Of course when titles are made, if they end with a question mark the answer is usually "no".
All you have to do is redefine them in terms which are not pseudoscientific. I give an understandable definition here:
Black dwarf stars are grossly misinterpreted by establishment astrophysics. Their
hypothetical, unseen, unverified theoretical black dwarf is pitted against real black dwarfs as
presented inside of the General Theory of Stellar Metamorphosis.
Per Wikipedia on “black dwarf”:
“A black dwarf would have a mainly smooth surface due to the black dwarf's
high gravity with very few irregularities (such as mountains). The surface
would also be dry with no surface volatiles such as water. The atmosphere of
the black dwarf would consist mainly of carbon, and would contain no clouds or
weather system due to thinness of the atmosphere.”
In stellar metamorphosis theory Earth is well on its way to becoming a black dwarf.
Venus and Mercury are black dwarfs. Their surface structure and volatiles are pristine examples
of black dwarfs’ actual physical structure and composition, as opposed to the theoretical,
unverified, unobserved black dwarfs of establishment. This means that real black dwarfs are not
in any way connected to the pseudoscientific theories accepted in astronomy today, but are real
objects that can be experimented on and have firm foundations in observation for hundreds of
thousands of years, before humans were even human. Either we can accept the nonsense of
establishment, or we can consider a real physical awareness of stars at the very end of their
evolution, which currently orbit the Sun.
Therefore a correct description of black dwarf follows below:
“It has both rough and smooth surfaces due to the black dwarf's weak gravity,
which are called mountains, valleys and plateaus. The surface is also wet or dry
depending on its orbit with a host star and the conditions of the environment
(deserts/swamps), some with lots of surface volatiles such as water. The
atmosphere of the black dwarf consists mainly of oxygen, carbon dioxide, argon
and nitrogen, and contain clouds as well as a weather system depending on the
black dwarf’s location to its host star (if one should be in the vicinity).”
Easy as cake. Will establishment correct themselves? Probably not.