The Second Sun

A study shows that there was a second sun (star) in the solar system used to orbit in the asteroid belt, between Mars and Jupiter, around 200 million years ago.

Published: January 15, 2014
Last Updated: March 22, 2017

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Observations have shown that the source of the material that makes up debris disks is a companion star. So if there were no companion star (second sun) in the solar system, the asteroid belt wouldn't have existed!


The Earth 200 million years ago: 2 suns, one sun sets and the other sun immediately rises

QUOTE: "according to oxygen isotope records, early Earth surface temperatures could have been as high as 45 85 degrees C!" -- On the other hand, it is said that the early Sun was cool, giving only about 70% of solar heat, or even less. What was the source of that extra heat?


Mars is red because it is full of rust. The only confirmed source of rust is dying stars; so it must have got it from a dying star. The closer the inner planet to the asteroid belt, the more rust it has on its surface, and because Mars is the closest planet to the asteroid belt, it has rust more than any other planet.


 What happened to the atmosphere of Mars?
NASA studied the atmosphere of Mars and concluded that it was stripped from the top: "The enrichment of heavier isotopes measured in the dominant carbon-dioxide gas points to a process of loss from the top of the atmosphere"

But how this can happen: "a process that is thought to be driven by interactions with the solar wind."

Note that the so called -- solar wind -- isn't wind at all, but a solar radiation of charged particles.

Because of this unexplained phenomenon, some scientists think that the solar wind of the existing sun was much stronger in the past. If this was the case, it would have affected the atmosphere of Earth much more than Mars', and for the simple reason: Earth is much closer to the sun than Mars.


The planet Jupiter is still in a gas form because it is far away from the sun; but why are the moons of Jupiter very much similar to terrestrial planets? The moon of Jupiter Io has over 400 "active" volcanoes! These moons were originally planets of the second sun.


The solar system might have been in this layout in the beginning when the second sun was fully functioning. The two stars orbit each other around a common center of mass. The gas giants orbit the two stars; Jupiter and Saturn were very far away from their current position; and they kept moving inward as the second sun loses mass.


The Permian Triassic extinction event that took place around 250 million years ago is the worst and longest lasting disaster to ever hit the earth. It wiped out almost all life on earth, including insects. It took the earth about 30 million years to recover. This event was caused by the dying second sun.

Isotopes found in some Permian-Triassic rocks point to space as the source of the extinction!

The Permian - Triassic Extinction Event
"It was almost the perfect crime. Some perpetrator -- or perpetrators -- committed murder on a scale unequaled in the history of the world. They left few clues to their identity, and they buried all the evidence under layers and layers of earth. The case has gone unsolved for years -- 250 million years, that is."

When the second sun entered its final period of life, it started firing neutron and gamma rays at the earth and tore it apart, as well as the other inner planets, creating open areas and trenches in the crust, all the way down to the mantle. And via these open areas and trenches, asteroids and meteoroids from the second sun have gone into the earth's mantle, caused the sea floor to form and mountains to rise; plus the lowlands and mountains on the other inner planets. As a result, all inner planets have expanded. And because of the water on Earth, continental drift started.


The above picture shows the orbit of a metal (iron) asteroid in the main asteroid belt, called, Psyche. It is almost in the middle of the belt. It has a diameter of about 250 km. It has "not" been visited or investigated yet. It could be the inner core of the second sun or a major part of it.


Earthquakes, Tsunamis and volcanic eruptions are caused by distant dying stars, most likely pulsars or stars with the same attributes and behavior, firing neutron and gamma rays at the earth, penetrating the earth atmosphere and going all the way down to the earth's mantle, causing ionization of gases inside the mantle that lead to an increase in gas volume or pressure. What makes these rays to go undetected is that the chemical reactions inside the mantle do not occur instantly. And because of the time the chemical reactions take to show up, earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions do not appear, from the general observation, to have any relation with cosmic rays in space.


Signs of a second sun can be found everywhere!

QUOTE: "The carbon in your proteins, calcium in your bones, oxygen you breathe, iron in your blood, and almost all the other atoms in your body were manufactured inside a star!"

The difference however between what we have here and what is mentioned in the quote above is about the manufacturing date and the place of the factory. It is thought that it has happened "billions" of years ago, in an unknown place in space, whereas we say it happened 200 million years ago only, and inside the solar system. In addition, the mentioned elements are attributed to an unknown star that has gone supernova explosion, but we say the star does not have to explode as supernova in order to produce these chemical elements and others.


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