Transcript for scene 40 of the video " The Incredible Experience vs Ice Age - part 2" by Rolf Witzsche  

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The star Betelgeuse is of the same category

The star Betelgeuse is of the same category, together with countless more like it. Betelgeuse is an inactive giant that is 1180 times larger in diameter, than the Sun, and is thereby only 120,000 times more luminous with its low surface temperature of only 3,300 degrees, instead of the million times greater luminosity it could have.

In mainstream cosmology, the inactive super-giants are deemed to be stars that have consumed their hydrogen fuel, and have begun burning helium instead. The concept renders them as candidates for future supernova explosions when their helium fuel is exhausted, whereby the stars are deemed to contract. In plasma cosmology, however, where stars are recognized as spheres of plasma, which do not burn themselves out and collapse, the supernova phenomenon is far-less exotic. It may be caused by a wayward planet colliding with the plasma-sphere of a sun. In the collision, its atomic elements would become crushed by the star's internal gravity in a chain-reaction nuclear-fission event that would be similar to a planet size atomic bomb going off. 

I am bringing this up, because we might be seeing the same type of nuclear fission process happening on the very small scale, in the giant inactive stars. An inactive star attracts atomic elements with its gravity, from its surroundings, and crushes their atomic structures with gravitational pressure within its plasma sphere. While this is possible, it would likely result in a lower temperature than 3,300 degrees, which means that the giant stars are powered by low-level plasma fusion instead.


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