The Reciprocal System (and Ra) have stellar evolution in the opposite direction from conventional astronomers, so the spectral class sequence for stellar evolution goes like this:lvx08 wrote:I was listening to an interview the other day where the guy was talking how the sun is no longer yellow but white. I had noticed something similar and had just thought it was just the season. Any one else noticed this and if so what would be the explanation?
(red giant) N-R-M-K-G-F-A-B-O (blue giant)
We were classified as a G2 star, heading for type F, using Larson's astronomy. Looks like we got there. (G0 is "G", G9 is almost K, so the numbers are also backwards). Given the greatly increased amount of dust in the solar system (even the moons of Jupiter are leaving trails...), not surprising the sun got hotter and moved towards F.
Wikipedia: "Class F stars have strengthening H and K lines of Ca II. Neutral metals (Fe I, Cr I) beginning to gain on ionized metal lines by late F. Their spectra are characterized by the weaker hydrogen lines and ionized metals. Their color is white. About 1 in 33 of the main sequence stars in the solar neighborhood are Class F stars."
J. Randolph Wniters, "The Pleiadian Connection" video discusses it in detail, with regards to Eduard Meier being taken to this world to see what was going on there, along with a demonstration how a nuclear missile can be stopped.lvx08 wrote:that was my question too!Gopi wrote:Very interesting. Any references?LoneBear wrote:Just recently, a relatively nearby 3rd density world went into the WW III state and was about to wipe themselves out. A more advanced, neighboring race intervened, however.