for scene 18 of the video " The Incredible Experience vs Ice Age - part 2" by Rolf Witzsche
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The famous Hertzsprung-Russel Star-Data diagram
This means that what we see expressed in the stars reflects a totally different operational platform in Plasma Cosmology. In Plasma Cosmology stars can go inactive, and apparently have done so, even among the big stars. Going inactive, of course, doesn't mean a complete turn-off, but means instead that their potential high-intensity state no longer happens. The famous Hertzsprung-Russel Star-Data diagram is arranged by the star's surface temperature, from right to left. The grouping of star types that is shown here, arranged from M on the right for low temperature stars that include the red dwarfs, all the way to O on the left, for the super-intense high-temperature stars that have a surface temperature of up to 60,000 degrees. At first glance it appears that a linear progression exists, whereby the larger stars are inherently hotter stars. The progression holds true up to a point.
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