Is Saturn a star?

Reply Tue 1 Dec, 2015 04:29 pm

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mark noble
Reply Wed 2 Dec, 2015 12:23 pm
Can't access your link, gunga, But we're taught it's a planet.
We're taught what is within the confines of acceptable teaching, also.
Physics is far beyond mainstream (Non-military) understanding, evolution works, but not for modern man - WAY too many changes, WAY too quickly..
Anyway - Saturn is whatever you label it as.
I watched venus, jupiter and mars line-up with the sun (Pre-dawn) in late sept, from Wales - 45 degrees NE to SW, Made cmaj look like a blip - Looking due East - Trajectory, not actual NE, SW - In case some smarmy fk conflicts.....

Never see that again, from earth, as me:)
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