Van Allen's Electric Universe belt

Van Allen’s Electric Universe belt

Local and in situ acceleration of elements to near light speed due to electromagnetic plasma cosmology, has been suggested for decades by Electric Universe theory.

we present observations from the Van Allen Probe satellites which show local acceleration acting to energize electrons to up to ultra-relativistic energies. For a broad range of the first adiabatic invariant, μ, the evolution of electron phase space density across the L* parameter shows signatures of local acceleration. Radiation belt electrons with energies up to 7 MeV can therefore be enhanced in situ.
Local heating of radiation belt electrons to ultra-relativistic energies

Van Allen's Electric Universe belt
Show the electron flux measured by the REPT instrument on NASA’s Van Allen Probe A and B for electron energies from 1.8 to 7.7 MeV. The geomagnetic activity on the 9 October, resulting from a period of strongly negative IMF Bz, produced an enhancement in the electron flux over a broad energy range, including at 7.7 MeV https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-18053-z

In natural processes similar to CERN the chemical elements are transformed by magnetic fields, plasma double layers etc.

A second geomagnetic storm occurred on the 13 October, and crucially, in the 2 days following the storm, the flux at 6.3 and 7.7 MeV exhibited a second enhancement. The combination of the two successive geomagnetic storms resulted in increased levels of ultra-relativistic radiation belt electrons, which persisted for more than a week, presenting an interesting period for study.
Local heating of radiation belt electrons to ultra-relativistic energies

The practical and repeated experiments from the SAFIRE plasma generator seem to confirm that elements can be transmuted by non-nuclear processes. This could also be happening in the strong electromagnetic fields and forces found in plasma cosmology objects and processes. In situ transmutation and acceleration of electrochemical compounds.

Figures 4 and 5 effectively demonstrate that local acceleration is capable of heating electrons to ~7 MeV as the phase space density profiles show signatures of local acceleration during both of the geomagnetic storms considered. The phase space density enhancements for higher energies followed the enhancements at lower energies. In Supplementary Note 8, additional analysis establishes that locally growing peaks are also observed for lower values of K, corresponding to radiation belt electrons confined closer to the equator.
Local heating of radiation belt electrons to ultra-relativistic energies

Van Allen belt plasma cosmology CERN

shows that electrons in the radiation belts can be accelerated to very high speeds locally. The study shows that magnetosphere works as a very efficient particle accelerator speeding up electrons to so-called ultra-relativistic energies.

Recent observations revealed that the energy of electrons in the belts can go up to so called ultra-relativistic energies. These electrons with temperatures above 100 Billion degrees Fahrenheit, move so fast that their energy of motion is much higher than their energy of rest given by Einstein’s famous E=mc2 formula. They are so fast that the time flow significantly slows down for these particles.

Scientists were surprised to find these ultra-relativistic electrons and assumed that such high energies can be only reached by a combination of two processes…

However, the new study shows that electrons reach such incredible energies locally, in the heart of the belts, by taking all this energy from plasma waves. This process turns out to be extremely efficient. The unexpected discovery of how acceleration of particles to ultra-relativistic energies operates in the near-Earth space, may help scientists understand the fundamental processes of acceleration on the Sun, near outer planets, and even in the distant corners of the universe where space probes cannot reach.
Giant particle accelerator in the sky | ScienceDaily

Those electrons may not be above 100 Billion degrees Fahrenheit, it all depends on how you interpret energy.