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Discovered: NASA Uncovers the Coolest of Stars

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posted on Aug, 25 2011 @ 07:48 PM

Originally posted by Heartisblack

Originally posted by JesusLives
reply to post by novastrike81

They are developing deniability as to why they did not tell us sooner when the big one is too big to hide...or when the false flag is ready to be revealed.

I'm not going to tell you what to believe and all but what are you supposed to do about it ?
If Nibiru is coming, what the hell are you going to do ?

Ummm stock up about 6-12 mths of food supplies. Evacuate if you are living in an earthquake zone or near the ocean...

posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 10:15 AM

Originally posted by gimme_some_truth

1. Do they have nuclear reactions that burn hydrogen at the core?

Stars do, planets don't.

How do we know.
All our understanding of whats in the core is hypothetical. Hell, we still can't fully debunk a hollow earther because it is not fully known. So, we hypothesis what the core is..and it may be close enough, or we may find out that all celestial bodies are ultimately the same thing at various stages.
Jupiter was suppposed to be a second sun, but never kicked off its fusionmaking. If it was bigger, it would be a star.

So, perhaps the only real difference between a gas giant planet and a star is size...maybe.

2. How did they form?

Stars form when a cloud of gas, out in a nebula or other region of interstellar space, collapses under the influence of gravity. Planets, on the other hand, form when material in the disk around a pre-existing star begins to condense around rock/ice cores.

Hope that helps.

Again, another hypothesis. Probably correct, however, there has never been witnessed a star being born..seen plenty of em die out, but none born yet.
What other possibility could there be besides how the hypothesis dictates then? (well, besides creationism anyhow)...offhand, perhaps stars are just really big and dense gas giants...and perhaps the "growing earth" theory is right..but for all celestial bodies.
Whereas a rocky planet like earth will eventually hit a point and stop growing, whats to say a different composition planet such as jupiter won't grow and grow and grow and eventually become a star. All stars may be simply once gas giants that kept expanding until they hit critical mass

Just a thought, ya...went into hypothetical cosmology and got confused. but a good confused. heh.

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