How The Earth Got Its Water

There is only one place in the known universe that is capable of covering a planet sized object in a body of water. - The plasma coma of a brown dwarf star.

Brown dwarf stars exhibit spectral bands that show they are nothing but a huge pile of methane and water, with a photosphere temperature of only 1250.6 ºF.   Some brown dwarfs have been detected with temperatures as low as 350ºF.

To put that in perspective, the temperatures in the upper thermosphere of the Earth can range from about 500° C (932° F) to 2,000° C (3,632° F) or higher.  A planet like Earth could literally orbit inside the photosphere of a brown dwarf quite comfortably - Which is precisely where the Earth got its massive bodies of water from.

If the Earth was to orbit inside the plasma coma of a brown dwarf star, it would be shrouded in a constant red glow (perfect for plant growth), while a constant water/hydrocarbon rain poured down on the planet.  Gee, that would also explain how the earth got its vast oil and gas reserves too!

Of course, oil and water don’t mix.  The two would separate, leaving the oily products to sludge over and seep into the crust while the water collected in basins; thus, giving us oil fields and oceans.

Indeed, such an ocean forming theory (which is more like a fact than a theory, since it is the only plausible explanation) when taken in conjunction with the Electric Universe theory of planet and star formation, can clearly account for every detail of Earth geology.

This theory is the only plausible explanation for how the Earth acquired its vast bodies of water and hydrocarbons.  Don’t be fooled by the outlandish fairy tales told by mainstream cosmologists that postulate such nonsense as a bombardment of comets or a massive planetary collision forming the moon and the oceans.  Such theories are predicated on absolutely zero evidence and a litany of hypothetical constructs.

There is only one kind of place in the universe that can cover a planet in water, and those kinds of places also happen to be among the most numerous locations in the universe.  Brown dwarf stars are postulated to be among the most numerous astronomical bodies in the universe.

So, if the Earth got its oceans and vast oil reserves by orbiting inside the plasma coma of a brown dwarf star – WHERE’S THE STAR?  Obviously the Earth is not orbiting inside the plasma coma of a brown dwarf star today, so this begs the question of where did it go?

The answer, if you believe in the Electric Universe theory of star formation, is quite simple.  The Earth was at one point a planet of Saturn, which itself was at one point a brown dwarf star.  Since EU theory postulates that the only difference between a brown dwarf star and a gas giant planet is where the star happens to be located (either inside the influence of a sun’s heliosphere or outside), this clearly could explain where Earth’s progenitor brown dwarf star went.

If Saturn was a brown dwarf star that was electrically captured by the Sun at one point in its distant past, the answers to all the riddles of Earth’s history can suddenly be interpreted in a new totally rational way.  Suddenly we can see why there was an ice age that covered the Earth in glaciers (as Saturn was captured by the Sun, its plasma coma and heat would have died out, leaving the Earth naked and cold in deep space as it hurtled toward the Sun).  We can see clear reasons for the mass extinction events.  We can see clear reasons for why dinosaur fossils are routinely found in oil fields.  Everything becomes clear.

For a complete theory of Earth history based on this framework, check out Jno Cook’s website.

For a tutorial on Electric Universe theory / Plasma Cosmology, see this video:

Dr. Donald Scott presents the Electric Universe theory to astronomers at the NASA Goddard Space Center.