Stars and their color - temp and/or movement
Well, I need to expose my lack of scientific training again. Damn theology.
I have enjoyed astronomy for years and in college I learned that the color of the stars was related to how hot they are. Redder stars are cooler and blue stars are hotter.
So you have a roygbiv (red orange yellow...) spectrum.
Lately I have been reading things on the big bang and authors are relating star color to the doppler effect. Stars moving towards us are blue and away are red. The vast majority are apparently red because the universe is expanding. Then I was reading most stars are white. What they heck does that mean?
Can someone clear up this up for me? How can the color of stars represent both the temp and movement when it is only one color? What color would a hot star (blue) moving away from us (red) be? And how could astronomers determine if the color was related to one or the other of these properties?
Religion Kills !!!
Numbers 31:17-18 - Now kill all the boys. And kill every woman who has slept with a man, but save for yourselves every girl who has never slept with a man.