Eugene Bagashov: Birkeland Currents – Cosmic Distance and other Puzzles | Space News

In this episode we delve more deeply into a highly promising ongoing investigation in the Electric Universe community. Previously, physicist Eugene Bagashov introduced the analysis he and several others in the EU community have conducted into the evidence for the pervasiveness of a type of electric current, called a Birkeland current within or nearby our cosmic neighborhood. Of course, when electric currents can’t be directly measured by space probes, the task of inferring their existence in space is complicated. Eugene and his colleagues have followed Dr. Donald Scott’s model of the structure of a Birkeland current. In part two of this four-part presentation, Eugene outlines in finer detail what he and his colleagues have found to date.

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