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    Here is where orange dwarfs fit in the General Theory of Stellar Metamorphosis:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4sv...bU_Dew&index=4

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    Heterolysis, stellar metamorphosis

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    Plasma Recombination, stellar metamorphosis

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    Lightbulb Exothermic vs. Endothermic, Stellar Metamorphosis

    Exothermic vs. Endothermic (chemical reactions/phase transitions)

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    For reference purposes the youtube channel, mrwolynski, has >12,500 minutes watched, 35 subscribers, and the facebook page has 256 likes. Records, I've never been here before.

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    the youtube channel has >18600 minutes watched, 50 subscribers, and the facebook page has 516 likes. The main vixra paper has 1,960 Unique I.P. Downloads. That's a lot of eyeballs.

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    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkyjvOV-67I


    The youtube channel has >20,800 minutes watched and 51 subscribers. The facebook page has 695 likes. The main vixra paper has 1999 Unique I.P. Downloads.

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    I am also curious to see if the Electric Universe conference in June is going to have a speaker there who can explain how the stars evolve in light of this discovery. They turned me down as a speaker because of my attitude problem, and probably the fact that I disagree with a lot of what they believe. I also disagree with a lot of what establishment says about these matters, so they can't take the contrarian argument like they almost always do.

    As well, it is a bit frustrating having a discovery of this magnitude while simultaneously being ignored by people who need to help in the development of it. The problem is that there are so many false ideas tied to Big Bang Creationism that we need to erase the board and start over. We don't have to burn the old textbooks, we can keep them for reference, but they definitely need to be rewritten.

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    Jeffrey where is the conference being held. it would be such a good one to visit .
    And yes we rebels have to have a attitude at times or else things will never change.

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    J.W. Still catching up here. I almost became a scientist. I can tell already I never would have been published. I can't go along with what I see as B.S. I have a lifetime's experience of having my family tell me I'm crazy and then come back later and say I was right. Unfortunately, it was usually after the fact, when it 's too late to make a difference.

    This isn't scientific, but I've heard more than once that many indigenous cultures call the planets and stars, stars. The planets are a kind of star. Seems like the indigenous people and the 'old wives' actually know their stuff.

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    Quote Originally posted by Tonz View Post
    Jeffrey where is the conference being held. it would be such a good one to visit .
    And yes we rebels have to have a attitude at times or else things will never change.
    Phoenix, Arizona June 25-29. Another west coast conference.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    J.W. Still catching up here. I almost became a scientist. I can tell already I never would have been published. I can't go along with what I see as B.S. I have a lifetime's experience of having my family tell me I'm crazy and then come back later and say I was right. Unfortunately, it was usually after the fact, when it 's too late to make a difference.

    This isn't scientific, but I've heard more than once that many indigenous cultures call the planets and stars, stars. The planets are a kind of star. Seems like the indigenous people and the 'old wives' actually know their stuff.
    Stars are young, hot planets. That's the discovery in one sentence. lol

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    Early diagram, I've come a LOOOOOONG way. whoa.

    http://stellar-metamorphosis.blogspo...n-diagram.html

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    The youtube channel has >25,321 minutes watched and 55 subscribers. The facebook page has 1059 likes. The main vixra paper has 2059 Unique I.P. Downloads.

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    The youtube channel has >27,272 minutes watched and 58 subscribers, with 209 videos. The facebook page has 1201 likes. The main vixra paper has 2077 Unique I.P. Downloads.

    I have found the nature of science isn't to rail against the dogmatists. It is much easier to just replace their theories. They aren't working on anything new, and since their theories are incorrect, they will place themselves in a dead end. They will eventually debunk themselves.

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