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SS: we have some new data regarding brown dwarfs which will help prove that our gas giants were at one time a brown dwarf. NASA detected an X-ray flare from a brown dwarf in constellation of hydra. well i happen to have some data archived of that we recorded an X-ray flare be emitted by jupiter.

SS: in my previous blog regarding the gas giants i talked about how i do not believe that the gas giant cores are rocky solid but rather is a radioactive plasma. according to NASA’s definition of a brown dwarf is “Clouds of collapsing gas and dust that did not contain enough mass to initiate core nuclear fusion.” well these molecular clouds are “plasma” .. therefore my theory that brown dwarf cores are radioactive plasma is proven by NASA’s definition of a brown dwarf. and i believe this also proves that the gas giant cores are also radioactive plasma. this is the reason that the gas giants have such strong magnetospheres and magnetic fields because the plasma cores are still in a swirling convection state.

SS: the formation of a brown dwarf  system and or our gas giant planets is much different process than the formaation earth planet or moon or even a comet. earth type planets, moon, and comets are plasma that is thrown out by the sun. because this piece of star [plasma is non-polarized it begins to interact with the “branes” “Higgs Boson Field” and collect ice dust from the star’s accretion disk around them and form ice globes. the earth was once one of these ice globes that did not start to animate until after the protostar ignition . the solar plasma thrown out by the proto-star is polarized as it gains mass and materializes into a pristine ice globe of a planet, or a moon, or a comet.

SS: a brown dwarf is formed by molecular clouds collapsing forming its convecting radioactive plasma core. for a brown dwarf to form a planet in orbit it must go through a process in which it throws out plasma mass into it’s accretion disk . the brown dwarf goes through a fueling stage but never acquires enough mass to become a star and therefore becomes a brown dwarf. it is during this more active fueling stage that the brown dwarf likely throws out some plasma into it’s accretion disk. once the brown dwarf fails to become a star then it is doomed to eventually use up it’s accretion disk and begin to lose convection and cool and shrink in size. it is doomed to become wandering planets unless your an andromedan and you could use them to send an entire mining space fleet into another stars accretion disk.

SS: the gas giants were formed due to the plasma core of the brown dwarf being separated into four parts and this formed the gas giants. the x-rays we are detecting in the auroras of the gas giants are the same kind of x-rays we are seeing from brown dwarfs. the x-rays are coming from their poles. these means the x-rays detected by chandra are from auroras at the brown dwarfs poles. our gas giants are cooled down and less convection than a brown dwarf and only one fourth of plasma in each core. we have a quad gas giant plasma core system.

Brown Dwarfs The flare observed by Chandra from LP944-20 could have its origin in the turbulent magnetized hot material beneath the brown dwarf’s surface. A sub-surface flare could conduct heat to the atmosphere, allowing electric currents to flow and produce an X-ray flare, like a stroke of lightning. Further observations of brown dwarf flares will be very important for understanding the development of strong magnetic fields and flaring activity in brown dwarfs and giant planets.

Puzzling X-rays from Jupiter Astronomers using the Chandra X-ray Observatory have spotted a mysterious pulsing x-ray beacon near the north pole of the giant planet. March 7, 2002: Every 45 minutes a gigawatt pulse of x-rays courses through the solar system. Astronomers are accustomed to such things. Distant pulsars and black holes often bathe the galaxy with blasts of x-radiation. But this time the source isn’t exotic and far away. It’s right here in our own solar system. “The pulses are coming from the north pole of Jupiter,” says Randy Gladstone, a scientist at the Southwest Research Institute and leader of the team that made the discovery using NASA’s orbiting Chandra X-ray Observatory.

The approximate size of a brown dwarf (center) compared to the sun (left) and Jupiter (right). Although brown dwarfs are similar in size to Jupiter, they are much more dense and produce their own light whereas Jupiter shines with reflected light from the sun. (Illustration: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss)

Chandra’s image of Jupiter provided some major surprises to scientists who study X-rays emanating from the planet. During the 10-hour observation which allowed Jupiter to complete an entire rotation, an X-ray hot spot that pulsated every 45 minutes was discovered near the north magnetic pole. Earlier theories held that X-rays were produced when particles flowing from Jupiter’s moon Io became trapped in Jupiter’s magnetic field. Now it appears that the particles must come from a much more distant source, such as the Sun, to explain the observed hot spot and pulsations. (NASA/SWRI/R.Gladstone et al., UV: NASA/HST/J.Clarke et al., Optical: NASA/HST/R.Beebe et al.)

The fifth planet away from the Sun, it is the largest planet in our solar system.