Pierre-Marie Robitaille - the sun is made of condensed matter - sheets of metallic hydrogen

Erm, good question, "What's the sun made of?"

Sure, you'all all know what our gaseous sun is made of already, right?

Rethink, and the answer's only Graphene-like hydrogen in hexagonal-planar structure... and it's most definitely not gas.




BLACK FRIDAY 24th November UPDATE: in this latest (and most fascinating) video on the subject of the sun, Robitaille explores metallic vs semi-metallic emissivity angles to explain the constitution of the sun. At the limp (edge) and the facing centre. He plumps for a semi-metallic hydrgogen (graphene-like) photosphere and a metallic-hydrogen body. It's really fascinating, and simple, simples.

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