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egest

[ē′jest]
(physiology)
To discharge indigestible matter from the digestive tract.
To rid the body of waste.
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The impossibility of such a creation sequence was argued in my book on the premise that "planets can only come into existence given the presence of a Sun" and from that, it could be egested into space and not vice-versa.
As articulated in my book, planetary materials were egested (not ejected) from a star in sequential epochs.
As the empty inner core fills with accumulating dense matter, there will be feedback that communicates the time to egest the wastes from the interior of the Sun.