HOW STARS ARE FORMED
This is a brief excerpt from The SAFIRE Project presentation at the November 2019 GlobalBEM Conference in the Netherlands. Dr. Michael Clarage presents a simple overview of two possible models for the formation of stars.
Ah back in the good old days when people could be in large meetings together!
It seems Dr Clarage presented an either / or scenario. I would opt for an 'and' scenario. Sure, conventional fusion occurs in the dense core (there are neutrinos produced after all), while the 'surface' - which is much wilder and energetic that it should be - has huge magnetic, electrical and probably LENR and hydrino effects occurring.