Transcript for scene 55 of the video " The Incredible Experience vs Ice Age - part 2" by Rolf Witzsche  

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The reason is inherent in plasma physics

The large red dwarf, in this example, is the parent star Gliese 229A. It is 69% as large in diameter than the Sun, and is 59% as large in mass, with a surface temperature of 3,600 degrees. The small companion star, Gliese 229-B, in comparison, is roughly the size of Jupiter. It is a mere 10% of the size of the Sun. Its low-level plasma fusion generates a surface temperature of less than a thousand degrees.

Here a problem would begin if the small brown star did not have the gravitational pressure within it, to cause the fissioning of the atomic elements to happen, that it attracts and would surely attract in close proximity to another star, which in part it would also synthesize itself. As a consequence, the atomic elements would accumulate within such a star, which would render these stars extremely-high-density stars, which they are. The small brown stars are believed to contain 50 times more mass than Jupiter. Such an extremely dense mass in atomic elements would cause the star to eventually fission in a supernova explosion. But this doesn't happen. The reason is inherent in plasma physics.


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