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living on a deadly star. All of the giant planets are also stars.       

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The planets are only residues of star dust/gas which have agglomerated under the influence of the gravitation of another star. No?


Planets are considered to form at the same time as their star, by accretion and condensation of a cloud of gas and dust under the influence of gravitation. All models of planetary formation therefore begin with the formation of one, or even two or more, stars within a collapse, followed by the accretion of dust in the circumstellar residual disc.
 

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15 minutes ago, Lan Todak said:

living on a deadly star. All of the giant planets are also stars.    

There seems to be some errors in that claim. If you mean earth that we live on, earth is not a star. Earth does not seem deadly. Large planets* in solar system are planets, not stars AFAIK.

Are you maybe talking about brown dwarfs? 

*) gas planets

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29 minutes ago, Lan Todak said:

living on a deadly star. All of the giant planets are also stars.       

If you mean "dead" star rather than "deadly" star, You'd still be wrong.  Stars all, at some time or another, had hydrogen fusion occurring in their cores.  This is not the case for or any of the other planets in our solar system.  They instead are classed as sub-stellar objects.

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1 hour ago, Lan Todak said:

living on a deadly star. All of the giant planets are also stars.       

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Moderator Note

The rules of the Speculations forum require you to support your claims with evidence. If you do not provide support for this (plainly nonsensical) claim in the next post this thread will be closed.

 

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21 hours ago, Lan Todak said:

If you want to know the fact that we are actually living on a deadly star. All of the giant planets are also stars.       

It's not really a discussion if you just try to claim the things you make up are facts. 

It's also not reasonable to redefine words that already have a known and well-used meaning, and then expect anyone to know what you're talking about.

And doubling down on your ignorance, instead of trying to explain yourself or ask some questions about the areas where your understanding is lacking, that's just preaching. This is a science discussion forum. You wasted your best chance to explain and support what you're talking about.

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(for evidence.)

There are several ways to prove that our earth is actually a star.
one way is to do "free fall" experiment on the moon.

 

23 hours ago, Ghideon said:

There seems to be some errors in that claim. If you mean earth that we live on, earth is not a star. Earth does not seem deadly. Large planets* in solar system are planets, not stars AFAIK.

Are you maybe talking about brown dwarfs? 

*) gas planets

No... i mean star like sun but much smaller.

 

23 hours ago, Janus said:

If you mean "dead" star rather than "deadly" star, You'd still be wrong.  Stars all, at some time or another, had hydrogen fusion occurring in their cores.  This is not the case for or any of the other planets in our solar system.  They instead are classed as sub-stellar objects.

True for  now until physicists have found star smaller than our earth due to
physicists believe that hydrogen fusion can not be happening on star like that. 
anyway... i really mean "deadly". 

 

22 hours ago, Strange said:
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Moderator Note

The rules of the Speculations forum require you to support your claims with evidence. If you do not provide support for this (plainly nonsensical) claim in the next post this thread will be closed.

 

Done. read from the top.

2 hours ago, Phi for All said:

It's not really a discussion if you just try to claim the things you make up are facts. 

It's also not reasonable to redefine words that already have a known and well-used meaning, and then expect anyone to know what you're talking about.

And doubling down on your ignorance, instead of trying to explain yourself or ask some questions about the areas where your understanding is lacking, that's just preaching. This is a science discussion forum. You wasted your best chance to explain and support what you're talking about.

If i wanted to ask questions i would not come here... 
i would go on the right topic and ask... 

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2 minutes ago, Lan Todak said:

No... i mean star like sun but much smaller.

Thanks for your reply. Your posted speculations do make much sense, sorry. Over here the surface of the earth does not have anything in common with a star.

Are you maybe trying to claim things about the hot core of the earth? 

3 minutes ago, Lan Todak said:

(for evidence.)

There are several ways to prove that our earth is actually a star.
one way is to do "free fall" experiment on the moon.

 

And how is that related to hydrogen fusion?

 

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25 minutes ago, Lan Todak said:

There are several ways to prove that our earth is actually a star.
one way is to do "free fall" experiment on the moon.

Oh please explain, and list the other ways. I'm predicting you don't "prove" anything. 

But first, give us your definition of "star".

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55 minutes ago, Lan Todak said:

There are several ways to prove that our earth is actually a star.
one way is to do "free fall" experiment on the moon.

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This has nothing to do with the Earth being a star. Which it obviously isn't.

Do not post any more ridiculous ideas like this.

 

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