Scientists are again puzzling over the behaviors of a so-called neutron star which completely confounds conventional models. The object is producing relativistic jets and has a magnetic field that astrophysicists have estimated to be 10 trillion times stronger than that of our Sun. However, standard theory has held that such powerful magnetic fields in a neutron star would actually suppress the emission of such jets. But this is not the first “neutron star” that “shouldn’t exist” according to standard theory. We asked the retired professor of electrical engineering Dr. Donald Scott to outline some of the fundamental objections to the neutron star hypothesis and to explain the promising alternatives suggested by plasma cosmology and the Electric Universe.
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