Transcript for scene 11 of the video " The Incredible Experience vs Ice Age - part 2" by Rolf Witzsche  

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These lesser, still active stars, like our Sun

These lesser, still active stars, like our Sun, tend to be more vulnerable to going inactive and becoming red stars, being less bright. They are not of the type that is routinely observed, by reasons of their large number and their comparative low luminosity, so that no one would likely notice individual stars of this group going inactive, and if so, the observation would then most likely be recognized as noise in the system, since inactive stars are deemed impossible under the hydrogen-sun theory. It is highly unlikely, therefore, that when such stars go inactive, when they revert to a lower surface temperature, that the event will be noticed or be reported.

 

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