Is Saturn really a "planet" or something else?
© Jeffrey J Wolynski

The establishment believes that Saturn is a planet that is in no shape or form related to stars, except for being one of the objects that stars leave after they form. In stellar metamorphosis Saturn is a brown dwarf star that fits quite nicely along the regular stages of a stars' metamorphosis into a life sustaining planet. Thus Saturn is a star becoming a planet.

The avoidance of this observational fact will be prevalent for sometime as it is frightening to the establishment. They want people to believe that god created the universe via Big Bang. To them stars can not evolve into life sustaining stars made of mostly neutralized material (rocks).


← PREV Powered by Quick Disclosure Lite
© 2010~2021 SCS-INC.US
UP ↑