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I was born under a wandering brown dwarf star

Could wandering brown dwarf stars sustain life in their plasma sheath?

Could they transfer life around the galaxy and universe?

Could rogue stars including brown dwarfs have seeded our solar system, other galaxies and the universe?

brown dwarf star saturn theoryif Jupiter and its moons were an independent system in interstellar space, then that huge magnetosphere or plasma sheath would glow red in the galactic circuit and Jupiter would be considered a brown dwarf star.

The inner moons of Jupiter would bask in the enveloping warm glow of that plasma sheath. It’s the ideal location for life to exist
Juno Arrives at Electric Jupiter | Thunderbolts Space News

Wallace Thornhill in the Thunderbolts Space News video below gives a simple good explanation and view of what this could mean.

Some plasma mythology researchers have also suggested that ancient peoples experiences may reflect living in a giant planets plasmasphere. The abundance of plants and life suited to the red light, no stars in the sky then the signs and wonders of the heavens being revealed, the Golden Age etc.

I was born under a wandering brown dwarf star

If astronomers observed Saturn and Jupiter in another solar system they would consider them a class of brown dwarf star. But because they know from visual observations and the nebula theory of planet formation that they are not failed stars, they have to be gas giant planets. That have all the characteristics of a brown dwarf.

Planets form through the coalescence of small rocky or icy bodies in a disk around a star, whereas brown dwarfs form by collapsing from a cloud of dust and gas. Recent discoveries of large gaseous planets near stars may have cast some doubt on this distinction, however.
Brown Dwarfs | Chandra

brown dwarf star jupiter saturnThe Thunderbolts version of the Electric Universe theory suggests that our planet may have its original parent as a brown dwarf star (they suggest in a planetary configuration with Saturn) and was captured or encountered the Sun and this solar system.

People may also argue or suggest other dwarf stars and even Jupiter as the wandering original star. Other recent discoveries have allowed for other space plasma formations such as Herbig–Haro objects (HH) to be suggested and discussed as an original parent and transfer system for planet Earth.

What would it have been like living in the magnetosphere of a brown dwarf star?