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originally posted by: eNaR
a reply to: JimOberg
It's supposedly such a groundbreaking observation that it's not even listed on their list of special events at their webpage at
List of special events but not "GROUNDBREAKING EVENTS"
They aren’t lying.. just speaking from academic to academic, not from academic to lay person..
For us a “ground breaking discovery “ seems like maybe aliens or something that rewrites physics..
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: fusiondoe
It is unlikely to be the death of a star, because observations of such an event were made in 2015. The same can be said of star birth, in fact, the birth of one truly massive star was observed in 2013.
This is a new thing, so these two possibilities do not fit into the parameters at all.
Ok... Still won’t be aliens