Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Stellar Metamorphosis: Where are the Stars Earth Orbited in the Past?

New paper.

In short, the stars Earth used to orbit have evolved greatly themselves and resemble "planets". This is mainly due to young stars losing their mass much faster than older ones. As a rule of thumb the older the star gets, the slower its mass loss occurs.

This is far beyond where the dogma is. They can't even figure out where brown dwarfs fit yet.

They are intermediate aged stars that straddle the zone between massive youngins, and old fart stars. They are stellar teenagers.

Friday, April 5, 2019

Updated Wolynski-Taylor Diagram for Stellar Metamorphosis

Just click to make it bigger. This is what I will be using to determine how evolved stars are. It is a rough estimate and will be adjusted as time goes on, it mostly serves as a perceptual tool. Baz did a great job designing it! We have been going back and forth for a few days now, but this is the first time the Krypton Hypothesis (smashed up stars) are included in depth.