Welcome to the Stellarmetamorphosis WikiEdit

This wiki goes over the process of a star's evolution into what is called a planet as understood by modern science. Since stars are planets many definitions are also corrected concerning the definitions of eclipsing binaries, star systems, multiple star systems, proto-planetary disks, debris disks, circumstellar disks and even proto-stars.

Stellar MetamorphosisEdit

Stellar Metamorphosis is about true star evolution in which a star cools and combines its elements into what are called molecules. This process takes many billions of years and creates what is known as planets and moons. We can see many different stages of star evolution in our system and even outside of it in the thousands of stars in our galactic neighborhood. The world view of humanity thus is drastically different than what the dogmatic establishment brainwashes their students to believe. [Metamorphosis]

The Hertzsprung-Russell diagram corrected.

The Scientific Establishment ConsensusEdit

According to the scientific establishment stars and planets are objects that are mutually exclusive. Therefore they will never properly understand star evolution. Scientific Establishment's Belief According to the establishment they consider star remnants to be unimportant and completely unrelated to the objects called "planets". The reality is that star remnants are planets. "A stellar evolutionary model is a mathematical model that can be used to compute the evolutionary phases of a star from its formation until it becomes a remnant." [[1]] This is very problematic because reality is physical, not mathematical, therefore any stellar evolutionary model that ignores thermodynamics and physical understanding by replacing it with math is not a model at all. Stellar Metamorphosis is a physical model of star evolution, not mathematical, therefore is superior and rooted in reality.

Phase Transitions and ThermodynamicsEdit

According to the scientific establishment stars do not undergo basic phase transitions as they undergo evolution [2]. This is problematic because all matter in the universe is either a plasma [3], gas [4], liquid [5] or a solid [6]. They choose to ignore basic thermodynamics [7] but forget that they are essential for the study of star evolution. In the establishment star evolution is explained away as relying purely on gravitation [8]. Mathematical theory that rests completely on gravitation is at best a theory that is completely independent of thermodynamics [9]. The importance of ignoring thermodynamics and electromagnetism in star evolution in the establishment is obvious, as they have even decided to invent matter that does not interact with it, also known as dark matter regardless if dark matter and dark  energy have never been observed or measured in any experiment. Dark matter and dark energy only exist in that people believe that they exist. 

Plasma to Gas to PlasmaEdit

In basic thermodynamics when plasma recombines it becomes what is understood as a gas.

Recombination Ionization

Gas to Liquid to GasEdit

When gas is under high pressure and heat it can become what is called a liquid.

Vaporization Condensation

Gas to Solid to GasEdit

When gas is under high pressure and heat it can also become what is called a solid.

Deposition Sublimation

Liquid to Solid to LiquidEdit

When liquid is under high pressure and heat it can become what is called a solid.

Freezing Melting

The Beginnings of LifeEdit

According to the establishment life has origins in outer space in which microbial life jettisoned from some random place in the universe and deposited on the Earth, this is understood as Panspermia. This is unnecessary hypothesis as Earth itself is in outer space, so via Ockham's Razor, life has origins were it exists currently. This understanding was hypothesized by a Mr. A. I. Oparin inThe Origin of Life. This hypothesis fits neatly with stellar metamorphosis in that we have since after Mr. Oparin's death given observation to all stages of star metamorphosis in the galaxy, as shown by the existence of stars of all sizes, both new, aging and dead.

Collection of Corrected Definitions in AstronomyEdit

According to the establishment a star is a "massive, luminous sphere of plasma held together by gravity", a planet is "an astronomical object orbiting a star or stellar remnant that is massive enough to be rounded by its own gravity, is not massive enough to cause thermonuclear fusion, and has cleared its neighboring region of planetesimals" and an exo-planet is a "planet outside the solar system".

Clearly the definition making process has eluded the scholars and this reasoning is provided as such, both stars and planets are rounded via their own gravity so that does not differentiate the two. Since large young stars such as the Sun have also cleared their neighborhood of "planetesimals" we can toss that out too. All we are left with is the fact that the establishment believes that stars are giant balls of plasma and planets do not cause thermonuclear fusion. Since stating that planets do not cause thermonuclear fusion is not really a definition as that can be applied to almost any living organism or even to concrete, we can toss the idea of planets being defined as not causing thermonuclear fusion out as well. Therefore all we are left with is that stars are giant balls of plasma and planets/exo-planets are not so therefore taking their definition of star as a giant ball of plasma and a planet not being a giant ball of plasma we have the clear difference between the two definitions. This is the bare bones definition that the establishment stands by completely absent of all theoretical constructs and for all intents and purposes can be worded like this:

  1. Star: Big ball of matter in its plasma state that exhibits gravitation
  2. Planet/Exo-planet: Big ball of matter that is not in plasma state and exhibits gravitation

Realistically this is the entire construct of all of star sciences. These sets of definitions therefore implore the establishment for someone to simply make the connection. When plasma cools it becomes gas. Therefore we can absolutely come to the conclusion that when a star, as per bare bones definition dies, it becomes what is called a "gas giant" also understood as a "planet". Logically we can assume that the reality of this issue is plain and does not need theoretical construct:

  1. Star, planet/exo-planet: big ball of matter that exhibits gravitation

After assuming the establishments definitions we can also make the much needed corrections for many other objects.

  1. Eclipsing binary stars: solar system
  2. Multiple star system: planetary system
  3. Proto-planetary disk, circumstellar disk, debris disk: star/planet collision remains
  4. Star system: solar system
  5. Star: new planet
  6. Planet: older evolved star



    Redshift 2


    The actual center of the Milky Way Galaxy


    Rosetta Stone


    Birthing Galaxy, no big bang required.

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