Saturday, June 14, 2014

Kepler 138 c and other thoughts

Kepler 138 c, according to the exoplanet catalogue is 1.01 times the mass and 1.61 times the radius of the Earth.

http://exoplanet.eu/catalog/kepler-138_c/

But according to the scientists it is a "mini gas giant".

 Kipping, David; Nesvorn√Ĺ, D. et al. (1 March 2014). "The Hunt for Exomoons with Kepler (HEK): IV. A Search for Moons around Eight M-Dwarfs". The Astrophysical Journal 784: 28. arXiv:1401.1210. Bibcode:2014ApJ...784..28K. doi:10.1088/0004-637X/784/1/28

With a density too low to be rocky.


This is absolute horseshit. It is a rocky world with a thick atmosphere and water oceans. It is what all black dwarfs looked like earlier in their evolution. This is the kind of atmosphere the dinosaurs and giant bugs lived in. Unfortunately this kind of world is probably another impossible one according to scientists. To natural philosophers like myself, there is probably life on Kepler 138 c. To mainstream scientists its an inert gas ball with nothing to see... Its not a mini-gas giant, it is a rocky world with a thick atmosphere. Why would something like this not be considered? I'll tell ya. Mainstream scientists are incredibly myopic. They would not know a star even if they were standing on one.

Scientists I've been learning are exercising their vanity, not their brains. Unfortunately we now have to consider the idea that most of their theories have been complete nonsense. So, it is now a challenge for you reader, what theories actually make sense? Which ones sound incredibly stupid? It is up to us now, the past generations of people have handed us a royal mess, and now we have to prune the garden. We have to remove the thorny branches full of Big Bang Creationists and dogma riddled ideas on how "matter" works. I've been attacking the false understanding of the stars, who has matter functionality down? I refuse to believe the world is made up of microscopic billiard balls. 



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