a Stoney. Luna is at least a planetiod. If I were to devise divide of planets from planetiods I would use the ability to retain an Atmosphere with a tropohause is required for a planet which would make Mars, Mercury and Pluto planetoids, Luna, Titan, etc. are plantoids as well as being satellite…pg

May 8, 2018 at 9:07 am

Plutinos sharing the same or similar semi major axis as Pluto (39.3 AU):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plutino#Brightest_objects These are just the brightest ones.

No such list can be drawn up for Earth. – – – By extrapolating from the limited area of the sky so far examined, we have estimated that the number of Plutinos larger than 100 km diameter is 1400, to within a factor of a few, corresponding to a few % of the total.


Here, Pluto is in the blue (resonant) group just inside the 40 AU line. http://www2.ess.ucla.edu/~jewitt/images/ae_jewitt.pdf [one page pdf]

There are at least 70,000 “trans-Neptunians” with diameters larger than 100 km in the radial zone extending outwards from the orbit of Neptune (at 30 AU) to 50 AU. [Pluto is in the middle of that zone] http://www2.ess.ucla.edu/~jewitt/kb.html

May 8, 2018 at 9:23 am

Dave Jewitt (see above) also notes: Some non-resonant KBOs have inclinations much higher than the Plutinos and this is a dynamical surprise, for which no single, clear explanation currently exists.

That probably brings us back to Planet 9 theories. – – – For perspective…

May 9, 2018 at 2:54 pm

Support here for EM Smith’s view:

Researchers Explain Why Pluto Is a Planet Scientists criticized the choice adopted by the convention of the International astronomical Union in 2006.

http://whatsnew2day.com/researchers-explain-why-pluto-is-a-planet/ – – – Again, the problem is: if a different definition were to be adopted, which of the current ‘dwarf planets’ should be promoted to planet, which not, and why (were those criteria used)?

May 10, 2018 at 7:36 am

I’ve already shown how the use of diameter lets you have the same outcome as now, but with a clean definition. Not one where “little junk” determines what is a planet.

Over 4000 km = planet; then Pluto, Eris, Ceres etc. ALL stay dwarf planets. So 8 planets.

Wir versprechen, falls wir selbst Arbeit bekommen soll t en, Ihnen (dir) eine Lehrlingsstelle zu verschaffen.

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Ich rufe an, sollte ich Hilfe brauchen.

Ich rufe an, falls ich Hilfe brauchen soll.

Wir versprechen, sollten wir selbst Arbeit bekommen, Ihnen (dir) eine Lehrlingsstelle zu verschaffen.

Wir versprechen, bekämen wir selbst Arbeit, Ihnen (dir) eine Lehrlingsstelle zu verschaffen.

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Thank you. A question on the last bit. It seems is a "helper" for KII in the sense that can do the job of (replace) . But in the same sense wouldn't we want to say that helps KII (not KI)? For example: (This example, from the Dartmouth page I linked in the main post.) Catomic Apr 25 at 1:50
is mainly the helper for indirect speech, because many forms are indistinguishable from the forms. It's also used for , along with more helpers. In the above sentence, that helper is , which turns into an irrealis helper. If you left it out, the clause could be understood as indirect speech. There are German dialects which prefer instead of . (Other words instead of : , etc.) Clearance Pay With Visa New Styles Churchs Oreham loafers Black Low Cost DnMtMpU
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Question 3 and 4: The word can be used in a conditional sentence to the condition (see ), in the sense that in

it is more likely that they find a job than in


is more likely than

while they are both less likely than the first two examples.

When used in this sense, is always written in .

Question 2 and 5: In direct speech the sentence would be

Question 1:

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Wenn sie Arbeit bekommen, verschaffen sie ihm eine Lehrstelle.

Wenn sie Arbeit bekommen sollten, verschaffen sie ihm eine Lehrstelle.

Falls sie Arbeit bekommen, verschaffen sie ihm eine Lehrstelle.

Falls sie Arbeit bekommen sollten, verschaffen sie ihm eine Lehrstelle.

Wir versprechen, falls wir selbst Arbeit bekommen sollten, dir eine Lehrstelle zu verschaffen.

Sie versprechen, falls sie selbst Arbeit bekommen sollten , ihm eine Lehrlingsstelle zu verschaffen.

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