Plasma circuits

Birkeland Nebula

Veil Nebula plasma kristian birkeland filaments currents

Called the Veil Nebula, the debris is one of the best-known supernova remnants, deriving its name from its delicate, draped filamentary structures … This close-up look unveils wisps of gas … The nebula lies along the edge of a large bubble of low-density gas … In this image, red corresponds to the glow of hydrogen, …

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Volcanic plumes lightning

Volcanic Lightning

Volcanic lightning from or to volcanic plumes and dirty thunderstorms is always impressive. In the National Geographic 2017 photography competition these electrical discharges even won the categories of Nature and Grand Moff Winner. Where does the massive amounts of electromagnetic energy come from? And all the chemical elements? In a circuit to all those plasma …

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Birkeland’s cosmic web

cosmic web birkeland plasma

Is there a cosmic web of Birkeland filaments? The hidden tendrils of dark matter that underlie the visible Universe may have been traced out for the first time. Cosmology theory predicts that galaxies are embedded in a cosmic web of “stuff”, most of which is dark matter. Astronomers obtained the first direct images of a …

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Flux Transfer Events: AC/DC?

Flux Transfer Events FTEs

Flux Transfer Events appear to regularly connect planet Earth with the Sun.Every few minutes there is a massive flow or exchange of power/current from our planet to our plasma star, plasma cosmology. Is this a DC circuit or in an Electric Universe is this an AC circuit?

Electric star types

Electric sun star types

What are the electric stars types? What does the physical nature of an electric sun mean? The quotes below are from Wal Thornhill’s The Star ‘Proto-Saturn’ video presentation at a Thunderbolts Project EU Workshop. These notes start around 7:40 minutes in the video below. This is a good introduction to the subject and gives further …

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