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Solar plasmoids

It is only mathematical constructs but repeatedly peer review science is modelling and suggesting more electromagnetic plasma structures in space. Including, in theory, plasmoids in solar current sheets. Plasma cosmologies?

The sun defies conventional scientific understanding. Its upper atmosphere, known as the corona, is many millions of degrees hotter than its surface. Astrophysicists are keen to learn why the corona is so hot …

The scientists found that formation of magnetic bubbles known as plasmoids in a conducting fluid like plasma—the hot, charged state of matter composed of free electrons and atomic nuclei that the sun is made of—can affect the development of turbulence within the fluid. The turbulence then influences how heat flows through the sun and other astrophysical objects.

The new findings suggest that the formation of plasmoids in elongated current sheets within the plasma helps change large turbulent eddies into smaller whirlpool-like structures. This process creates localized intense electric current sheets in the plasma that affect the rate at which magnetic energy dissipates in the sun as it flows toward the corona.
New findings reveal the behavior of turbulence in the exceptionally hot solar corona

As suggested, the understanding and language used by scientists is becoming more like an Electric Universe. The work the article is based on does use Magnetohydrodynamics but the essence is the same.

Solar plasmoids

The plasmoid instability in evolving current sheets has been widely studied due to its effects on the disruption of current sheets, the formation of plasmoids, and the resultant fast magnetic reconnection … At a sufficiently large magnetic Reynolds number the combined effects of dynamic alignment and turbulent intermittency lead to a copious formation of plasmoids in a multitude of intense current sheets. The disruption of current sheet structures facilitates the energy cascade towards small scales, leading to the breaking and steepening of the energy spectrum. In the plasmoid-mediated regime, the energy spectrum displays a scaling that is close to the spectral index -2.2 as proposed by recent analytic theories.
Role of the Plasmoid Instability in Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence