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Scientists finally admit plasma is responsible for magnetic fields in space!

 
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it's such a simple concept of elecromagnatism
I can't understand why this is new.

move a conductor(iron core) thru an electrical field
(solar wind)you create a magnetic field.

opposite of a motor but clearly the same
principle.
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it's such a simple concept of elecromagnatism
I can't understand why this is new.

move a conductor(iron core) thru an electrical field
(solar wind)you create a magnetic field.

opposite of a motor but clearly the same
principle.
 Quoting: solar bear


You have it all wrong... Solar wind IS the magnetic field AND electric field AND contains an electric current. All plasma does. It's not just a simple concept of electromagnetism. It's plasma. Look it up before you say shit like that please. It's misunderstandings like that which give plasma cosmology a bad reputation, go back to dunderbolts.
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Look at it, spacequake! [link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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Look at it, spacequake! [link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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It's definitely something and the sun didn't cause that. No CME, no event warnings, no flares or coronal holes. And we're experiencing a particle density of almost 13 protons/cm3. Nevermind, turns out it's a "glancing blow" from a CME.

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Look at it, spacequake! [link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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It's definitely something and the sun didn't cause that. No CME, no event warnings, no flares or coronal holes. And we're experiencing a particle density of almost 13 protons/cm3. Nevermind, turns out it's a "glancing blow" from a CME.
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Plasmare, it looks like I may have an interview coming up with Project Camelot on all this...Spoke with Kerry Cassidy about it yesterday.

At least the information is really starting to get out there, especially if this interview goes well. It will be done through Skype.

If you have any suggestions on this, have at it. Basically, it is because of that initial paper I wrote, combining all of our work here on GLP. All the Fluffy stuff. Apparently, she is getting information from 'insiders' that is validating what we have come upon. That the plasma cloud is here, and is effecting things.

BTW, what is your take on any other celestial objects coming with the cloud? Maybe a brown dwarf or something? The insider told her there is a large object incoming with the cloud.
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Look at it, spacequake! [link to www2.nict.go.jp]
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It's definitely something and the sun didn't cause that. No CME, no event warnings, no flares or coronal holes. And we're experiencing a particle density of almost 13 protons/cm3. Nevermind, turns out it's a "glancing blow" from a CME.
 Quoting: Plasmare


Plasmare, it looks like I may have an interview coming up with Project Camelot on all this...Spoke with Kerry Cassidy about it yesterday.

At least the information is really starting to get out there, especially if this interview goes well. It will be done through Skype.

If you have any suggestions on this, have at it. Basically, it is because of that initial paper I wrote, combining all of our work here on GLP. All the Fluffy stuff. Apparently, she is getting information from 'insiders' that is validating what we have come upon. That the plasma cloud is here, and is effecting things.

BTW, what is your take on any other celestial objects coming with the cloud? Maybe a brown dwarf or something? The insider told her there is a large object incoming with the cloud.
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I somehow doubt there are any solid objects inside the cloud because not even stars can form until they reach a sufficient density. I can't say with any certainty because there is always the chance that it may have picked up some solid object but it would have to have a magnetic field and be electrically charged for the cloud to interact with it. As Frisch stated in her papers, small cloudlets of various densities can be scattered around the cloud itself that we run into. Possibly causing changes on Earth and the sun from just the cloudlets. So we don't even need to be immersed inside of the cloud to feel some of the effects. Check the last page of my petroglyph thread, the 2 PDFs are extremely helpful and have many images. Other than that, don't bs, stay true and good luck and you'll do fine.

I used to do radio, so make sure you're prepared and be clear and concise. And don't be nervous.
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Look at it, spacequake! [link to www2.nict.go.jp]
 Quoting: Luisport


It's definitely something and the sun didn't cause that. No CME, no event warnings, no flares or coronal holes. And we're experiencing a particle density of almost 13 protons/cm3. Nevermind, turns out it's a "glancing blow" from a CME.
 Quoting: Plasmare


Plasmare, it looks like I may have an interview coming up with Project Camelot on all this...Spoke with Kerry Cassidy about it yesterday.

At least the information is really starting to get out there, especially if this interview goes well. It will be done through Skype.

If you have any suggestions on this, have at it. Basically, it is because of that initial paper I wrote, combining all of our work here on GLP. All the Fluffy stuff. Apparently, she is getting information from 'insiders' that is validating what we have come upon. That the plasma cloud is here, and is effecting things.

BTW, what is your take on any other celestial objects coming with the cloud? Maybe a brown dwarf or something? The insider told her there is a large object incoming with the cloud.
 Quoting: SickScent


I somehow doubt there are any solid objects inside the cloud because not even stars can form until they reach a sufficient density. I can't say with any certainty because there is always the chance that it may have picked up some solid object but it would have to have a magnetic field and be electrically charged for the cloud to interact with it. As Frisch stated in her papers, small cloudlets of various densities can be scattered around the cloud itself that we run into. Possibly causing changes on Earth and the sun from just the cloudlets. So we don't even need to be immersed inside of the cloud to feel some of the effects. Check the last page of my petroglyph thread, the 2 PDFs are extremely helpful and have many images. Other than that, don't bs, stay true and good luck and you'll do fine.

I used to do radio, so make sure you're prepared and be clear and concise. And don't be nervous.
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Thanks Xenus.

That is what i was going to do. Stay with the info I have. I've got to get the information together and get prepared. I have read Frisch's papers so many times, I'm pretty comfortable with the understanding of the clouds and the dynamics from her end of things. She is the go to source for the clouds.

Thanks for the advise. Preparation will be the key. Hopefully she will give me a head's up on her questioning so I can really knock it out of the park. We'll see.

Thanks Plasmare. HAHAHA! I see I called you Xenus. Oops... chuckle
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Thanks Plasmare, cool thread.

I think they will need to redefine cold plasma in our upper atmosphere. Everything old is new again. Where Tesla left off, others are finally picking up the bread crumbs and acknowledging aether.

The Ruskies have done some interesting work with redefining the name/event/state, as 'inertons', which is loosely based on inertia - of everything. Lets face it, the universe is all inertia of some kind.

They postulate that if it moves, and it can be an atom, a molecule, a gas, a person, a planet, a solar system, then the 'group' excitement can be labelled an inerton field.

Match the vibration of that field, and you can harvest that energy.

Their theories mainly revolve about the pyramids being transducers of such fields, and the various uses of the energ(ies) to perform tasks from power generation, to aligning crops with the Earth's cycles.

Out there stuff, but very interesting none the less.

[link to www.inerton.kiev.ua]

This PDF is also very interesting and connects what you are saying, what SickScent was asking, and merges a number of disciplines in to one unifies theory/connection.

[link to www.mdpi.com]

Not saying I agree with the above, just thought you might find it interesting.

hf

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Would seem 'flux transfer events' must
have some influence ~ or they reflect an
as yet not detected influence, perhaps
electro-static charge related? scratching

Weren't they becoming increasingly regular?
"When your eyes are incapable of tears,
your ears lose their sensitivity,
your voice is unable to wound and
your feet are cleansed in the blood
of your heart, then you may stand
in the presence of your master."

Loosely translated from:
"Light on the Path"
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G'day F/E, long time.

If you go by the Ruskie's inerton theory, then a solar flux transfer is just a larger 'field' of interaction.

Makes the Sun or the Earth the transducer then eh?

Arent you stoked to be living in a time when we seem so close to bursting open new ideas on how it all works?
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G'day F/E, long time.

If you go by the Ruskie's inerton theory, then a solar flux transfer is just a larger 'field' of interaction.

Makes the Sun or the Earth the transducer then eh?

Arent you stoked to be living in a time when we seem so close to bursting open new ideas on how it all works?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Hey BHD!

It's a long distance to transfer
however much energy is involved
and the fact it travels at all
suggests a 'balancing' of charges
taking place fairly rythmically...
I believe I read somewhere about
every 8 minutes?? That'd make about
180 such events on a daily basis.

Does their frequency and intensity
fluctuate with the plasma density
levels in the space between earth
and our star?

Sure is a great time to be alive!

cheers
"When your eyes are incapable of tears,
your ears lose their sensitivity,
your voice is unable to wound and
your feet are cleansed in the blood
of your heart, then you may stand
in the presence of your master."

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"Light on the Path"
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Hey PLASMARE,

I dig the story and agree wholeheartedly, but I think you got your facts a little misunderstood. Matter, gasses, what have you, can emit EM radiation, albeit not at necessarily high levels. Look up Photoelectric Effect, its the subject Einstein won the Nobel Prize for. And, for example, heat has an EM signature in infrared wavelengths.... youve seen it on tv I'm sure. But i wont go so far as to call u wrong, there is still much uncertainty regarding the whole matter/energy situation.



You wrote:

No they do not, it is the plasma in the atmosphere that emit EM radiation. Solids, liquids and gases do not emit electromagnetic radiation, plasma does. Maybe the core does too since it's also a plasma. Plasma is the only thing that can EMIT EM radiation naturally. That is why the sun glows, UFOs glow, because they're plasmas and can be invisible, glowing or discharging electricity, like lightning.
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G'day F/E, long time.

If you go by the Ruskie's inerton theory, then a solar flux transfer is just a larger 'field' of interaction.

Makes the Sun or the Earth the transducer then eh?

Arent you stoked to be living in a time when we seem so close to bursting open new ideas on how it all works?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Hey BHD!

It's a long distance to transfer
however much energy is involved
and the fact it travels at all
suggests a 'balancing' of charges
taking place fairly rythmically...
I believe I read somewhere about
every 8 minutes?? That'd make about
180 such events on a daily basis.

Does their frequency and intensity
fluctuate with the plasma density
levels in the space between earth
and our star?

Sure is a great time to be alive!

cheers
 Quoting: fellowearthling


Yes, they found that the sun is connected to the Earth, at least our upper atmosphere is, via these "flux tubes". They give them terms but don't really understand what they are. I understand them as magnetic tunnels that allow the solar wind to stream into the poles and around the magnetosphere. Maybe the radiation belts too. The process of solar wind interaction with our atmosphere is itself not understood, they have no idea why we lose atmosphere and what happens to the plasma injected into it. It is very like a balance of charges. But plasma is relatively new in physics and there is still much to learn and understand how it all fits together, and it plays a major role in our atmosphere and therefore our climate and weather. So I find it laughable how they tried to perpetuate the global warming myth when in reality they know so very little about our climate they can barely predict the weather for the next day. If we understood it all then we can predict the weather far longer in advance and with extremely high accuracy, the more accurate and complete our understanding, the more accurate the predictions. When we understand something completely we can predict the outcome 100% of the time unless there are variables we can't observe.

The thing about plasma is it can be in 3 modes, invisible/dark mode where it is able to absorb EM frequencies due to dust, glow mode where it emits EM frequencies (like the sun and neon lamps) and discharge mode (lightning) where it discharges free electrons as sparks. What makes things even more complex is that any matter can be in the state of plasma and all plasmas have varying characteristics like density, temperature, number of electrons, the elements that comprise the plasma, the distribution and so much more. That is why it is so hard to create models for it. The calculations alone require some of the most powerful super computers to simulate.

The sun is an example of a dense plasma in glow mode, the solar wind is an example of a low density plasma in dark mode, CMEs are an example of a variable density (usually high) plasma in dark mode. There's plenty of youtube videos showing plasma in discharge mode, like plasma speakers. ALL plasmas emit electromagnetic radiation, that is why planets like Jupiter emit radio waves, why the sun and lightning emit all sorts of frequencies ranging from radio to gamma ray. Lightning is known to produce x-rays and sometimes gamma rays. Thunderstorms are known to accelerate particles into space and generate gamma ray flashes called terrestrial gamma ray flashes.

The very fact that 99.9% of the visible universe itself needs to be acknowledged by people outside the nuclear and plasma physics communities in order to begin to understand the universe and create a functional model of cosmology.
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One more step forward for the electreic universe theory!
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Hey PLASMARE,

I dig the story and agree wholeheartedly, but I think you got your facts a little misunderstood. Matter, gasses, what have you, can emit EM radiation, albeit not at necessarily high levels. Look up Photoelectric Effect, its the subject Einstein won the Nobel Prize for. And, for example, heat has an EM signature in infrared wavelengths.... youve seen it on tv I'm sure. But i wont go so far as to call u wrong, there is still much uncertainty regarding the whole matter/energy situation.



You wrote:

No they do not, it is the plasma in the atmosphere that emit EM radiation. Solids, liquids and gases do not emit electromagnetic radiation, plasma does. Maybe the core does too since it's also a plasma. Plasma is the only thing that can EMIT EM radiation naturally. That is why the sun glows, UFOs glow, because they're plasmas and can be invisible, glowing or discharging electricity, like lightning.
 Quoting: Whydidubanme 7838172


I don't mind being wrong, but I understood that only plasma can emit EM radiation of any kind. I will look into it. Thanks. There is of course a great uncertainty between matter and energy since if Einstein's famous equation is interchangeable between the two, then matter is just compressed energy and energy is just uncompressed matter. If you look at the big bang theory it states the the universe was originally a quark-gluon plasma which cooled over time and then became gases, liquids and solids. Solids having less energy and being more dense. Since plasma is just matter in another state it wouldn't surprise me if other states could also emit EM radiation just not as profusely as plasma. The amounts would really be minute or negligible.
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Just checked the wiki and it says;

In the photoelectric effect, electrons are emitted from matter (metals and non-metallic solids, liquids or gases) as a consequence of their absorption of energy from electromagnetic radiation of very short wavelength, such as visible or ultraviolet radiation.

When a surface is exposed to electromagnetic radiation above a certain threshold frequency (typically visible light for alkali metals, near ultraviolet for other metals, and extreme ultraviolet for non-metals), the radiation is absorbed and electrons are emitted. Light, and especially ultra-violet light, discharges negatively electrified bodies with the production of rays of the same nature as cathode rays. Under certain circumstances it can directly ionize gases.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Yes I use wiki because it has sources and allows me to look over the concepts quickly. Nothing wrong with it despite what people may think. Sources can easily be checked and followed up on.

So basically it's a reaction to EM radiation and can be used to turn matter into plasma or create free electrons, such as using lasers to ignite condensed matter in fusion experiments like the national ignition facility.
lasers.llnl.gov

As far as I know plasma is still the only source of EM emissions. neener
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5* thread and sickscent, please post recording of your show after it airs!


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One more step forward for the electreic universe theory!
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Please don't bring electric universe theory in here, it has NOTHING to do with plasma. Plasma is far more complicated than simple equations used in electricity. Electrons are only a small part of plasma. It proves that there are many elements of plasma cosmology (a legitimate branch of science) that need further attention and study. If you don't understand plasma, start learning because you'll find that the universe is full of it, it's above us in the atmosphere, invisible to your eyes and plays a major role in many processes like climate and weather. Yet most people don't even understand what plasma is, despite the sun being in the state of plasma and 99.9% of the visible universe being plasma.
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it's such a simple concept of elecromagnatism
I can't understand why this is new.

move a conductor(iron core) thru an electrical field
(solar wind)you create a magnetic field.

opposite of a motor but clearly the same
principle.
 Quoting: solar bear


You have it all wrong... Solar wind IS the magnetic field AND electric field AND contains an electric current. All plasma does. It's not just a simple concept of electromagnetism. It's plasma. Look it up before you say shit like that please. It's misunderstandings like that which give plasma cosmology a bad reputation, go back to dunderbolts.
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excuse the fuck out of me!

there is nothing wrong with what I said
apparently I over simplifide it and
and the ink on your home made Phd started to
run when you pissed yourself.
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it's such a simple concept of elecromagnatism
I can't understand why this is new.

move a conductor(iron core) thru an electrical field
(solar wind)you create a magnetic field.

opposite of a motor but clearly the same
principle.
 Quoting: solar bear


You have it all wrong... Solar wind IS the magnetic field AND electric field AND contains an electric current. All plasma does. It's not just a simple concept of electromagnetism. It's plasma. Look it up before you say shit like that please. It's misunderstandings like that which give plasma cosmology a bad reputation, go back to dunderbolts.
 Quoting: Plasmare


excuse the fuck out of me!

there is nothing wrong with what I said
apparently I over simplifide it and
and the ink on your home made Phd started to
run when you pissed yourself.
 Quoting: solar bear


Yeah there is because you can't simplify such a complex subject such as plasma... Solar wind has its own magnetic field. Not sure why you took it so personally. Touchy aren't we. Not my fault you don't understand what plasma is. The Earth's core is a plasma itself and generates its own magnetic field. The Earth's magnetic field isn't generated by the solar wind. It's not my fault you can't take the time to learn about something before discussing it properly. A magnetic field is generated simply by moving electrons. That's simplified.
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You know what, fuck this, I don't need this shit. Sick and tired of morons on this forum who pretend they know everything because of their stupid beliefs and think they know anything of value. But the reality is they know nothing and understand even less. Trying to help people understand what is going on and what is coming seems like a waste of time. Those that do get it, keep going. Believe nothing and learn, know and understand.

Everyone else, fuck you, you deserve everything you get from this life for refusing to learn anything important. Go distract yourselves and stay stuck inside your insanity loops. Keep making the same mistakes and refusing to learn anything. I'm done caring about people who refuse to listen to the truth in favour for lies and beliefs.

I'm just wasting my time here. I get nothing out of this but frustration and learning the worst lesson of all, most people just don't listen or learn. Not because they can't, because they don't want to.

People are gripped by insanity and insane beliefs so much that they can't even tell lies from truth anymore, simply because they can't handle or want to know the truth. Keep blaming everyone but yourselves for the problems you are faced with. They think their government is dumbing them down, what a joke. They don't need to, people choose to be dumb. Enjoy your steak as your matrix falls apart around you.

Nothing but a bunch of zombies. Bet they can't even tell movie makers are making fun of them with zombie flicks. Zombies who moan and groan, consume brains and destroy. Definitely reminds me of the vast majority.
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Plasmare,,

please dont abandon hope. Even the most childish of challenges to your thesis can be useful for the audience since it allows you to introduce a rebutal to those unfamiliar with the topic. I have been following this debate for a couple of years and it was very helpful for you to explain the distinction between the "electric universe" crowd and the plasma science you so eloquently explain. It alerted me to your warning whereas before I found it difficult to separate the two. I am grateful to be reintroduced to the topic with a better appreciation, now that I can clearly reject the bunk from the real (unorthodox) science...
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Ignore, delete or just reply with "wrong" until you have time to reply if you think it's relevant.

You have a lot of people watching these threads so it would be rather silly for a few to ruin it for the many.

Fair point?

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Assume the lotus position, breath in, and "gooooss frahhh baaahhhhh"

x 5 times.

Its a cool tread OP. Pity some posters can only input in an agressive, challenging manner.

I personally think we're about to see all our sciences turn on their heads! Maybe even a convergence at the end of this year combining so many seemingly disparate fields in to one unified approach.

hf
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I've often wondered if Kerry or Bill would ever get around to interviewing you Sickscent and I hope this happens soon. I think you offer a bridge between Bill's and Kerry's Left Brain Right Brain paradigms and can bring some excellent information synthesis on an important topic. Kerry is very much into "Live Stream Conferences" now and if you and Dr. Paul Laviolette, and David Talbott were online together I think I'd be too happy for words!

Even if that isn't an option why not draw up a list of people you'd really like to chat with and do your own livestream. You're very effective at asking the questions many of us have but lack the specific knowledge to articulate. Interviewers are just asking questions...you have many why not go to the source yourself?
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Assume the lotus position, breath in, and "gooooss frahhh baaahhhhh"

x 5 times.

Its a cool tread OP. Pity some posters can only input in an agressive, challenging manner.

I personally think we're about to see all our sciences turn on their heads! Maybe even a convergence at the end of this year combining so many seemingly disparate fields in to one unified approach.

hf
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What is very interesting (and very exciting) is scientists are starting to combine the spiritual with their work. They are also starting to look at their theories with a 3D view instead of 2D.

I don't think I have ever seen so much amazing science come out as there has the been the last year. This is truly a wonderful time to be alive!
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Great thread Plasmare, not only do you get 5 stars, but I'll thrown in a whole nebula!

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Re: Scientists finally admit plasma is responsible for magnetic fields in space!
I've often wondered if Kerry or Bill would ever get around to interviewing you Sickscent and I hope this happens soon. I think you offer a bridge between Bill's and Kerry's Left Brain Right Brain paradigms and can bring some excellent information synthesis on an important topic. Kerry is very much into "Live Stream Conferences" now and if you and Dr. Paul Laviolette, and David Talbott were online together I think I'd be too happy for words!

Even if that isn't an option why not draw up a list of people you'd really like to chat with and do your own livestream. You're very effective at asking the questions many of us have but lack the specific knowledge to articulate. Interviewers are just asking questions...you have many why not go to the source yourself?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9906566


Looks like it may happen next week. Kerry contacted me on Monday and we have been planning it out.

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