Thursday, July 30, 2015

Lord Kelvin, Stellar Metamorphosis

Lord Kelvin figured as much. Earth wasn't always liquid/solid material.

It's on the right hand side of the document, about half way down.

Gaseous to liquid state. All right!

H. H. Hess missed the point. I wrote a document overviewing this fact. He assumed Earth had little in the way of an atmosphere when it formed. The contrary is true. Now I have Lord Kelvin backing me up. Damn it feels good.

Not only that, but Lord Kelvin should have stretched it out a tad bit. Not only was the Earth gaseous, but it was fully ionized. We see these objects in the night sky. We call them stars.

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