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Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Robertus Maximus » Fri Dec 14, 2018 9:23 am

Tangled magnetic fields power cosmic particle accelerators

Slowly but surely consensus astronomy is catching on, if wasn’t for those pesky black holes!

See:
http://www.everythingselectric.com/eie-66/
https://www6.slac.stanford.edu/news/2018-12-13-tangled-magnetic-fields-power-cosmic-particle-accelerators.aspx

"If it is a Magnetic Universe full of ionised plasma, could it be electrical in nature?"

It surely is.
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Michael Mozina » Fri Dec 14, 2018 1:03 pm

Robertus Maximus wrote:These movies show how distortions of the helical magnetic field of a cosmic jet (center) generate a strong electric field in the jet direction (left). The electric field boosts the energy of charged particles, effectively creating a dense electric current along the jet (right). (DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.121.245101)."


I suppose that it's progress that they're at least talking about the electric field and electric current, but they still have the magnetic cart in front of the electric horse. It's not distortions in the helical magnetic field that generates the electric field, it's the electric field that generates the helical magnetic fields, AKA "Birkeland currents".
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Robertus Maximus » Tue Mar 05, 2019 9:39 am

Forever blowing bubbles...

"Sixty-seven million light-years away, a galaxy is blowing enormous bubbles. We know what they are. Known as nuclear superbubbles, the structures are likely created by the supermassive black hole in the galaxy's centre. Now, thanks to new data, we know something incredible is occurring inside them.

"Observations from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory of spiral galaxy NGC 3079 have revealed that the bubbles are actually a huge cosmic particle accelerator, producing energetic high-speed particles around their edges.

"So astronomers took a look with Chandra, and found something strange in the data - features in the highest energy X-rays consistent with synchrotron emission. In other words, that there is a giant particle accelerator.

"In fact, this is the first direct evidence of synchrotron radiation emanating from galactic bubbles - although, oddly, it was only detected in one of them, the smaller one."

https://www.sciencealert.com/colossal-bubbles-blown-by-a-supermassive-black-hole-are-a-cosmic-particle-accelerator

https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.3847/1538-4357/ab010a

No mention of Birkeland Currents or a central galactic plasmoid.

"Time - and more research - is bound to reveal more about these fascinating structures, along with providing some firm answers."

Don't hold your breath...
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Zyxzevn » Tue Mar 05, 2019 11:45 am

Robertus Maximus wrote:"In fact, this is the first direct evidence of synchrotron radiation emanating from galactic bubbles - although, oddly, it was only detected in one of them, the smaller one."

I think that this means that the bubbles are made of electrically charged plasma.
They may have a shortage or an abundance of electrons.
The difference in electric charge with the surrounding plasma can easily accelerate
particles to X-ray levels.

I think these bubbles are the result of the plasma beams that come out of the centre of galaxies.
Due to some reason the plasma beams are charged, and where they end we see
charged plasma being collected. After a while this forms bubbles.

This would mean that the rest of the galaxy, the disk, would be of opposing electric change.
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Robertus Maximus » Thu Mar 07, 2019 6:14 am

Galactic Winds?

"Researchers found, for the first time, that the galactic wind flowing from the center of the Cigar Galaxy (M82) is aligned along a magnetic field and transports a very large mass of gas and dust—the equivalent mass of 50 million to 60 million Suns".

https://phys.org/news/2019-03-galactic-clues-evolution-galaxies.html

"Researchers using the airborne observatory SOFIA found definitively that the wind from the Cigar Galaxy not only transports a huge amount of gas and dust into the intergalactic medium, but also drags the magnetic field so it is perpendicular to the galactic disc. In fact, the wind drags the magnetic field more than 2,000 light-years across—close to the width of the wind itself".

Galactic winds, or Birkeland Currents? Perhaps, the researchers have never read papers by plasma physicists such as Eric J. Lerner?
http://www.bigbangneverhappened.org/Magnetic%20Self%20Compression%20No%201.pdf
http://www.bigbangneverhappened.org/Magnetic%20Self%20Compression%20No%202.pdf
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby jacmac » Thu Mar 07, 2019 6:40 pm

From the Stanford article:
In fact, this is the first direct evidence of synchrotron radiation emanating from galactic bubbles - although, oddly, it was only detected in one of them, the smaller one.

And if the "bubbles" are plasma currents being pinched would not the smaller one be the more energetic ?
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby neilwilkes » Fri Mar 29, 2019 3:43 am

Robertus Maximus wrote:Galactic Winds?

"Researchers found, for the first time, that the galactic wind flowing from the center of the Cigar Galaxy (M82) is aligned along a magnetic field and transports a very large mass of gas and dust—the equivalent mass of 50 million to 60 million Suns".

https://phys.org/news/2019-03-galactic-clues-evolution-galaxies.html

"Researchers using the airborne observatory SOFIA found definitively that the wind from the Cigar Galaxy not only transports a huge amount of gas and dust into the intergalactic medium, but also drags the magnetic field so it is perpendicular to the galactic disc. In fact, the wind drags the magnetic field more than 2,000 light-years across—close to the width of the wind itself".

Galactic winds, or Birkeland Currents? Perhaps, the researchers have never read papers by plasma physicists such as Eric J. Lerner?
http://www.bigbangneverhappened.org/Magnetic%20Self%20Compression%20No%201.pdf
http://www.bigbangneverhappened.org/Magnetic%20Self%20Compression%20No%202.pdf


It would be funny if they were not being serious - Galactic Winds forsooth - might as well talk about Unicorn's horns. How in the heavens can any wind (being an airflow phenomena that mainstreamers still do not really understand) "blow" an electrical current anywhere? Either they mean something entirely different to "wind" (in which case they need a new term) or else they are so incompetent they need a new job!
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Robertus Maximus » Tue Apr 30, 2019 3:34 am

Galactic Collision or Birkeland Currents?

ESA’s Gaia mission has unveiled a curious pattern in the plane of the Milky Way galaxy- naturally this has led to claims of ‘collisions’ and ‘encounters’- but is this really the case?

https://www.centauri-dreams.org/2018/09/27/gaia-data-hint-at-galactic-encounter/

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327752758_A_dynamically_young_and_perturbed_Milky_Way_disk
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby JHL » Tue Apr 30, 2019 4:30 am

Galactic winds and bubbles, intergalactic mediums, invisible matter and energy without energetic evidence, and spontaneous magnetism in vacuum. They remind one of "spacetime", another placeholder for mystery. I wonder what's next.

It's remarkable how dumbed-down many of the pro-conventional model press releases are. They're written to an average mental age of a teenager with a grade-school education. The Daily Mail wouldn't find them out of place.

It makes you wonder if in our infantalized culture if this mentality extends all the way back to the people making the discoveries. In other words, where does the transition between original researcher and press hack take place, and how much propensity or latitude for trendiness is average in such research.

If the expectations are low to begin with and if research culture is as juvenile as the average consumer, that would explain a lot. Every recent documentary on the subject I samped was a sore disappointment. All of these scientists spoke in such hyped-up nonsense I assumed they were reading a script.
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Michael Mozina » Tue Apr 30, 2019 9:00 am

JHL wrote:It makes you wonder if in our infantalized culture if this mentality extends all the way back to the people making the discoveries.


Based on my conversations at JREF on the topic of "magnetic reconnection', I would say that it is almost certainly the case, particularly at the level of actual physics.

A resident JREF/ISF math professor, Clinger, erroneously claimed that he could reproduce MRx in a vacuum without plasma. Since MRx is defined as a process in plasma that involves the transfer of magnetic field energy into charged particle acceleration, it is physically impossible to get MRx without plasma particle acceleration even based on mainstream definitions of the term.

It took 10 months of publicly shaming Clinger to get him to try to produce any math to demonstrate his false claim. He eventually spread his presentation out over several months, and five different "installments".

In part four of his presentation, Clinger irrationally tried to claim that a NULL point in a quadrupolar magnetic field was a "beginning" and an "ending" point of magnetic field lines, and he erroneously claimed that they "reconnected" inside the NULL. He tried to turn the NULL into a source and a sink of magnetic fields. He even whipped up a little GIF image where he claimed that individual lines disconnected and reconnected at the center of the NULL, a point where the field strength is *zero*. Since the field strength in the NULL is zero, that's the one place within his whole quadrupolar field where magnetic field energy could *not possibly* be transferred to particle kinetic energy due to changes in the field topology. His understanding of the physics involved in the energy exchange process called "magnetic reconnection" was simply infantile and oversimplified. Clinger and crew were constantly trying to associate the term "magnetic reconnection' with magnetic *line* reconnection which could only occur if monopoles actually existed, and magnetic fields had sources and sinks.

Anyone who's studied basic EM field theory knows that magnetic lines have no beginning and no ending, no source, no sink and no physical possibility of 'disconnecting' or 'reconnecting". Magnetic fields always form in a three dimensional continuum. Magnetic "lines" are not even "real" individual lines anymore than the lines of a 2D topology map to designate the third dimension are actual 'real" lines in 3D. The magnetic lines have no beginning or ending, they just describe the topology of the whole field. I cited the WIKI page that said as much. They got so frustrated at my citing of the WIKI page on magnetism that they literally went in and changed the WIKI page as though changing the page somehow changed the facts. :)

Clinger had been using Dungey's original paper on electrical discharges in solar flares to build his toy model of reconnection in a vacuum, but Dungey specifically ran a electric current down the z-axis at the center of the NULL point, and the 'reconnection/electrical discharge' process that Dungey described took place as electrons running along the z-axis inside the NULL region took a physical detour into the X,Y axis due to changes in the field topology.

The peanut gallery at JREF also cited a second paper by Priest about sources and sinks that did something similar in equations 16 and 17. Priest also used electric current to transfer magnetic flux through the Z-axis, which eventually interacts with other fields and diverts the flow of electrons into the x,y axis.

Both of the published examples of "magnetic reconnection" *required* the flow of electrons through the NULL and required that flow to be diverted into the x,y axis.

Now of course Clinger claimed that he would produce magnetic reconnection *without* any electrons or plasma particles in his vacuum.

Apparently in part five Clinger *finally* figured out that he indeed *needed* plasma, so he pulled a blatant bait-and-switch routine in part five and he fraudulently tried to *add plasma* back into this presentation while still claiming that he demonstrated "magnetic reconnction" without plasma or plasma particle acceleration in a vacuum.

Not once in the whole year that the MRx conversation took place did anyone (besides me) bother to explain to Clinger that "reconnection" involved the transfer of magnetic field energy into particle acceleration, so without any particle to accelerate, it would be impossible to generate a non-zero rate of "Reconnection" in a vacuum.

After that conversation at JREF, I realize that there's a damn good reason that Alfven rejected MRx theory. Induction is the proper scientific term to describe the transfer of magnetic field energy into particle acceleration in a conductor as a result of magnetic field topology changes. There's no need to create a separate process in the first place, and the term "magnetic reconnection' only causes *outrageous confusion* as that conversation so clearly demonstrated.

To be fair, Clinger did admit that he'd never read a book on MHD theory but even a decent grasp of basic EM field theory should be enough to know that individual magnetic lines do not "disconnect" or "reconnect". The topology of the whole field can change over time, but the lines aren't even "real" individualized lines to start with.

What that conversation taught me is that even a good grasp of math doesn't necessarily equate to an adequate grasp of the *physics* going on. In the case of MRx theory, the conversion of all the E's to B's in various equations doesn't change the physical processes taking place in the plasma. The so called "discovery" of MRx is based on a completely childish and oversimplified understanding of the physics involved. Alfven's double layer paper is a *much* better physical explanation of what occurs inside of double layers and current sheets.
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Michael Mozina » Tue Apr 30, 2019 10:27 am

JHL wrote:It makes you wonder if in our infantalized culture if this mentality extends all the way back to the people making the discoveries.


The other two obvious examples in astronomy that tend to support your suggestion are dark matter and dark energy.

Sure, it's technically "possible" that mainstream baryonic mass estimates based on luminosity are correct and absolutely perfect, even with out limited technology, but the most likely scenario is that they're *not* correct, or not perfect in all cases. It's also not *known* with absolute certainty that nothing other than gravity has any effect on galaxy rotation patterns. There's really is no need to interject the concept of invisible forms of matter to explain mass rotation patterns in space. The whole concept of dark matter is based on the "assumption" that gravity is the only relevant feature/force in space which is a rather infantile assumption.

Dark energy in particular is based on another infantile assumption that no significant redshift is caused by *ordinary lab tested forms of plasma redshift*. Even a modest amount of plasma redshift would do away with any need for dark energy.

The whole LCDM model is based upon overly simplified and infantile arguments, none of which hold up to any serious public scrutiny. That is exactly why the mainstream is forced to ban and forceably silence all dissent on their public websites. If their model wasn't based on such infantile arguments, it would be easy to defend it scientifically, and astronomers would have no problem addressing any public questions about it.
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Robertus Maximus » Thu May 09, 2019 10:39 am

X-ray chimneys in the Galactic Centre

"X-ray observations of the Galactic Centre have uncovered chimney-like structures filled with hot plasma. The discovery might reveal how energy is transported from this central region to far-off locations."

http://www.everythingselectric.com/eie-120/
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-00811-9

Unfortunately, no mention of Birkeland currents, the authors relying on "supernovae at the chimney bases"- how and why this occurs is a complete mystery to them.
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Michael Mozina » Thu May 09, 2019 11:00 am

Robertus Maximus wrote:X-ray chimneys in the Galactic Centre

"X-ray observations of the Galactic Centre have uncovered chimney-like structures filled with hot plasma. The discovery might reveal how energy is transported from this central region to far-off locations."

http://www.everythingselectric.com/eie-120/
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-00811-9

Unfortunately, no mention of Birkeland currents, the authors relying on "supernovae at the chimney bases"- how and why this occurs is a complete mystery to them.


It's only a mystery to them because they are hell bent on denying the role of electricity in space. The easiest way to create x-rays on Earth is with electricity. The obvious solution to that observation is electricity. The problem however is that electricity is the mainstream version of Voldemort from Harry Potter fame. It's the one term that must never be uttered in public, lest their entire cosmology model crumble and fall. The moment they even *begin* to include electricity into their models they start to scientifically legitimize EU/PC theory, and that's simply unacceptable to their "leadership". Good luck finding a job, getting anything published, or gaining access to telescope time if you start legitimizing EU/PC theory. They've all seen how our community is treated on mainstream websites.

It's simply much safer to ignore the obvious solution and simply call it a 'mystery" and leave it at that.
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby celeste » Thu May 09, 2019 9:38 pm

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HdtZMBoO0_c&t=450s

The “chimney” structures are addressed by Eugene and Jim here.

Just get the first 2 or three minutes, not necessarily where I linked up the video.
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Re: Galaxies ARE Electric!

Unread postby Robertus Maximus » Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:58 am

Researchers spot ridge of radio emissions joining two galaxy clusters

https://phys.org/news/2019-06-ridge-radio-emissions-galaxy-clusters.html
https://science.sciencemag.org/content/364/6444/981

"Filaments are extremely long strands of gases that exist in the empty parts of space—taken together, they make up what is known as the cosmic web".

Ok? Gases or plasma?

"The researchers report evidence in the filaments of a band of radiation known as a synchrotron emission—a type of illumination that is created by electrons moving through a magnetic field. The researchers report that the magnetic field stretched all the way from one of the galaxy clusters to the other, following a filament between them".

Ok? Moving electrons, magnetic field, plasma, they're nearly there!

"The finding is the first example of a magnetic field extending between galaxy clusters and raises the question of whether it is a common occurrence or if they just happened to stumble onto something rare. It also raises the question of where the electrons came from—computer simulations showed that shock waves generated by the merging action of the two galaxies could not have generated enough emissions to account for observations".

So near, yet so far- I guess those computer simulations will 'prove' it's dark matter!
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