I don't want followers. I want people to understand stellar metamorphosis.seasmith wrote:viscount aero wrote:Good point. Of course all rotating systems have a "core", or energetic axial centroid, but Sol-type suns i agree, probably do not have a solid core.As for me, I am not entirely convinced that all planets (stars) have cores. I think some of them are hollow. I also tend to think that planets like Saturn are actually spherical vortices whose inner structure is a recirculating torus confined to an oblate spheroid, the core being a vertical/columnar structure that is the central focus of circulation. The polar vortices of these planets, to me, speak to this possibility.
Also, all this hand-waving about the legacy of Velikovski is just a distraction. For example i've read Mein Kampf and Stellar Metamorphosis, but that doesn't mean i'm a "follower" of either author.
Oh and I've already covered young stars being hollow: http://vixra.org/pdf/1301.0109v2.pdf
It's also in the book, pages 26, 27 and 28. I state quite clearly without any miscommunication what so ever that young stars actually resemble giant vacuum vapor deposition chambers. Thus young stars like the Sun are hollow and build their cores as they age. The material deposits if it has a substrate of iron enter, this is easy as there are many meteorites that would enter the sun and start clumping together in the center of stars as the electrical current flows though them.
Why electric universe ignores the fact that iron becomes electromagnet with electric current is astounding. This is why centers of ancient stars have iron cores, the iron is ionized which then starts clumping together forming a large iron ball in the center to give structure for the next layers that are deposited. The core is synthesized as the star cools first, and then it will continue layering material on it as it ages and cools/shrinks.
I tried to tell hollow Earth people this as well but they don't want to listen. They believe old stars like the Earth are hollow, no, the young stars that are mostly plasma are the vacuum chambers (hollow). Their internal vacuums allow them to shrink considerably as they age and the material BUILDS THE CORE in the center as the plasma differentiates according to its ionization potential. Think of an oyster that deposits material on its substrate building a pearl, same concept, much more complex.
The iron goes first, nickel, so on and so forth. The cores of stars are built as they undergo metamorphosis. A star is a planet incubator. A single star synthesizes a single planet. Thus they are essential the exact same phenomenon. The Sun currently does not have a core, but it will eventually when it moves into red dwarf then brown dwarf stages as it shrinks and cools.