RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

February 10, 2014

“Oldest” Star Discovered

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 12:42 pm

First of all, there was no “Big Bang.” It is a physical impossibility to have all of the mass and energy of the universe concentrated into a “dot” less than the size of an atom. The space-time progression is the real source of the expansion of the universe and Hubble’s Law. The star discussed in the link above is very large and thus very old. Conventional theory says that large stars are young, because otherwise their stellar fuel would have run out. The Reciprocal System says that large stars are old, because material accretion causes most stars to slowly climb the Main Sequence, gaining mass, not staying put. A star this large could not have formed right at the so-called beginning of the universe. The truth is that either there was no creation of the universe (the universe just “is”) or a portion of the simplest metaphysical units, non-space-time units, converted themselves to space-time units and displacements from unit space-time. Thus the beginning, if there were one, was diffuse, not concentrated. Gravitation then began to do its work.

Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself.

February 6, 2014

Stars Move Up Main Sequence, Not Stay Put

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 11:07 am

This is not really a surprise to the Reciprocal System. Stars normally move up slowly on the Main Sequence, as they accrete new material from the interstellar medium; they do not stay put, as conventional theory assumes. Occasionally, a star will enter an unusually dense region of dust and gas and so will temporarily increase considerably in brightness. This is the case with Polaris. No problem.

Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself.

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