I haven't given thought to integrating Rodins work into my big picture jj, but I'd say
there must be a connection. Have to look into that, some time. My latest efforts have
been focused on...
The turbulent instabilities encountered in some of the fusion power devices may be
a problem for those scientists, but may be a serendipitous discovery for EU, or EMU
proponents. The formation of geometric, dusty plasma crystals in the curving magnetic
field of the Stelarator, including the Coulomb ball point to, IMO, a likely process
for planet formation.
I don't believe that planets are, or can be formed in the polar jets, and that the only
items 'ejected' from these jets are events and not things. They are the result of
slow and fast wave interaction in what is in effect the collimated beam of a backwards wave oscillator.
The only reasonable method of planet formation, given the observation of the multi-layer
structure of the planets observed at sufficient resolution, is through the creation of
geometric structures in an energised plasma in a curved
magnetic field. The Coulomb ball fits the bill. This has been proposed by others, but in my proposal the energetic torus is the producer of the 'dust' for the layers, and the confinement/acceleration vessel, and that the torus is of dipole antenna field origin.
Coulomb balls, planet formation.
The coagulation of charged aggregates consisting of micron-sized dust grains is an important process in fields as diverse as planet formation and plasma processing of silicon wafers for computer chips.
Dust Coulomb balls: three-dimensional plasma crystals.
(I wonder if Oliver Arp and Halton are related?)
O. Arp, D. Block, A. Piel, and A. Melzer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 165004 (2004)
The explanation of the existence of tori around many spherical objects is not correct,
and the Io plasma torus should not exist under the standard explanation. Some "other
effects" are conjectured. It is an EM structure, and the heavens are rife with them.
Drift resonance and stability of the Io plasma torus.
The observed local time asymmetry of the Io plasma torus is generally attributed to the presence of a persistent dawn-to-dusk electric field in the Jovian magnetosphere. The local time asymmetry is modulated at the System 3 rotation period of Jupiter's magnetic field, suggesting that the dawn-to-dusk electric field may be similarly modulated. We argue that such a System 3 modulation would have a profound disruptive effect on the observed torus structure if the torus were to corotate at exactly the System 3 rate: the torus would be a resonantly forced harmonic oscillator, and would disintegrate in a few rotation periods, contrary to observations. This destabilizing effect is independent of, and in addition to, the more familiar effect of the centrifugal interchange instability, which is also capable of disrupting the torus in a few rotation periods in the absence of other effects.
(I see Jupiter as having been much more active in the past, and therefor capable of having its own
highly energetic tori to create spherical moons)
If energies of 10^21 eV have been observed in galactic toruses, then matter is being created in those structures, and formed into crystals. Dusty plasma rings around stars are producing matter through photon pair production, not pulling it in from outside. We cant see the center of Galaxies
not because of accretion, but from copious creation.
Photon Pair production:
The threshold temperature for production of electrons is about 10^10 kelvins, 10^13 K for protons and neutrons, etc.
How many kelvins is 10^21 eV?
I am lead to believe then, that the planets were produced in times of a much increased electrical activity, and rather than having been spit out the poles and somehow migrating to the equatorial
regions, have always been equatorial, but can be nearer or further from the Sun as electrical
tension in the system changes.
In order to change an existing paradigm you do not struggle to try and change the problematic model. You create a new model and make the old one obsolete. -Buckminster Fuller