The 12th Planetís Core     

Planetary Dynamics of the 12th Planet

 

   Scientists who have been observing and studying the 12th planet on the remote continent of Antarctica, International Space Station and the observatories located in Chilean Andes outside of the public eye for the last several years, because of its southern approach from below the ecliptic plane, have many questions. Starting with what processes are occurring inside the core that can account for its rotation, internal production of moderate heat & light, and intense magnetic & gravitational fields and yet allow life to exist?

   The first feature is its variable period of rotation, a new concept, because the 12th planet moves vast distances between both stellar objects in this binary star system, the gravitational and repulsive forces that various parts of the core are attracted and repulsed to in the universe change slightly. These forces initiate the spin within the core as internal mass moves towards the target of attraction and then overshoots, reinforcing its circular motion, which drives the inner core, hence dragging the massive crust, the determinate for the slow rotational period. While parked next to the Sun, the  rotational period of the 12th planet is increasing slowly due the greater forces at play. Presently the 12th planet rotates slowly in a clockwise direction matching its orbital path around the Sun and counter in direction to the Earth.

   Contrary to current theories, rotational momentum was not conserved from the Big Bang, but the by the motion of particle movement that naturally spins about a 3 dimensional wave like format initially within a medium, then increases by conservation of momentum as planet volume shrinks in relation to its mass as it cools. The rotational velocity of a planet is determined primarily by the coreís mass, its compression, the torque with its equivalent force, the viscosity of the liquid core, the frictional coefficient between the crust and the core, the ratio of heavy elements to light, the percentage of iron or other elements capable of magnetic properties, and the total mass vs. the average density, mass and thickness of the crust. The crust increases over time in thickness and mass of the crust increases and the mass of the driving core decreases thus the rotation of the crust slows. This is why the gas planets in this system with their large planetary mass rotates rapidly, because their outer layers are composed of lighter elements and a similar basic core contains a small amount of heavy element mixed with compressed light elements, thus the torque load on the core is lighter in relationship to the rocky inner planets. If you consider that the terrestrial planets had to collapse in radii more than the gas planets when coalescing. The greater differential in reduction of the radius of mass, the greater the velocity of rotation, but observation reveals something different.

   The second feature, internal production of moderated heat and low planetary light is new, as the only intermediary presently known in Earth science is between a planet and star is a brown dwarf. The fusion process and minimum stellar mass for a light element compressed cosmic object to light and heat have many variables. Even though we have a working example, the Sun little is known about its internal  fusion processes.

   The fusion reaction is initiated by gravitational or total mass compression that surrounds the zone of reaction within the core, is correct, but there are other factors that need to be considered. Current theories do not contemplate a fuel source with no dampener, would controlled expansion be balanced by your definition of gravity as weak force, thus holding the strong nuclear force in equilibrium as demonstrated by a stable stellar shell maintaining a constant radius? The theory is incorrect.

   Energy production within the core of a cosmic object was first touched upon and explained on an elementary level in the Fusion Process, so lets add a little more detail. The process of sustained energy production is initialized immediately after a localized Big Bang and how the formation of a cosmic object condenses either forming an object similar to planets or as some variable leading up to where the mass lights as a star or explodes. The basic determining parameters are: composition of the core, rate of mixing due to forces surrounding the star, percentage of heavy elements related to iron compared to the rest of light elements, the strength of its magnetic field across a defined cubic area, the average amount of nuclei that can fuse within the compression zone, the average amount of mass separating hydrogen undergoing reactions vs. replacement nuclei filling the void, the ratio of the radius of the total core of heavy elements to the radius of where fusion compression initiates, the mass of the core and the density of the outer layers and its available mass, and finally the gravitational force providing compression at the variable edge of the core. 

How does the 12th's core provide life support for the planet?

   The muted reaction within the core large mass with a solid crust changes the dynamics of a brown dwarf usually composed of light elements on the outer shell. During the 12th's creation its gravitational pull was able to attract scattered hydrogen clouds, which reacted to the oxygen being release from heated iron oxide that sank deep within the core. Ignition of the captured hydrogen and released oxygen rained water down from the upper atmosphere cooling the crust and the water pooled into shallow seas while thrusting the crust upward forming small land masses about the surface. General details concerning this process is found in planetary formation.

   With reaction rate is tempered by the increased level of heavy elements within the core, the change from the normal definition of a brown dwarf is the venting of heat and light easily permeates the light gas element of stellar objects, so how does this now work with a solid crust? On the 12th, venting forces breaks at weak points in the crust, which is similar to Earth, the seabed where the crust it is the thinnest. It is here that fissures form that allow a transfer of heat and light diffuse outward towards the planetary surface.

Fissures

   The fissures formed as the newly harden crust cracked and little venting rifts occurred compressing other areas of the crust together to relieve the stress area were thrust upwards. As the waters rained down the crust cooled quickly and thicken, thus pressure escaping the rifts increases and widens the fissures. As the water accumulation on the surface accelerates during the formation process, the majority of the planetary crust is submerged. The pressure from the deeper waters keeps rift walls from falling back in and the constant channeled heat and light is transferred to pressurized water, which expands towards the surface transferring its heat without vaporization. If one was to view this from space there would be glowing translucent rifts below the surface of the shallow oceans where gentle currents create an iridescence along the length of the rifts. The fissures created that eventually became the land masses either formed rift valleys creating a water flow into lakes or empties into the oceans. It is the creation of these rifts as the crust thrusts the land masses upwards from the heat and pressures of the core that formed geological surface formations as on opposed to Earth where continental drift was responsible.

   It is the warm oceans and seas that maintain the atmospheric heat, which is quickly lost into space. It is the rising heated waters moving towards the surface that maintain ocean currents. The resultant water vapor as it rises into the atmosphere, cools and then precipitates maintains an equilibrium, creating the occasional groupings of clouds. Once push up over solid land masses due to a more efficient heat transfer through the crust, the clouds are pushed via updrafts then sheds moisture and it rains. Winds develop only when differentials between the land and oceans vary by significant amounts as variations in the core heat various parts of the crust unevenly periodically.

   It is only with advanced technology by retarding the heat and light loss by artificially means has the atmosphere and planetary surface temperatures stabilized. 

The Magnetic Properties of the 12th Planet's Core

   The intense magnetic field created by the massive iron laden core is responsible for some of the unique surface properties and its envelope of iron oxide dust and fragments that are maintained in space. The pressurized sea water agitated by the extreme heat is bathed by the magnetic field emanating from the core. Thus the sea water is energized and as the pressure decreases while rising in the water column and currents pull the water away from direct contact of the magnetic field leakage through the fissures, energy is released is primarily in the form of light. This light source similar to our dawn is the basis for the unique large slow growing plant life on the 12th planet. The leaves have more surface area and darker colors, which is needed to absorb the lower intensity light.

   The magnetic field presents spectacular auroras when in close proximity of our Sun and deflects life threatening most of the intense particle flows directed at the planet. It is also responsible holding the massive cloud of magnetized iron oxide particulates, gathered when its passage through our solar system  encountered the asteroid belt and all of its debris. It is only during a close pass of a planetary gravitational field is the red dust stripped away. Only in legend, the Exodus, is it recorded on Earth as it with rain washes quickly away, but Mars with little weathering on its surface remains covered with it, exhibited by its distinctive color.

To examine the internal fusion process of a star, we will look at several phases in the life of a star. 

What causes a star to light and when this process occur?

Details on how this occurs is available under link: Stellar and Planetary Formation.  

Can a mass the size of our Sun fail to light under certain conditions? 

     Where does a brown dwarf fit into stellar evolution?

Can a mass similar to the size of our Sun fail to light? 

   If a cosmic mass does not light in the beginning of a localized big bang, it remains dark during the existence of the galaxy or independent cluster until is eventually captured by the galactic black hole and then recycled for the next localized Big Bang. This anomaly is created by heavy elements overwhelming the ratio of light elements within the gravitational compression zone of cosmic object core, thus energy production shuts down or is shunted. For the stellar mass, gravitational force is an important factor for stellar energy to be produced in a cosmic mass as with mankind's theories, but the heavy elements absorb too much of the electron stream to allow electron field sharing and transmutation of light elements to the heavier and the resultant energy release is absorbed by the stellar mass and thus does not light.  There are occurrences where a star may light in rare instances, but for a relatively short period for stellar evolution and where it just emits winks of light and eventually sputters out. Under mankind's theories any mass that creates sufficient compression would light until it dies and this is false. 

Where does a Brown Dwarf fit into stellar evolution? 

   Mankind and his current science has always been fascinated by the theories and a designate that states an absolute number or point. So lets examine a few of  the biggest flaws, absolute zero and the singularity. Addressing absolute zero, a theoretical point of temperature where all molecular activity stops and the singularity, where all matter within the universe is compressed to an infinite number, but yet exists as a single point in space and time. Molecular motion will always approaches zero, but will never get there. The more refined your instruments get and the more heat you remove from a controlled space the more you will find subtle activity. The singularity is counter to your most basic rule in physics, matter cannot not be created. Why is there a contradiction?  In all of your wisdom, do you really think all the matter and energy of the universe can be compressed to an infinitesimally small point? What needs to be considered is that many variations that occur and there no absolutes. So lets look at the reality of a solid brown dwarf that can support life.

   The Brown Dwarf is just an intermediary in the process of how a star produces heat, light and other types of energies. With the heavy elements muting the reaction in the core in relation to the carrying capacity of the mass, less for light element based as opposed to solid heavy mass based object. Creation of a self contain heat and suppressed light emission in conjunction to the thick crust shielding high energy particle releases. This hybrid planetary - brown dwarf stellar combination is one of the many infinite varieties of cosmic objects this universe offers. Odd in mankind's definition of science, but still it is there.

   With liquid water, oxygen and a light source this planet has all the parameters to harbor life and does.

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