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Could we live and fit in the Common plasma Envelope of binary stars?

plasma cosmology common envelope

Today’s astronomers suggest the possibility of hospitable regions around bizarre binary companions such as white dwarf star WD 1856+534 with red giant gas planets. How is there enough energy for models to create the possibility of life without a nice bit of Solar energy? Even a brown dwarf, who somehow failed to make it as a proper star, the shame, can happily wander through interstellar space, having nothing to do with that nasty Gravity, just minding its own solar system business in rocky planets.

Scientists propose habitable zones located near the photosphere of a plasma common envelope and/or the electromagnetic layers of strange Suns.

Evolution or rapid electromagnetic Quantevolution?

Rapid electromagnetic evolution quantavolution Alfred de Grazia

Conclusions from the research paper ‘The origin of endothermy in synapsids and archosaurs and arms races in the Triassic’ suggest relatively very rapid evolution for creatures living, breeding and dying in planet Earth’s dielectric environments:
# Birds and mammals likely acquired endothermy (warm-bloodedness) at the same time.
# Life remodelled itself most significantly in the aftermath of the devastating end-Permian mass extinction.
# The switchover happened in parallel with a shift in posture from sprawling to parasagittal in both major lineages.

Ultra rapid or near instant evolution through changes in worldwide and local electromagnetic energies?

The Thunderbolts of the Gods kebab

The Thunderbolts of the Gods kebab

Saturn Polar shish kebabs? What are Saturnian planetary alignments such Talbott/Thunderbolts Saturn Polar Configuration or others proposed in the past? How do you physically get a BBQ style shish kebab of planets and keep the stack that way for 100’s or 1000’s of years?

How can orbits rapidly change whilst maintaining a shared common envolope of plamsaspheres and some of Earth’s environment to keep a few ancient humans safe to tell the tales? Welcome to Saturnian ShishkeBobs, my friend.

Jupiter, Destroyer of Worlds, May Have Paved the Way for Earth

jupiter Grand Tack Hypothesis Worlds in Collision Immanuel Velikovsky

Strange though it may seem, ignoring the amazing title let alone modern scientific theories in the article arguing for migrating and interacting planets including orbital resonance, published 2015 in Scientific American. Jupiter, Destroyer of Worlds, May Have Paved the Way for Earth written by Lee Billings. Strange though it may seem, Nebular Hypothesis with Grand …

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