Tuesday, March 31, 2015

How Common Are Evolved Stars, Stellar Metamorphosis

As my readers know, establishment calls evolving/evolved stars "exoplanets/planets". Their simple failure to communicate is still causing massive confusion.

This is a graph of lots of evolved stars close to their host. The R is a Sun radius. So the yellow line is 10 Sun radii. Look how close they are. Incredible. Did the protoplanetary disk model predict this? Nope. Stellar Metamorphosis did. The orbits of evolving stars are random. We live in a chaotic physical galaxy, not a mathematical one.

Every single object you see is an evolving star. There are thousands of them in this picture. They are called "exoplanets/planets" by establishment.

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