This is the very root of stellar metamorphosis and you are denying it. This is the very reason why I absolutely must develop this understanding. EVERYBODY BELIEVES THEY ARE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE EXCEPT FOR MAYBE A HANDFUL OF PEOPLE ON THE EARTH. The theory I am developing states that they are ARE the same objects only in different stages to their metamorphosis. I state quite clearly that stars and planets are not mutually exclusive. I state quite clearly that they ARE the same objects.viscount aero wrote:
So are all celestial objects just iterations of the same species? I tend to think not.
I picked the word metamorphosis because butterflies, catapillars and pupa are not the same things clearly. They undergo metamorphosis and become the other over long periods of time, and they all look very, very different at first glace, until someone with insight pointed it out. A pupa is NOT a caterpillar but it was. A caterpillar is not a butterfly, but it will be. They are NOT the same thing of course, they undergo metamorphosis to become the other. Here I can state this so ambiguity is impossible:
1. A star is born from Bennett pinch. (butterfly lays eggs)
2. It remains hot as a plasma. (eggs hatch into baby caterpillars)
3. The plasma cools and becomes gas. (caterpillars grow up and eventually form a cocoon)
4. The gas deposits as solid liquid structure in the center of the star and forms a core. (The caterpillar grows and changes INSIDE of the cocoon)
5. The outer layers eventually get ripped away showing a solid surface that is hospitable to life. (The butterfly emerges)
There. Real world analogy. Of course caterpillars can't fly! Of course stars can't host life! They will though. I guarantee it. All of them will. It's a natural process of stellar metamorphosis. We can see stages to this process in the thousands of different sized "stars/exo-planets", AND even in our own solar system. Uranus is a new Earth, scoot that baby a little closer to the Sun and it will shed its outer layers, and be life ready.
Mind you this goes against what we learn even at kindergarten level, so it is expected to have people completely disregard this and call me names and say its impossible. Its only natural to get offended by new ideas, they are scary by default because it means we have to discard our old world view of the universe.
I really don't mean to offend, I just am very persistent. I can't let the mathematical establishment continue to lie to us, telling us stars and planets are mutually exclusive. They are not. A star is a young planet and a planet is an ancient star. They are the same phenomenon.
Viola! A life sustaining solid structure. The Earth is the core of an ancient star. It's many billions of years old.