Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Letter to Professor Tom Marsh of University of Warwick


Professor Tom Marsh,  

Planet formation is stellar evolution. It is explained by the General Theory of Stellar Metamorphosis. Conceptual separation has led to confusion for two thousand years plus (ongoing, as is outlined by issues with defining exoplanet/planet). The Ancient Greeks have done a major disservice by labeling extremely old and dead stars and stellar remains as “wandering stars”, a.k.a. “planets/moons”, but now “exoplanets/exomoons”.


It is a similar issue with geocentrism vs heliocentrism. Only this issue was even older and is still not fully vetted by mainstream academia. I am only ridiculed and told I am a “pseudoscientist” by colleagues of yours.


One should wonder, how is someone a “fake scientist” if they raise a very important and mostly unexplored scientific issue? As well, if I am right, what does that make people who reject what I have discovered?










Jeffrey Wolynski

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