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Super-Jupiters are Brown Dwarfs in Stellar Metamorphosis

Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski

It is pointed out using the general theory of stellar metamorphosis that there is no difference between super Jupiters and Brown Dwarf stars. They are the same objects. As well, this is just a smaller reasoning inside of a much larger worldview, stars themselves are the young, hot, big exoplanets. Thus stars were never mutually exclusive of planets/exoplanets. A diagram is presented to show that super Jupiters and Brown dwarfs fit in the exact same spot on the stellar evolution (planet formation) diagram.

Comments: 1 Page. illustrative diagram

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[v1] 2017-07-22 16:13:05

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