Sunday, September 21, 2014

Stellar Classification

All my readers are aware of the greatest mistake, shall I say Charlie Foxtrot, of all of astrophysics/astronomy and geology.

It was in how a human being views a "star". This mistake is all over the internet, all over wikipedia pages, all over journal articles, taught in every university and school system on the Earth, and is essentially "common knowledge" among all educated/un-educated folk.

Stars are not planets.

This is definitely 100% wrong.

I just thought I would point out another way in which this assumption could have been corrected, if someone just had enough tenacity or insight to do so. There are a few people now who realize what I do, that a "star" is a new planet and a "planet" is an ancient star...

Wikipedia on stellar classification:

In astronomy, stellar classification is the classification of stars based on their spectral characteristics.

Do you see where they made the mistake reader? What happens when a star cools to the point of not having a spectrum? Ahhh! Its obvious you may say! The "star" cools and becomes the "planet", because we all know a "planet" doesn't have a spectrum! Yet, they are the only objects besides stars that are incredibly massive! That is unless astronomers have found a star which does not emit a spectrum!

This is the point reader! If an astronomer can find a star which does not have a spectrum this all this work I've been doing over 3 years is for naught. Chances are they have a star that does not have a spectrum right below their feet, it is our job to let them know. The stars that don't have spectrums anymore are "planets".

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