Criticism by Stephen Crothers

Agreed Completely.

Sent: 26/06/2017 12:35:04 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: NASA exoplanet discovery: could TRAPPIST-1 planets support life? | AdelaideNow

NASA exoplanet discovery: could TRAPPIST-1 planets support life? | AdelaideNow,
The most common habitable worlds are utterly different to our own, by Jamie Seidel and Steven Grice, Adelaide Advertiser, 23 February 2017,

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/special-features/in-depth/red-dwarf-star-life-but-not-as-we-know-it/news-story/cc9a82b90f9d1d7003267b49482d6379?nk=427af98c663651bf66d39a813c4a1635-1498474911#itm=newscomau%7Ctechnology%7Cncam-story-body-link%7C4%7Chttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.adelaidenow.com.au%2Fnews%2Fspecial-features%2Fin-depth%2Fred-dwarf-star-life-but-not-as-we-know-it%2Fnews-story%2Fcc9a82b90f9d1d7003267b49482d6379%7Cstory%7CNASA%20discovers%2010%20Earth-like%20worlds&itmt=1498412592490

Comments
Eva is right. This report has absolutely no scientific merit whatsoever. It is fantasy from A to Z, from people with no scientific acumen at all. That such nitwits are called ‘scientists’ is a blatant affront to science and to common sense. Caprarelli and Choo don’t even know the phase of the Sun let alone the true constitution of distant stars. For instance; does the Sun have a surface? You bet it does! From the lectures below anybody can learn the scientific realities about the Sun and stars, in contrast to the utter drivel in the report above:

Professor Pierre-Marie Robitaille: The Sun and the life cycles of the stars
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL7QIOZteWPpBWBOl8i0e-g

Stephen J. Crothers


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