Saturday, September 8, 2018

Saturn on the Wolynski-Taylor Diagram in Stellar Metamorphosis

Just give it a click. You'll see that Saturn is right there in between Jupiters and Grey Dwarfs.
Here is the paper: Saturn Paper 

It is older than Jupiter and younger than Neptune. Of course though, establishment says they are all the same ages, ~4.57 billion years old, which is clearly false if you use this diagram. They have no evidence that Saturn is the same age as Jupiter and Neptune. It is an independent star, not related to any of the other stars in the polymorphic system 

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