Thursday, May 19, 2016

Transforms Star to Brown Dwarf, Stellar Metamorphosis, Old stars do not shine

Will they finally let go of the outdated fusion model? Who knows. This is the first time I've seen them consider that brown dwarfs are just stars that have had their atmosphere dissipate.

As my readers know, establishment is clueless only because they forgot half of their Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. The oldest stars do not shine. They are called "exoplanets/planets".

It will probably take a few more dozen years before they finally admit they are standing on an ancient star older than the Sun, the solidifying remains of a many billion year old object which has life on its surface in its vast complexity.

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