Gareth Samuel: Milky Way’s Plasma Bubble Network | Thunderbolts


Our Sun sits in the middle of an enormous void called the local bubble containing million degree, ionised hydrogen gas, surrounded by a wall of colder denser neutral gas. Mainstream astronomers keep describing it as neutral gas deficient rather than simply stating that it is highly ionised.

Galaxies are composed of a network of filaments that carry slow moving ions which form magnetic fields holding the structure together. Hannes Alfvén pointed out these structures are capable of transferring energy over vast distances and dissipating the energy across a double layer with a voltage drop.

Gareth Samuel, EU advocate and creator of “See the Pattern”, identifies and explains the Milky Way’s plasma bubble network in our local galactic neighbourhood.

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