2011 - Enabling the Inevitable
Globular cluster M80 by Hubble Space Telescope (NASA)
Electric currents typically flow in magnetically confined filaments of electric plasma. For a star to be lit up like a sun, it needs to reside within these electric current flows. That this is actually the case is evident in the general alignment of the stars into filamentary lines arranged like beads on a string. What we see in this respect within the Globular Cluster M80 (above) is in principle visible throughout the Universe, including in the alignment of entire galaxies into string-like structures, and likewise entire clusters of galaxies into similar string-like structures. (see correlated examples on the next page and also in a collation of larger views including the the Capodimonte Deep Field with 35,000 galaxies, and a high res images of Star Cluster M4)
Note the stars in the above photograph of cluster M80 are nearly universally aligned into string-like structures. The alignment is caused electromagnetically, by electric current flows, which are also the currents that power the stars.
Of course, what is seen in the larger views is also evident in the 'small', even deep inside a globular cluster.
Except deep inside a cluster, where the currents are the strongest, as shown above (deep inside the Globular Cluster M15), the current-carrying filaments become actually visible, though faintly. It appears that in such cases whenever the Z-pinch currents become strong enough for the atom-building process to take place, stars are being formed.
It needs also to be noted that without the filaments of electric currents, the created stars don't stay lit up and remain powered. If the plasma-electric current are drawn away from the stars by one of the countless attracting forces, the stars simply go dark, or dim, depending on the remaining electric density. Evidence suggests that this happens in quite a few cases in which the mainstream electric filaments have become redirected away from a star. The star then stops shining and becomes dark "a white dwarf."
In the gravity-only perception required by the system of empire that demands an entropic worldview, a neutron star is a stellar remnant resulting from the gravitational collapse of a massive star (twice as large as the Sun)by a supernova event after a star has burnt itself out. The remainder would be 100,000th the size on the original star (the difference between a proton and an atom). The compacted star would be roughly the size of a 5 mile wide asteroid that is believed to be glowing with an extremely high temperature. The theory presents an incredible fairy tale in which a 5 mile wide object can be seen 7,200 light years (more than 40,000 trillion miles) distant.
We can see a lot of white dwarfs in Globular Cluster M4 with the extreme sensitivity of Hubble Space Telescope. Like our moon, the white dwarfs no longer transmit light, but reflect it dimly (above, encircled). It is believed that up to 40,000 stars in the M4 cluster have become dark. In the gravity-only perception of the universe, the universe is entropic and is dying, whereby the M4 star cluster is littered with 40,000 dead stars.
In the electrically powered universe this doesn't happen. Here the dark stars remain stars that have the potential to shine again once the electric plasma currents shift to encapsulate them once more. Dark stars are the naturally expected result when plasma currents shift out of their range. And electric currents they do shift, which is is easily seen by observing a plasma sphere where the plasma currents acre constantly shifting and flickering about.
Anyone who has seen a plasma globe in action is familiar with the phenomenon of shifting current filaments. They rarely remain locked to the same place for long. This also appears to be happening in star clusters, which thereby become 'graveyards' of stars. It has also been noted (if not documented) that stars that have gone out, become rejuvenated when the currents swing back. This happens to entire galaxies too.
In more than a dozen so-called 'red' galaxies (galaxies that
have gone out and died) a rejuvenation has been detected around their outer
It may well be that if we could look at the universe with a time laps camera in which a million years would be compressed to a minute, we would observe a similar flickering on the galactic scale as that we can observe in the small in the plasma sphere, which for its flickering makes it a fascinating toy. It may well be that we, mankind, wouldn't exists as a species on this planet if it wasn't for this 'flickering' in the form or electric density variations on the galactic scale that results in the great climate variations on earth that give us the ice ages, but which also gave us biological uplifts through the great inverse variations in cosmic-ray density that result from the electric interactions..
For the larger masses though, beyond the scene of the globular clusters, the dynamics are evidently so large, and the forces so great that act on them, that the cosmic electric currents remain locked onto their objects forever, like those that we see evident in the strings of galaxy clusters, and strings of super clusters, as the below illustrations show.
The point is, that with the universe being as immense as it is, and immense in its electric effects that we observe throughout its vast extend, that we have ample evidence on hand for the assumption that the earth is afloat in an amazingly powerful electric energy environment that is attracted to our sun, and with it also towards our planet that orbits very close to it. Once we begin to create the means to tap into the galactic electric energy, a new era of a power-rich future awaits mankind that is not entropic, by which mankind is expanding with evermore created resources, as the universe is itself expanding.
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