In a new paper i classified all stars and planets within 20 light years based on Stellar Metamorphosiss.
The paper> Stellar Metamorphosis: Classification of astrons within 20 light years, by Daniel Archer: http://vixra.org/pdf/1902.0049v1.pdf
I made a note on Ross 128b (10,7 light years away !) as a possible Dinosaur Planet:
5,6, the referenced papers are>This astron is just larger than Earth and it is marked extra green in the classification table because it is possibly a dinosaur planet; there are other candidates but this planet is a more archetypical example where creatures like dinosaurs can thrive. This does not mean there are dinosaurs and that it looks like the picture below but at least it is possible. A dinosaur planet in stellar metamorphosis has a very thick atmosphere with a higher pressure, 3 to 5 bar, this higher pressure is what makes it possible for giant creatures like dinosaurs to exist and especially only this pressure range can accommodate the largest flying reptile quetzalcoatlus5,6. Dinosaur-like creatures have a natural place to exist only with Stellar Metamorphosis, also with stellar metamorphosis we can predict features about astrons that are not possible with any other paradigm. For Ross 128 it is now predicted we will find oxygen and methane as byproducts of biological life and possibly dinosaur-like life.
O. Levenspiel, 2006, Atmospheric Pressure at the Time of Dinosaurs :
http://www.ingenieriaquimica.org/system ... gineer.pdf
J. Wolynski, Dinosaurs in 3 to 5 Bar Atmospheric Pressure: http://vixra.org/pdf/1810.0225v1.pdf
In Stellar Metamorphosis a world with Dinosaurs is a natural consequence of stellar evolution.
To note is that the atmosphere was much thicker and denser while the crust radius was smaller when the Earth came out of its ocean world type phase, the pre-Earth phase is where Dinosaurs are very possible.
@Mods, please do not remove my post again, this is extra information directly related to the topic at hand, why would you want to bury this? People can make up their own minds. Also this forum section is dedicated to have thunderbolts members help to guide future TPODS, i would like the thunderbolts team to take this information in consideration. At least the paper by Levenspiel.
ps. i posted in TPOD in the impossible Dinosaur thread ( http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpB ... =7&t=15477 ) , but it was not allowed, so i make it its own topic.