Thursday, August 30, 2018

Star Count Biases Expanded with Stellar Metamorphosis

It is observed that stars evolve into what are called “planets/exoplanets”, this meaning planets/exoplanets are simply evolved/evolving stars. Therefore the biases in counting stars need to be expanded considerably to account for transits and outdated classifications.

I wrote this last 2 nights ago so that people could see that astronomers are extremely biased. Remember, when Annie Jump Cannon and Edward C. Pickering began their classification scheme of the stars, they never included the ones that cooled beyond having visible spectrums, because there was nothing to see yet! How could they classify what was not observed?

This means that all stars below ~2,400 degrees Kelvin were never included in the original Harvard Classification scheme. This is a huge, huge deal, as it solidified the group think currently spread among academics that stars and planets are mutually exclusive. A deformation professionnelle continues to occur to this day. It is clear. Astronomers are specialists that claim to understand all of the stars, yet only really grasp a tiny fraction of them. They only are counting the stars that shine, which are all very young. The older and middle aged stars were completely ignored in their classification schemes. What's worse, is that they still classify the oldest stars as planets, which forces them to accept a mystery which wasn't ever a mystery to begin with.

How do planets form? Well, they are stars that cool, lose mass, shrink and differentiate themselves. So what happened is that the mystery came about from acceptance of the false idea that there are two mutually exclusive objects, stars and planets. Let this be a lesson to other "mysteries" scientists have. It is quite evident that there are no mysteries, the truth is that we probably accept ideas as true, which are actually false, and those block our understanding of nature. Think about that next time you see scientific mysteries.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

The Elysium Transition in Stellar Metamorphosis

Basically when a star is in ocean world stages of its evolution, there will be a time when enough water will evaporate back into interstellar space, and land will begin showing. This is the transition from a world completely covered in water, to one that begins showing land.

This will eventually lead to the formation of land soil, giving rise to the first above water plants and creatures that no longer call the watery depths/shallows their home.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Phase Curves in Stellar Metamorphosis (new paper)

Phase curves are presented to make more sense of the Wolynski-Taylor Diagram. They are curves on the graph which show the stage of evolution an object is in, as compared to a younger/older star. Explanation and clarification is presented so that stellar evolution (planet formation) is more easily understood. This graph is also subject to change as more data comes in, regardless this sets the precedent for thinking about astronomical matters in the 21st century.

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

The WASP-12 Polymorphic System, Stellar Metamorphosis

Again, we live in a galaxy that has trillions of polymorphic systems, meaning systems that contain stars in various stages to their evolution. In the WASP 12 system, there is one really young star, 2 red dwarfs, and a post brown dwarf.

They are all different ages and stages to their own evolution, and WASP 12b is being ripped apart quite quickly, which is outlined in the paper, and given an AO path, which is the purple hockey stick shaped path on the graph.

Sunday, August 5, 2018

The Polymorphic System HD 10180, Stellar Metamorphosis New Paper

In this paper I explain that the ages of the objects in the system HD 10180 are all different. This is because it is polymorphic, they are all stars in different stages to their evolution. This fact is undeniable and still ignored by the dogma, which is unfortunate. Either they can accept reality, or continue believing in fiction/fantasies invented well before the data was made available.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

New Paper, Stages of Iron Absorption and Deposition in a Star, Stellar Metamorphosis

Basically we have a reason why the iron is separated into the core, iron ore and meteorites. It has to do with the stages of evolution the star is in, and how well it can purify the material and/or chemically combine it all in the interior, or not.