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The FLUFFY MAGNETIC RIBBON NEMESIS of the PLASMA UNIVERSE

 
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I keep telling you guys that NASA itself says that "in common with most scientists, plasmas are simply referred to as gas" - or "hot gas", or "winds", or "ionized gas", or... ...anything but plasma or, especially, electric currents. It's code; guys. No one in the big tent wants to get into trouble and Get Marginalized by saying any of the electric model's words. That's all. Except maybe pragmatic solar scientists and radio astronomers, who are pretty good at understanding Maxwell's Laws and circuit theory and the like (dynamos notwithstanding). The leap to cosmic conclusions is a difficult one to scale up, though, for theorists.

My favorite part was the lame hope that "G54 supplies an important piece to the puzzle". Only if you understand what you are seeing there. Gravity by itself simply does not - can not - do things like that.



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Dusty Dead Star
NASA 03.29.10

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I keep telling you guys that NASA itself says that "in common with most scientists, plasmas are simply referred to as gas" - or "hot gas", or "winds", or "ionized gas", or... ...anything but plasma or, especially, electric currents. It's code; guys. No one in the big tent wants to get into trouble and Get Marginalized by saying any of the electric model's words. That's all. Except maybe pragmatic solar scientists and radio astronomers, who are pretty good at understanding Maxwell's Laws and circuit theory and the like (dynamos notwithstanding). The leap to cosmic conclusions is a difficult one to scale up, though, for theorists.

My favorite part was the lame hope that "G54 supplies an important piece to the puzzle". Only if you understand what you are seeing there. Gravity by itself simply does not - can not - do things like that.



cool2
 Quoting: aether 929071


Amazing isn't it what they call mysteries and weirdness is all due to their misunderstandings and fragmented knowledge. I loathe the way they simply insert BS like dark matter, black holes, dark energy and now dark flow to fill the gaps of currently accepted theories in order to explain things the theories cannot.
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Dusty Dead Star
NASA 03.29.10

[link to www.nasa.gov]

I keep telling you guys that NASA itself says that "in common with most scientists, plasmas are simply referred to as gas" - or "hot gas", or "winds", or "ionized gas", or... ...anything but plasma or, especially, electric currents. It's code; guys. No one in the big tent wants to get into trouble and Get Marginalized by saying any of the electric model's words. That's all. Except maybe pragmatic solar scientists and radio astronomers, who are pretty good at understanding Maxwell's Laws and circuit theory and the like (dynamos notwithstanding). The leap to cosmic conclusions is a difficult one to scale up, though, for theorists.

My favorite part was the lame hope that "G54 supplies an important piece to the puzzle". Only if you understand what you are seeing there. Gravity by itself simply does not - can not - do things like that.



cool2


Amazing isn't it what they call mysteries and weirdness is all due to their misunderstandings and fragmented knowledge. I loathe the way they simply insert BS like dark matter, black holes, dark energy and now dark flow to fill the gaps of currently accepted theories in order to explain things the theories cannot.
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Doing this research I have become amazed at this, especially regarding plasma.

It is like their 'code' words are merely for neat stories and do not really represent what the phenoms actually are.
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Physicists Celebrate Big Day in the Cosmos
March 31, 2010

After more than 25 years — at least 10 in planning and 16 in construction — plus one failed attempt, the world’s most powerful particle accelerator hit pay dirt yesterday morning when two super-energized particle beams collided, releasing an extremely short-lived plasma that scientists believe approximates the origin of all matter.

[link to www.bu.edu]
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Physicists Celebrate Big Day in the Cosmos
March 31, 2010

After more than 25 years — at least 10 in planning and 16 in construction — plus one failed attempt, the world’s most powerful particle accelerator hit pay dirt yesterday morning when two super-energized particle beams collided, releasing an extremely short-lived plasma that scientists believe approximates the origin of all matter.

[link to www.bu.edu]
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It's no coincidence that mankind's most expensive and largest experiment is related to plasma, too bad they are focused on something that may or may not exist.
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your correct xenus but the termanology and sequence of words tells me a lot regarding the mind set of establishment thinking

real to me box cool2
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Bookmarked for when I have time to read through it all :)
It is the Thunderbolt that steers the Universe
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for the thinkers cool2


Time Reversal of Electromagnetic Waves
In a nondissipative medium, the wave equation is time-symmetric. Therefore, for every wave diverging from a pulsed source, there exists in theory a wave, the time-reversed wave, that precisely retraces all its original paths in a reverse order and converges in synchrony at the original source as if time were going backwards.


The Time-Reversed Laser to See the Light
March 29, 2010

Rather than emitting light, a time-reversed laser absorbs it. Perfectly.

[link to www.cbsnews.com]
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Bookmarked for when I have time to read through it all :)
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“The solar system is passing through an interstellar cloud that physics says should not exist. In the Dec. 24th issue of Nature, a team of scientists reveal how NASA's Voyager spacecraft have solved the mystery.

"Using data from Voyager, we have discovered a strong magnetic field just outside the solar system," explains lead author Merav Opher, a NASA Heliophysics Guest Investigator from George Mason University. "This magnetic field holds the interstellar cloud together and solves the long-standing puzzle of how it can exist at all."

The discovery has implications for the future when the solar system will eventually bump into other, similar clouds in our arm of the Milky Way galaxy.

Astronomers call the cloud we're running into now the Local Interstellar Cloud or "Local Fluff" for short. It's about 30 light years wide and contains a wispy mixture of hydrogen and helium atoms at a temperature of 6000 C. The existential mystery of the Fluff has to do with its surroundings. About 10 million years ago, a cluster of supernovas exploded nearby, creating a giant bubble of million-degree gas. The Fluff is completely surrounded by this high-pressure supernova exhaust and should be crushed or dispersed by it.

"The observed temperature and density of the local cloud do not provide enough pressure to resist the 'crushing action' of the hot gas around it," says Opher.

So how does the Fluff survive? The Voyagers have found an answer.

"Voyager data show that the Fluff is much more strongly magnetized than anyone had previously suspected—between 4 and 5 microgauss*," says Opher. "This magnetic field can provide the extra pressure required to resist destruction."

NASA's two Voyager probes have been racing out of the solar system for more than 30 years. They are now beyond the orbit of Pluto and on the verge of entering interstellar space—but they are not there yet.

"The Voyagers are not actually inside the Local Fluff," says Opher. "But they are getting close and can sense what the cloud is like as they approach it."

The Fluff is held at bay just beyond the edge of the solar system by the sun's magnetic field, which is inflated by solar wind into a magnetic bubble more than 10 billion km wide. Called the "heliosphere," this bubble acts as a shield that helps protect the inner solar system from galactic cosmic rays and interstellar clouds. The two Voyagers are located in the outermost layer of the heliosphere, or "heliosheath," where the solar wind is slowed by the pressure of interstellar gas.

Voyager 1 entered the heliosheath in Dec. 2004; Voyager 2 followed almost 3 years later in Aug. 2007. These crossings were key to Opher et al's discovery.

The size of the heliosphere is determined by a balance of forces: Solar wind inflates the bubble from the inside while the Local Fluff compresses it from the outside. Voyager's crossings into the heliosheath revealed the approximate size of the heliosphere and, thus, how much pressure the Local Fluff exerts. A portion of that pressure is magnetic and corresponds to the ~5 microgauss Opher's team has reported in Nature.

The fact that the Fluff is strongly magnetized means that other clouds in the galactic neighborhood could be, too. Eventually, the solar system will run into some of them, and their strong magnetic fields could compress the heliosphere even more than it is compressed now. Additional compression could allow more cosmic rays to reach the inner solar system, possibly affecting terrestrial climate and the ability of astronauts to travel safely through space. On the other hand, astronauts wouldn't have to travel so far because interstellar space would be closer than ever. These events would play out on time scales of tens to hundreds of thousands of years, which is how long it takes for the solar system to move from one cloud to the next.

"There could be interesting times ahead!" says Opher.”
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Physicists Celebrate Big Day in the Cosmos
March 31, 2010

After more than 25 years — at least 10 in planning and 16 in construction — plus one failed attempt, the world’s most powerful particle accelerator hit pay dirt yesterday morning when two super-energized particle beams collided, releasing an extremely short-lived plasma that scientists believe approximates the origin of all matter.

[link to www.bu.edu]
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It's no coincidence that mankind's most expensive and largest experiment is related to plasma, too bad they are focused on something that may or may not exist.
 Quoting: Xenus 

i dont buy that shit... they dont spend a life-time fucking with this machine just because of something that MIGHT be there... they KNOW what they will find.. they just dont know to what degree ...
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"Roaming" Magnetic Fields Found
April 1, 2010

Weak magnetic fields are "roaming" across the universe, according to a new study that may have solved the mystery of where the huge magnetic fields around galaxies come from.

Galaxies such as our Milky Way have their own large-scale magnetic fields. Although these fields are weak compared to planetary fields, scientists think the galactic versions help establish rates of star formation, guide cosmic rays, and regulate the dynamics of interstellar gas.

Most scientists believe the stronger magnetic fields of today's adult galaxies grew from weaker "seed" fields. But it's unclear where these older fields originated.

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Physicists Celebrate Big Day in the Cosmos
March 31, 2010

After more than 25 years — at least 10 in planning and 16 in construction — plus one failed attempt, the world’s most powerful particle accelerator hit pay dirt yesterday morning when two super-energized particle beams collided, releasing an extremely short-lived plasma that scientists believe approximates the origin of all matter.

[link to www.bu.edu]
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It's no coincidence that mankind's most expensive and largest experiment is related to plasma, too bad they are focused on something that may or may not exist.

i dont buy that shit... they don't spend a life-time fucking with this machine just because of something that MIGHT be there... they KNOW what they will find.. they just dont know to what degree ...
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That's not how experimentation and science works. But you are right, they must have one huge clue pointing them to something very tantalizing like unlimited energy, fusion, conversion of matter into energy and vice versa in a non nuclear way. It should at the very least help our understanding of particles a great deal.

And aether time is the measurement of motion and change from our point of view, time doesn't actually exist as a force that flows. Perhaps you can alter the frequency of motion and change but reversal of travel through time to me is impossible realistically on a physical level, isn't that what memories and imagination are for?
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Information in the following thread is also very apropos here, I believe:

Thread: A strange coincidence....(26000 years) Super wave theory and all Dr LaViolette predictions that have been verified is this the warning we need !!
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Bump for deep, intelligent esoteric discussion.

I'm reading the title of all the other threads, and really don't understand the value in any of them. This on the other hand...
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I have read all of these threads that kind of "go together", and I understand some of it, but I am not a rocket scientist and some of this is just wayyyyy over my head. I really wish it could all be condensed into easier to understand terms and all put together in one thread. I have read your blog Sickscent, and I have to say, I had to skim over some of it because I just wasn't getting it all. hiding2
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We live in the physical universe of polarity. The basis of physicality is the constant oscillation of duality, where balance is perfection. But balance is a paradox because the only place for perfect balance to exist is singularity points reciding at the moment that the oscillation changes direction.
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Bein able to pass from one state to another or at the least ground the differance is what is needed now. As well if you consider the expression bandied about in new age talk about movin from carbon to silicone.


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I have read all of these threads that kind of "go together", and I understand some of it, but I am not a rocket scientist and some of this is just wayyyyy over my head. I really wish it could all be condensed into easier to understand terms and all put together in one thread. I have read your blog Sickscent, and I have to say, I had to skim over some of it because I just wasn't getting it all. hiding2
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Don't worry, I think there are a lot of us in that boat. It's good to know we have such scientific minds among us, though! I just try to do the best I can to understanding what this may mean to my own personal future - I might not understand the why's and wherefores, but I know when it's time to stock up on food and be prepared! hf
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I have read all of these threads that kind of "go together", and I understand some of it, but I am not a rocket scientist and some of this is just wayyyyy over my head. I really wish it could all be condensed into easier to understand terms and all put together in one thread. I have read your blog Sickscent, and I have to say, I had to skim over some of it because I just wasn't getting it all. hiding2

Don't worry, I think there are a lot of us in that boat. It's good to know we have such scientific minds among us, though! I just try to do the best I can to understanding what this may mean to my own personal future - I might not understand the why's and wherefores, but I know when it's time to stock up on food and be prepared! hf
 Quoting: germanbini

I just would like to know what to expect. When to expect it, and what should I do to prepare myself and my kids. Is this something that I need to be afraid or fearful of? hiding
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Just came over here from the original thread. Good stuff.
Thanks Sickscent, you rock!
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'roaming "darkflows?"' Really? How Professional, technically speaking, of course.

oh come on', tell me again how much it will cost?
Oh wait, I was sitting down that time, go'head tell me again . .. and what will we know?
Ok, what will we find?
Ok,ok, what will we do?

Oh, I see . Well, nevermind then. Carry on?!
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is this relevant?

Sir Edmund Halley and the Pleiades anomaly

About 200 years ago Sir Edmund Halley discovered an anomaly in space around the stars of the Pleiades. A hundred years later Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel confirmed Halley's findings. In 1961 Paul Otto Hesse defined and measured this anomaly. It's an energy ring of incredible size, 760 thousand billion miles wide, and is due to intersect the earth just about any minute now. He also calculated that this is part of a 25,000-year-long cycle that our solar system goes through.

It's expected that once we're into the Photon Belt, electricity won't function and there will be three to five days of total darkness. With the total failure of electricity, public services will fail - communications, telephone, water and power are dependent upon electricity - as are gas pumps, public lighting, radio and TV. All indigenous cultures and religions prophesy three days of darkness to mark the "end times."

Read more: [link to wtfdiam.stevenredhead.com]