Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski
A strange phenomenon of language has appeared concerning the naming of host stars of new systems. For some reason scientists have abandoned their distinction of red dwarf/brown dwarf in favor of “ultra cool dwarf star”. It should be made aware for the public that this signals a crack in the foundation of accepted astrophysical interpretations and theories. Explanation is provided.
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