Stellar Metamorphosis: Mass-Age Relation for Solar Mass, Orange, Yellow and Red Dwarf Stars

Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski

Two hand drawn graphs show two transformation curves for young stars between 1 and .5 solar mass, and .5 to .1 solar mass. It conforms to the general theory, and brings a new perspective of stars. They can have their ages roughly determined by their masses. This is in direct opposition to the establishment's version of stellar evolution. To them stars do not evolve down transformation curves, but stay put. They were born with the same mass they die with. The observations of stars in all mass ranges contradicts the establishment's claim. In fact, the stars lose mass as they evolve, therefore their masses (when they are young) can be used to determine how old they are.

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