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D-Archer Wrote:
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> ? I rebutted every point you made, your following
> reaction was nonsensical.
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> //end//
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> Regards,
> Daniel


No you did not you liar.

White dwarves are not the same size as regular stars. You accepted the temperature of ~ 25 000 K. Therefore a star of regular size, at that temperature, would be extremely luminous. It would easily be the brightest star in the sky. Go back to school and learn about the temperature-luminosity relationship;

[astro.unl.edu]

Stars do not form in a z-pinch, and not a single scientist believes such idiocy. And the examples you gave in the illegally uncredited images do not conform to a z-pinch, as any fool can see if they understand anything about Doppler shifts and read a few papers;

M2-9: A PLANETARY NEBULA WITH AN ERUPTIVE NUCLEUS? (1989)
Balick, B.
[openaccess.leidenuniv.nl]

For the hard of thinking, Fig. 2 is the money shot.

You claimed the 25 000 K is an electron temperature, which is an excessively stupid thing to claim. It is an effective temperature;

Hubble Space Telescope spectroscopy of the Balmer lines in Sirius B (2005)
Barstow, M. A. et al.
[academic.oup.com]

And an electron temperature of 25 000 K, if it were such (which it isn't), is very low. The solar wind electron temperature is ~ 4 x that at 1 AU;

[www.swpc.noaa.gov]

You also falsely claimed that the mainstream has white dwarves forming from nova explosions. That is tripe;

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If the mass of a main-sequence star is between 0.5 and 8 M☉ like our sun, its core will become sufficiently hot to fuse helium into carbon and oxygen via the triple-alpha process, but it will never become sufficiently hot to fuse carbon into neon. Near the end of the period in which it undergoes fusion reactions, such a star will have a carbon–oxygen core which does not undergo fusion reactions, surrounded by an inner helium-burning shell and an outer hydrogen-burning shell. On the Hertzsprung–Russell diagram, it will be found on the asymptotic giant branch. It will then expel most of its outer material, creating a planetary nebula, until only the carbon–oxygen core is left. This process is responsible for the carbon–oxygen white dwarfs which form the vast majority of observed white dwarfs.

[en.wikipedia.org]

So, in summary;

you wrote a bunch of scientifically illiterate, and inaccurate, garbage which has been totally debunked, and you have rebutted none of it.



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 06-Apr-19 20:45 by ianw16.

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What are White Dwarf Stars? 965 D-Archer 03-Apr-19 21:18
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Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 148 ianw16 04-Apr-19 12:47
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 138 D-Archer 04-Apr-19 19:51
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 152 ianw16 04-Apr-19 20:37
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 135 D-Archer 05-Apr-19 09:45
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 132 ianw16 05-Apr-19 12:41
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 136 ianw16 05-Apr-19 12:48
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 133 D-Archer 05-Apr-19 13:04
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 136 ianw16 05-Apr-19 13:11
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 133 D-Archer 06-Apr-19 09:07
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 140 ianw16 06-Apr-19 20:42
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 130 D-Archer 07-Apr-19 08:55
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 197 ianw16 07-Apr-19 11:19
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 134 jeffreyw 05-Apr-19 18:58
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 136 ianw16 05-Apr-19 19:07
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 134 D-Archer 06-Apr-19 09:11
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 138 ianw16 06-Apr-19 20:51
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 132 D-Archer 07-Apr-19 08:57
Re: What are White Dwarf Stars? 127 ianw16 07-Apr-19 10:55


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