Suns exclusion zone has been confirmed

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Suns exclusion zone has been confirmed

Unread post by Webbman » Sun Dec 08, 2019 6:43 am

the parker solar probe confirmed that there is a dust free zone as you close in on the sun. They give the reason that the dust is incinerated but the real reason is reverse gravity caused by the suns energy discharge pushing it out.

even in the plasma given off there was a point where the plasma would mysteriously loop back on itself before continuing onward which is a demonstration of a reverse gravity double layer. The plasma stream stalls briefly until it overcomes the resistance of the dust zone, which it didn't have to do in the dust free zone.

This is no different than entering earths atmosphere from space and no different than the exclusion zone found by the safire project. Obviously gravity is more or less irrelevant on the sun itself since everything is charged.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-ne ... 180973697/
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Re: Suns exclusion zone has been confirmed

Unread post by neilwilkes » Wed Dec 18, 2019 2:39 am

Webbman wrote:.....
even in the plasma given off there was a point where the plasma would mysteriously loop back on itself before continuing onward which is a demonstration of a reverse gravity double layer. The plasma stream stalls briefly until it overcomes the resistance of the dust zone, which it didn't have to do in the dust free zone.
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(with apologies for the selective quote)
There is nothing "mysterious" about the "Solar Wind" looping back on itself - this is to be 100% expected. They are kink instabilities that are caused by instabilities in the current or magnetohydrodynamic pumping of the collimated plasma streams. As has been pointed out elsewhere though, we should be asking what is the source of the excess current/magnetohydrodynamic pumping - and this may be proof that the surface of the Sun is non-homogenous and as such cannot possibly be gaseous, and neither should it be treated as a "perfect gas" as the mainstream seems to do. The implications of this are quite profound.
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Re: Suns exclusion zone has been confirmed

Unread post by Solar » Sun Dec 29, 2019 9:51 am

Webbman wrote:
Sun Dec 08, 2019 6:43 am
the parker solar probe confirmed that there is a dust free zone as you close in on the sun. They give the reason that the dust is incinerated but the real reason is reverse gravity caused by the suns energy discharge pushing it out.

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-ne ... 180973697/
Am I missing something here? I can't find any "confirmation" of a dust-free zone at all. That article seems to have an issue. In the third paragraph below the "switchback" graphic the article says "The probe also observed the sun’s “dust-free zone.” That is misleading? Notice, in that very same short paragraph the article also says that they have only found "supporting evidence of this phenomenon". Basically, the article seems to be saying two different things in the space of three sentences. The suggestion of something; does not mean direct observation of something.

One of the official papers released is this one:

Near-Sun observations of an F-corona decrease and K-corona fine structure - R. A. Howard et al

The abstract states that there is the only the "suggestion" of a possible dust-free zone due to the detection of "decrease in the intensity of the F-coronal intensity". Also, on page numbered 235, in the 2nd column, and 2nd paragraph - the paper states that the observed behavior (the intensity decrease) might also be the result of "a change in the dust scattering, or a combination of the two."


What am I missing?
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