Electric Universe theory

Could we live and fit in the Common plasma Envelope of binary stars?

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Today’s astronomers suggest the possibility of hospitable regions around bizarre binary companions such as white dwarf star WD 1856+534 with red giant gas planets. How is there enough energy for models to create the possibility of life without a nice bit of Solar energy? Even a brown dwarf, who somehow failed to make it as a proper star, the shame, can happily wander through interstellar space, having nothing to do with that nasty Gravity, just minding its own solar system business in rocky planets.

Scientists propose habitable zones located near the photosphere of a plasma common envelope and/or the electromagnetic layers of strange Suns.

A new chronology for Saturn Configurations

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Using the heliocentric cratering model to date moons in accepted chronology, may need to be modified. If impact material has been more recently catastrophically created then the history of Saturn’s moons could be very much younger. Other parent planets also?

The infinite effects of the Gravity or Magnetoelectric Universe?

Electric Plasma Universe

2 of the 4 fundamental forces are suggested to have an infinite range of effect, action at an infinite distance. These are the mysterious Universal Constant forces that are Gravity and the perhaps slightly more understood forces that are electromagnetic in nature. I am a betting man. Sometimes I even like a drunken gamble. There is a difference.

Turning Io into an electric generator

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It could be Jupiter’s moons and surprising tidal gravity heating effects.

Or scientists can seemingly ignore everything they have actually measured in their surprising observable solar system. Was every single discovery of the Io Jupiter plasmoids circuit a surprise and not initially predicted? It is all models and which construct you go with.

Dusty plasma cosmology: Birkeland star filaments

Dusty plasma cosmology Birkeland filaments

As predicted by plasma based cosmologies the electric stars are powered externally by electromagnetic filaments (Birkeland currents). Astronomers have discovered a vast structure in our galaxy, made up of many interconnected “nurseries” where stars are born. The long, thin filament of gas is a whopping 9,000 light-years long and 400 light-years wide. What we’ve observed …

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