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There are many observational facts that contradict the classic theory of star formation. As time allows, a summary will be provided.
This new theory for star formation is, I believe, extremely interesting. It predicts all of the sometimes bizarre features of the sun. For example, it explains: sun spots, coronal mass ejections, the extremely high temperature of the corona, "blinkers", and so on.
(Another major piece of evidence from the Deep Field View is also still too new to say that if verifies this theory. But I predict it will. In the November, 1997 issue of Astronomy, page 26, I came across an article called, "Mystery Objects in the Deep Field." It reports that in the Deep Field View, there are "about 90 very dim foreground stars...", ""They aren't stars," says John Bahcall of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey." "We have found a population of objects that look stellar but aren't when you look real close." They "appear very faint and have a bluish color." ""I am very interested in finding out what they are," Bahcall notes." The Ball-of-Light Particle Model predicts they are, of course, balls-of-light.)
(Some scientists will not like the changes predicted by the Ball-of-Light Particle Model. However, keep in mind, it is a very simple theory. Instead of using dramatically different models for atomic nuclei, other elementary particles, the cores of a stars, the cores of galaxies, the cores of Gamma Ray Bursts, and the cores of black holes, there is just one model.)
An example of how the Ball-of-Light Particle Model is different from Black Hole theory is its prediction that there is no "mass" inside a Black Hole, that is, inside of a ball-of-light. Instead, the infalling mass is converted to energy at what is called the "event horizon." A Black Hole is no more than a single sphere of electromagnetic and gravitational energy -- not collapsed matter.
Let me emphasize, while there appears to be many observations in astronomy that appear to give support to the idea of "black holes" these observations do not prove black holes exist. How can they if these same observations also support the idea of massive balls-of-light. Black hole theoyr is not poven, if an alternate theory is supported by the same "proofs"!
The Ball-of-Light Particle Model is a Grand Unification Theory that integrates all known areas of physics. This is just a small group of highlights. There will be many more to come.