Sunday, June 4, 2017

Neptune is a Star, Neptunes are not Rare, Stellar Metamorphosis

As the reader can see, Neptune sized objects are going to be very common, as opposed to establishment dogma which predicted that they are rare. They are not rare, they are common in stellar metamorphosis theory because they are intermediate aged stars.

Here is the paper.

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