Monday, September 15, 2014

Cornell is Slacking

Come on Cornell! This is the best you can offer? Stars wobble? Of course they wobble this is how we find the evolved stars (exoplanets) which orbit others in many cases.

I guess yall have thrown in the towel when it comes to solving universal mysteries... keeping stars mutually exclusive of evolved stars (exoplanets/gas giants). They question what happens to gas giants as they evolve, well, they deposit their material in their cores and then have their outer atmospheres ripped away... revealing the new Earth inside of them...

Funny how they decided to write about wobbling, when their "models" should have attacked the rate of mass loss of a gas giant (evolved star) as it orbits a newer hotter star which is stripping it of its protective layers.

Of course to them, a gas giant could never be a small rocky world... little do they know the "gas giant" is an intermediately aged star. It seems they have been over educated. Its either that or their bosses would be upset so they decided to not step on any toes by writing a safe, utterly boring paper. *yawn*

Keep stifling innovation and creativity and keep your students safe Cornell, we all know its the buddy buddy system there and guess what? It doesn't matter. I will continue to make discoveries and share them for free, absent bureaucracy. So its either help your students step up their game and allow for unsafe papers, or have your ass handed to you on a silver platter by a nobody.

This is why I'm picking on Cornell, it is essentially the same reason why was established.

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