”Wal Thornhill” wrote:So to use our situation [The planet Earth] as a measure of a normal planetary system will give wildly misleading ideas of how life begins and estimates of the likelihood of life elsewhere in the universe..
A brown dwarf star is a bit like the planet Jupiter, larger but not big enough in conventional astrophysics to become a star from thermonuclear processes EU theory dismisses stars being products of thermonuclear processes anyway. And this is important for us here! We accept it! And accept the EU theory that stars get their energy from electricity flowing into them from outside.”Wal Thornhill” wrote: the most benign situation for life in an ELECTRIC UNIVERSE® is inside the electrical cocoon of a brown dwarf star.
Again go with the flow.”Wal Thornhill” wrote: Radiant energy is then evenly distributed over the entire surface of any planet orbiting within the chromosphere of such a star, regardless of axial rotation, tilt, or orbital eccentricity.
The exceedingly thin atmosphere of such stars has the essential water and carbon compounds to mist down onto planetary surfaces. The reddish light is ideal for photosynthesis
Now this..”Wal Thornhill” wrote: Such a model provides one reason why the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) project is unlikely to succeed. Any advanced civilization on such a planet will be unaware that the universe exists outside its own stellar environment, and radio communication through the glow discharge of the star is impossible!
Simply put the source of the stars energy, heat and light is from outside, not an internal thermonuclear process... so given the brown dwarf's “electrical cocoon “ how is it powered?”Wal Thornhill” wrote:Plasma physicists argue that stars are formed by an electromagnetic “pinch” effect on widely dispersed gas and dust. The “pinch” is created by the magnetic force between parallel current filaments that are part of the huge electric currents flowing inside a galaxy.
That's the first QED contradiction.
”Wal Thornhill” wrote: We are not hopelessly isolated in time and space on a tiny rock, orbiting an insignificant star in an insignificant galaxy. We are hopefully connected with the power and intelligence of the universe.
We are not? But an exception - “our situation [The planet Earth] as a measure of a normal planetary system “ normal planets it seems are not “connected” but “hopelessly isolated”.. so Thornhill's hope is vain, most other intelligences in his universe are in an “electrical cocoon “ … “communication ... is impossible” An empty hope if not a contradiction.
Yet these brown dwarfs now have no power supply running in, if they did the inhabitants would be aware... so they would not last long! If at all get going. Nothing can get out, and one assumes nothing can get in. But we can see Brown Dwarfs … some light gets out! “ the glow discharge” - oops! though “radio communication through the glow discharge of the star is impossible” Why? Well common sense. We cant see stars in daylight. But we can! In radio frequencies. We actually can see the moon in daylight. And Brown Dwarfs are dim, and brown – of limited frequencies... only if the “electrical cocoon “ is absolute can no communication be possible. But it is not , we can see Brown Dwarfs, and should then see the effects of civilizations on them. The earth is now a stronger source of certain frequencies than the sun. These last points are not QED contradictions but a problem for EU.
Here is the QED. Power for stars comes from outside, Brown Dwarf stars are absolutely cocooned, yet we can see them, and in order to be a star in EU must be “connected”.
Contradiction – QED.