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We inhabit a system with significant angular momentum:
If our solar system formed by gravity gathering its material together to form the sun, proto-planetary disc, and eventually the planets, which all orbit in the same direction...
Where did this angular momentum come from in the first place, since angular momentum is conserved?
It does not seem possible to me that the formation of the solar system under gravity could impart this angular momentum on it, if it is a closed system. If it formed from a 'cloud of space dust', then it must have been present in that dust cloud, but where did the dust cloud get it from?