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    Default jupiter igniting is it becoming true and what effects will it have?



    evidence of jupiter becoming hotter is factual. With the sun discharging more energy then normal can it be supplying jupiter with enough energy to ignite as the poles of jupiter are increasingly getting hotter as with added red spots to the planet? If jupiter does ignite maybe into a brown dwarf I wonder will its moon europa be like an liquid moon or water world able to host life?

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    Jupiter would have to be mostly hydrogen and much more massive to light up a fusion generator at it's center,then there would be a miniature extra star in the solar system.

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    Jupiter would need to increase it's mass by approximately 50 times before it could ever become possible for it to create fusion. It is virtually impossible for it to ever get classified as a star, not even a brown dwarf.

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    Default black hole theory

    according to nassim haramein, who is getting great review in the world of physics, everything consists of a black whole at its centre, or point of singularity, everyone knows the power of a black hole is enless which explains why jupiter puts out 90% more of the suns energy than it takes in, therefore if it contains an infinite amount of power, as well as being fed by the suns ions it will eventually reach a point where it is able to have enough power.Also the heating caused by ions in the polar region could eventually cause combustion. and when speaking of mass and alot of other modern day ideologies you need to understand that our equations are faulty, we are using numbers that have been renormalized based on the idea that the smallest object the universe can create is plancks distance, which if you go with common theory the universe is infinite, in large format and small. so how do we assume we can know so much about the universe with flawed mathmatics

 

 

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