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Is that possible in EU theory?
I'm asking because I was reading about stellar black holes in the news
and I don't understand why plasmoids would form outside of galactic centers..
or at all for that matter.
- The Great Dog
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Double layers are the key when it comes to celestial objects.
"When plasmas move through dusty gas clouds, those clouds become ionized, generating electric currents. Electric currents, in turn, generate electromagnetic fields that confine plasmas into coherent filaments known as Birkeland currents. Birkeland currents compress galactic plasmas into strands that can remain collimated over great distances."
https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2018/0 ... ic-ions-5/
From what I understand, a cross-section through a Birkeland current filament is a galaxy. Why not dark mode galaxies and stars? Looking at most journals, it's hard to tell if there are any.
- JP Michael
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As far as I can recollect from some of Don Scott's presentations, plasmas will go from dark to glow mode as they increase in energy-density due to higher energy electrons emitting photons as they undertake de-energisation. This is especially prominent in plasma Z-pinch locations, such as Scott hypothesises for our sun and a myriad of other visible 'glow-mode' stars and space plasmas.
Could lower energy-density dark-mode stars and plasma filaments exist? SAFIRE shows they are possible, but whether that means they are probable depends on one's conversion of the SAFIRE electric sun model to actual stellar electric models, which are by no means identical.
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