Donald E. Scott: Examining Electric Plasma Discharge | Thunderbolts

A primer of laboratory results to educate and reinforce how the experimental data accumulated over the years validates the Electric Sun Model.

A plasma is a cloud of [positive] +ions and [negative] –electrons usually, but not always, equal in number. First the basics about electricity and plasma are defined: electric field, magnetic field, ionization, recombination—then electrical properties of a plasma discharge such as Dark Mode, Glow Mode, Filamentation, and Arc Mode are illustrated in detail.

Author and electrical engineer Donald E. Scott, PhD, presents an in-depth analysis of the intricacies of an electric plasma discharge in the lab.

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