reply to post by shortsticks
I get what you are saying, and it is a scientific fact that when stars pass through gas clouds, they will absorb ambient gasses, in some cases this
may add fuel to the star prolonging it's life, but in most cases it never actually becomes part of the core, it burns off, or changes long before it
joins the star. If our sun, managed to pass through a gas cloud large enough for it to actually change and burn brighter, and hotter ( which would
change it's colour) we would have been well aware of a gas cloud of that density in our solar system. It's a well known fact that our sun is getting
older, which means it will continue to lose it's luminosity, and eventually will change into a red giant. Our sun is not yellow, it's white and it's
predominant light is yellow/green. The blue you see is because of our atmosphere. Our sun is actually a yellow dwarf star, which most people don't
seem to know. When it reaches the end of it's life cycle it will expand into a red giant and probably greater than the extent of our solar system. The
outer shell will burn off, and when the core reaches a million kelvin it will collapse into a white dwarf, surrounded by a planetary nebula. So As
much as you have an interesting thought here, I think it is just an over active imagination, fueled by your country lifestyle. The sun isn't brighter,
it isn't blue and it isn't about to change for millions of years... Sorry, but good try piecing together the kachina prophecies. Many others have
tried the same with Elenin, and the proposed incoming heavy mass object. Elenin being the blue star, nibiru being the Red. Unfortunately Elenin wasn't
blue, and it dissappeared and Nibiru isn't coming, nor will it by november. Nice try.
I suggest you read up on the sun, though. There is lots we don't know, but we would know if it was changing like you think it is.
4/5/2012 by Ilyich because: (no reason given)