As of today the Plasmoid at the center of the Milky Way has been relatively dormant in its current Plasma Crystal configuration. However, devouring this new matter could result in reawakening it to become Active Galactic Nucleus. The effect of the Milky Way going AGN is one possibility that may have created the "ancient catastrophe" remembered by our ancestors.
Someone has mentioned the work of Paul Laviolette before and as a quick refresher his work on "Galactic Superwave" can be found here:
sjw40364 wrote:Well, if the galaxy is 100 million light years across then what we are seeing now happened over 50 million years ago. A plasma cloud accelerating into the plasma torus at the galactic core would more than likely release a lot of energy, followed perhaps by quasar ejection if there is enough plasma. Being the entire galaxy is interconnected, there is no telling if a surge of energy might cause our sun to increase in output slowly over years or suddenly and dramatically.
Won't be the first catastrophe to strike our solar system and probably not the last. Maya say Dec 21st 2012
Dear Dr. LaViolette,
I am very interested in your galactic super wave theory and have read many of your articles. Recently I came across a BBC news article "Supermassive black hole will eat gas cloud" from last year:
and I was wondering if you had heard of this discovery yet? Do you believe that this could perhaps trigger such a super wave you have postulated (obviously this would have aleardy happened in the past)?
I do not fully agree with the article as I am not quite convinced of the existence of black holes. However, I find it interesting that essentially a plasma cloud (which they refer to as "hot gas") will interact with Sagittarius A* as soon as 2013 having a direct effect on us in the near future (they believe we will see an increased output of x-rays). That is, if an interaction will even occur as "Our observations tightly constrain the cloud’s orbit to be highly eccentric, with an innermost radius of approach of only ~3,100 times the event horizon that will be reached in 2013." In other words it will not get in direct contact with the center.
Three questions arise: (a) can a plasma cloud as such act as a trigger to a galactic super wave; (b) does it have to come into direct contact with the center; and (c) is the mass equivalent to three earths even enough to trigger such a super wave?
If you have time to look into this matter I would very much appreciate it.
Hi Solar,Dear Mr. --,
Superwaves are triggered by circumstances within the Mother star, not likely due to circumstances external. When the mother star's mass grows sufficiently through internal matter creation to cause its genic energy output to exceed a stable threshold, it will enter the high energy active quasar-like state.
A gas cloud of the sort they propose would be blown away by the high velocity wind that continually pours out from Sgr A*. If something happens next year, it will not be due to this gas cloud.
nick c wrote:Hi Solar,
It is apparent from his response to your query that Dr. LaViolette's ideas are not congruent with the Electric Universe. He rejects "circumstances external" as having a role, i.e. galactic Birkeland currents and resorts to matter creation in the center as the stellar modus operandi.
A gas cloud of the sort they propose would be blown away by the high velocity wind that continually pours out from Sgr A*.
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