Category: Stars and galaxies
All the stars and galaxies are formed not from dust and gas. They are ejections from compact objects.
Stars are not born from dust!
Now most scientists are confident: stars and planets are formed from rarefied gas-dust clouds. But this is not so. There are a number of fundamental objections to modern cosmogony. We […]
Five problems +
Let’s list all those problems that we discussed in previous publications.
Who tilted the Sun?
The Sun rotates around an axis that does not coincide with the axis of the main plane in which the planets rotate.
The problem of heating the Solar crown
The Solar atmosphere is heated to 6000 degrees, and the crown, the highest atmosphere, is over one million degrees! Why?
Why does the Sun rotate at different speeds?
It is well known how our Sun rotates. It rotates at different speeds: the poles are slower (one revolution in 34 days), the equator is much faster (one revolution in […]
Knockin ‘on stars!
If we do not adhere to any hypotheses of the formation of stars, we will be able to find out what is in their bowels. For this it is sufficient […]
Thermonuclear synthesis in the bowels of stars – is it a reality or a myth?
Modern science claims that thermonuclear fusion is taking place in the bowels of the Sun and other stars. But is it?