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"The theory of stellar streams runs into great diﬃculties in explaining the existence of peaks or clumps in velocity space containing old (older than 2–4 Gyr) stars."
The problem here isn't that streams of stars contain a mix of old and young stars. The problem is the old stars are clumped together not by WHERE they are in the stream, but by how they are MOVING in that stream. That is not a "great difficulty" in the EU model, since what they see as "age" or metallicity, we know to be purely a function of current input. It's not that all the old stars move at the same velocity, it's that stars moving at the same velocity appear to be equally "old"
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Therefore, we need first to expand on stellar evolution notion.
Let start with a proposition:
All stars need at least one partner star.
As corollary all star systems are multiple star systems. ( multiple include double )
Look at the following list :
propagation of life
Note that some of the examples above are not officially recognized as double star systems.
Using the above ( mainly ) known celestial objects as reference, look at the following special example:
Star :B: facing us – 95 Leo
Star „А“ facing us – 3 Comae Berenices
Note the alignments above to the galactic spiral arm that is/are the wires powering the stars/ light poles.
Equivalent electrical circuit of a double star system ( CRC ).
Symulation results ( Great cycle, 12,5 Т ).
The Sun's color as a key to the grand cycle phase ( white Sun ).
We need to study double star systems.
Solar System as 4D energy vortex
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