After reading the article, I'm spending a lot of time shaking my head here.
As has been mentioned, it is quite apparent to me that the blogger is taking a lot of different scientific observations and is trying to "connect the
dots" so to speak, but the majority of the "dots" are not even on the same page. Worse, the blogger is making wild claims, apparently in the hopes
that the readers of the blog know nothing of physics or astrophysics.
Let's look at just a few things:
Why do main sequence stars (IE the sun), eventually expand into red giants?
It's because they have used up most of their main fuel, hydrogen, and are now fusing helium. Red
Not because some energy pulse hits the star.
Our sun still has massive amounts of hydrogen to fuse and will not be using it up any time soon.
The blogger makes the following claim:
Chandra also recorded stars increasing in size by the extreme influence fo this energetic wave and going through major changes; swelling in size
and then ejecting the outer layer and becoming much smaller. Of course if you contact NASA they will deny any of this, exactly the same as their
approach about UFO/ET question.
That statement is hilarious at best. All one has to do is look at the stars in the direction of the center of the Milky Way.
What will you see?
What you will see is a huge collection of different kinds of stars, many in various stages of their stellar evolution. Some just being born, some the
same age as our sun, some dying, some massive super giants (that are blue, not red), some red dwarfs, some red giants.
If what the blogger is saying is true, we would see a very uniform pattern of stars that look and are the same. We would see this because light is
traveling much faster than this "wave" the blogger is talking about.
And we've been observing these stars for a very, very long time. Well before there was anything called "NASA". I just love how these people seem to
think that the entire human race must rely on NASA for everything. I guess astronomers from ages past must of had some sort of special telephone that
could communicate through time to NASA who helped them discover things, hmmmm?
Let us jump ahead in the blog, talking about secret underground bunkers for the elite to survive.
Laughable. Extremely hilarious. If the sun expands into a red giant, they are not going to survive. No one will. The current thought is that when the
sun does expand it will gobble up Mercury and Venus. Earth's orbit will expand some, but the gravitational interactions with the sun will cause it to
fall back, and yes, then it too will be gobbled up by the sun.
No bunker is going to save anyone from that.
But that's 5 billion years from now, so I digress.
The blogger goes on to talk about our sun's behavior. What really cracks me up about this, from their article:
The funny thing was that after 400 years of observation, just when we thought we are starting to understand the most complex dynaics of our star,
our sun had showed us that that is not the case, by doing something that we have never observed before.
Hey! Way to go dude. They are going to compare 400 years of observation by humans, with 4.5 billion years of existence.
I'm sure there will be many more things that we observe about our sun that we've never seen before because:
A) we didn't have the advanced technology and understanding that we do now as compared to 400 years ago.
B) Humans have not been around long enough to see all that the sun has done it it's past 4.5 billion years.
Last, just take a took at the end of the blog, as they pat themselves on the back even going as far to create a cute picture with their name in it.
Speaks volumes to me. It's called Narcissism
Of course when December 24th rolls around, and everything is pretty much the same with our sun, this whole thing will be forgotten. That or the goal
posts will be moved of course.