Greatest Overlooked Idea of Modern Astronomy - Stars Cooling Down and Becoming Planets

Authors: Amrinder Singh

Modern astronomy proposes its planet formation theory with highly questionable assumptions as the basis for formation of planets (in the form of accretion disk model of protoplanetary disks). It also proposes models (again using questionable assumptions) for the stars nearing the end of their lives (which share similar internal structure to all the planets in existence) to end in either explosions (supernovae) or becoming Black holes, Neutron stars or Dwarf stars. Another more rational explanation on how planets form has been provided first by Anthony Abruzzo expanding on Descartes’s original Idea of stars transforming to become planets by a series of papers followed by a comprehensive explanation by Jeffery Wollynski in the form of his Stellar Metamorphosis theory. Stellar Metamorphosis theory provides detailed explanation of the actual mechanics of how this process takes place step by step. Some additional observations are offered in this paper on the mechanism of the process of planet formation by Stellar Metamorphosis as well as some new ideas on the question of why planets stay at similar temperature ranges over millions of years despite continuously cooling during the evolution/propagation of life, observations on the comparison of relative mass of a star during its transition from star to a planet and some thoughts on the nature of space and time.

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