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The Real Age of Teide-1 in Stellar Metamorphosis

Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski

Using the Wolynski-Taylor diagram we can give a more accurate age of Teide-1. It is about 350 million years old, not 120 million as claimed by the dogma. This means it is almost 3 times as old. It should be obvious to the reader that astronomers do not understand that stars are young, hot and big planets. This means that any age determination they use absent this understanding will be inaccurate, inconsistent and invalid.

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