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    what will happen if our solar system is in the position of yellow dot?

    the galactic long bar composes of stars (mainly old red stars).

    Because stars in long bar attract each other, the long bar should be unstable?

    where do the stars in long bar come from?

    where are they going?

    galactic long bar is the key to understand our galaxy.

    old red stars fall to the galactic core, which mean they are from spiral arm.

    what will happen when they arrive at the galactic core?

    because a lot of dust exists between Earth and the galactic core, so we can't see the galactic core with our naked eyes. But where these dust come from?

    when old stars arrive at the galactic core, they decompose there,

    there are only one particle in atom nucleus (Aether dynamic theory), which is Proton.

    in old red stars, Proton becomes very big. they will be renewed in the galactic core.

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    After being renewed, Proton (hydrogen) will escape the core. They are the dust which blocks the splendid light from core.
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    Please cool it with the multiple posts/ Rather edit your previous post. Thanks


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    Are you aware that you can actually post more than one sentence at a time.
    Even if you go to a new line, you can include that line in your initial post.

    Why, even a new paragraph does not require a separate post.

    Not only is this techniques possible, fourm etiquette and good manners require that you follow that process.

    It seems that your mastery of such matters is on a par with your understanding of galactic physics: very close to zero.
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    hydrogen will gather in the outskirt of galaxy, they will form new stars some day.

    from the study of 2 American scientists ( Richard K Bambach, Adrian Melott), in about every 27 million years, a big extinction happens once on Earth.

    don't worry, next one is still 16 millions years away.

    But why every 27 millions years?




    Our solar system orbits the galactic core. When our solar system is in the position of yellow dots, big extinction will occur. the interval is 27 millions years.

    but the current study tells us our solar system orbits the galactic core in about every 220 millions years.
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    Do you not understand English? (seriously)

    I'll merge those two posts for the last time. If you continue in this way I'll have to give you some time off to think about it. Ok?
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    current Astronomy is based on the law of universal gravitation. There are 2 masses in the law of universal gravitation. about 200 years ago, Mr Henry Cavendish weighed the mass of Earth with a torsion balance. He also weighed the mass of Sun with this small torsion balance.

    if he couldn't weighed the mass of Earth and Sun with the torsion balance, the law and modern Astronomy will collapse.

    Please remember, we still don't know the mass of the Himalaya. Can this small torsion balance tell us the true mass of Earth?

    It's time to wake up and face the truth.

    from the end of spiral arm to the galactic core, the distance is about 13000 light years. Old stars are pulled to the galactic core in such long distance, they become faster and faster. Huge speed causes significant red shift. (the galactic long bar is Quasar)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER View Post
    Do you not understand English? (seriously)

    I'll merge those two posts for the last time. If you continue in this way I'll have to give you some time off to think about it. Ok?
    my english is very poor, I try my best to make myself clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomjin2000 View Post
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    Do you not understand English? (seriously)

    I'll merge those two posts for the last time. If you continue in this way I'll have to give you some time off to think about it. Ok?
    my english is very poor, I try my best to make myself clear.
    It's not about clarity Jin. You keep adding new posts, one after the other, and that is not acceptable. Rather edit your precious post to include your new thoughts. Just click on the edit button and add what you want to say. Please let me know that you understand this, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomjin2000 View Post
    from the study of 2 American scientists ([COLOR=#000000] Richard K Bambach, Adrian Melott), in about every 27 million years, a big extinction happens once on Earth.
    What the heck is wrong with people? How hard is it in the days of the Internet to provide sources for information? Reference? Citation? Link? Anything? Where did they say this? When? Who are they? What did they give as the explanation? Was this an analysis of past events? Did they make a prediction for the future?

    Our solar system orbits the galactic core. When our solar system is in the position of yellow dots, big extinction will occur. the interval is 27 millions years.

    but the current study tells us our solar system orbits the galactic core in about every 220 millions years.
    So is the interval 27 M years or 220 M years? Clearly it is closer to 220M (1). So what possible connection is there to events that are claimed (2) to happen every 27M years?

    (1) Reference: Period of the Sun's Orbit around the Galaxy (Cosmic Year) (see how easy that is)
    (2) As you have not provided a reference I am going to assume you made this up (until you provide a source).
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    請編輯目前的寫作。不會作出新的寫的全部時間。明白了嗎?感謝。
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomjin2000 View Post
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    Do you not understand English? (seriously)

    I'll merge those two posts for the last time. If you continue in this way I'll have to give you some time off to think about it. Ok?
    my english is very poor, I try my best to make myself clear.
    It's OK, you lack of understanding of science is even worse...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    Where are the dinosaurs ? :-(
    Exactly. That proves tomjin is right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    Where are the dinosaurs ? :-(
    That reminds me i need to fill my feeders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
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    from the study of 2 American scientists ([COLOR=#000000] Richard K Bambach, Adrian Melott), in about every 27 million years, a big extinction happens once on Earth.
    What the heck is wrong with people? How hard is it in the days of the Internet to provide sources for information? Reference? Citation? Link? Anything? Where did they say this? When? Who are they? What did they give as the explanation? Was this an analysis of past events? Did they make a prediction for the future?

    Our solar system orbits the galactic core. When our solar system is in the position of yellow dots, big extinction will occur. the interval is 27 millions years.

    but the current study tells us our solar system orbits the galactic core in about every 220 millions years.
    So is the interval 27 M years or 220 M years? Clearly it is closer to 220M (1). So what possible connection is there to events that are claimed (2) to happen every 27M years?

    (1) Reference: Period of the Sun's Orbit around the Galaxy (Cosmic Year) (see how easy that is)
    (2) As you have not provided a reference I am going to assume you made this up (until you provide a source).
    I have already told you, modern Astronomy has already collapsed. The reason is astronomers believe human beings can weigh the mass of Earth with a torsion balance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeteorWayne View Post
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    Do you not understand English? (seriously)

    I'll merge those two posts for the last time. If you continue in this way I'll have to give you some time off to think about it. Ok?
    my english is very poor, I try my best to make myself clear.
    It's OK, you lack of understanding of science is even worse...
    I really don't understand the so-called science, I understand logic.
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    You understand neither.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomjin2000 View Post
    I have already told you, modern Astronomy has already collapsed.
    And yet you referenced two scientists to support your case. Isn't that slightly hypocritical? Or, at the very least, cherry picking data.

    But that doesn't answer my question: WHAT RESEARCH ARE YOU REFERENCING? How hard would it be to provide a link to your source? Really.

    If anyone is interested, I assume this is the paper being referenced: Nemesis reconsidered - Melott - 2010 - Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters - Wiley Online Library

    See, how hard was that? Why do you expect other people to do your work for you? Laziness or incompetence?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    I have already told you, modern Astronomy has already collapsed. The reason is astronomers believe human beings can weigh the mass of Earth with a torsion balance.
    That's funny. It works very well for those of us who actually DO astronomy, not create head fantasies to post on Teh Interwebz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomjin2000 View Post
    I really don't understand the so-called science, I understand logic.
    If A implies B, does the negation of B imply the negation of A?
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    Waiting for the dinosaurs to be explained......
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