Magnetic
Flux
Tubes
It takes four hydrogen nuclei to make one
helium nuclei (plus energy).  In a fusion
reaction, each corner of the brane has one
hydrogen nuclei; the Heat force impacts each
hydrogen atom towards the center of the brane
in a revolving body. In this fusion reaction each
corner of the brane pushes the hydrogen nuclei
towards the middle with great force, and the
four hydrogen nuclei fuse at the same time to
create a helium nuclei and energy. From these
corners of the branes, the Heat force comes out
at an angle of forty-five degrees, fusing the
hydrogen nuclei.
Scientific studies are revealing that heat flows to
the surface of the Sun from the core by a helical
flow of plasma of ionized materials, through
tube-like cocoons, known as magnetic flux tubes
(MFT){10}.  The energy is transferred to the
solar surface by high speed electrons traveling
within these magnetic flux tubes, invisible tubes
of magnetic energy.
level that it becomes sensitive to magnetism and likes to flow like a liquid. An
analogy would be water flowing under pressure through a rubber hose.  
Magnetic flux tubes are of interest because of their close relation to their much
larger cousins: Sun Spots. By modeling MFT's it is hoped that more can be
learned about Sun Spots.
A large group of sunspots in year
2004. The grey area around the
spots can be seen very clearly, as
well as the granulation of the sun's
surface
Fig.6. This is a false
color satellite picture of
a solar prominence; the
left side shows the
magnetic flux-tube, and
on the right side, the
plasma flow coming out
of the flux tube, near the
center (13).
It can be suggested that sometimes the magnetic force from the MFT is
stronger or the flow bigger or both, the helical flow opens up on the
surface itself and form the sunspots. Sometimes the magnetic force is so
strong or the flow so big, or both, the helical flow goes right up into the
Chromosphere and Corona  making an arching prominence.
There are fusion experiments, where similar filamentary flux tubes have
been observed to emerge explosively from the hot plasma core and
connect to the cold wall (12). With high temperatures and strong magnetic
fields, a condition called “anomalous transport” (11) have been observed in
experimental plasmas confined by a magnetic “bottle” in a tokamak.
Transport of heat and particles in tokamaks is called ``anomalous''
because its properties were unexpected and are not understood.  
The thermo-nuclear reactor which I designed is call Flower Power, solves
these problems that the experimental physicists are having.
What Flower Power,  the heating device, will produce is what
is commonly known as a magnetic flux tube. These magnetic
flux tubes bring high-energy plasma material from the fusion
reaction, traveling within the channeled grooves, spiraling up
inside the chamber. I expect fusion reaction to start at about
1000 K, producing up to 1,000,000 K to 2,000,000 K of heat
energy (14). It will come out from the device, explosively, like
a solar flare from the flanged outlet.
The new findings show that MFTs seem to
account for a substantial part of the energy
needed to cause the very high temperature of
the corona, the outermost layer of the Sun's
atmosphere. Plasma is basically a gas whose
temperature has been raised to such a high
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More information on anomalous-transport
More information and video of MFT
Magnetic Flux Tube on scholarpedia