RICHARD X – THE MERGE : TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR SYSTEM – GWB … transferring electromagnetic power from one region to another

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”NATURAL LOVE VIBES”

WITHIN THE BLISS

OF ANTI – MATTER

”IMPLOSION”

SPARK

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Spin alignment of stars

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DANCING WITH BLISS
”SPIN ALLIGNMENT”

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Proto-cluster kinetic energy

Has to be rotational

In order to obtain strong

Stellar-spin alignment

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BIRKELAND CURRENT
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A Birkeland current usually refers to the electric currents in a planet’s ionosphere that follows magnetic field lines (ie field-aligned currents), and sometimes used to described any field-aligned electric current in a space plasma. They are caused by the movement of a plasma perpendicular to a magnetic field. Birkeland currents often show filamentary, or twisted “rope-like” magnetic structure. They are also known as field-aligned currents, magnetic ropes and magnetic cables).
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Birkeland currents are also one of a class of plasma phenonena called a z-pinch, so named because the azimuthal magnetic fields produced by the current pinches the current into a filamentary cable. This can also twist, producing a helical pinch that spirals like a twisted or braided rope, and this most closely corresponds to a Birkeland current. Pairs of parallel Birkeland currents can also interact; parallel Birkeland currents moving in the same direction will attract with an electromagnetic force inversely proportional to their distance apart

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COSMIC … Many structures in the universe exhibiting filamentation are due to Birkeland currents. “Regardless of scale, the motion of charged particles produces a self-magnetic field that can act on other collections of charged particles, internally or externally. Plasmas in relative motion are coupled via currents that they drive though each other

“Plasma cables seem to be reasonably stable formations which can be considered as structures important for the understanding of plasma phenomena. The plasma cables are either filaments or ‘flattened filaments’ (sheets with limited extent). They carry an electric current parallel to the magnetic field, and this is what gives them their properties. The cables are often very efficient in transferring electromagnetic power from one region to another. They are embedded in passive plasmas, which have essentially the same properties in all directions around the cables. They are ‘insulated’ from their surroundings by a thin cylindrical electrostatic sheath (or double layer) which reduces the interaction with its exterior
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Twinkle, Twinkle

Electric Star

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In a recent Space News episode, we began the first of a series of reports that challenge the very underpinnings of consensus scientific theories about the nature of stars, including our own Sun. Ever finer technological data continues to provide increasing opportunities to test the respective predictions of the Electric Universe theories versus those of institutional science. As Wal Thornhill explains in the first of this two-part episode, new discoveries all point to the perhaps inevitable confirmation of the electric star hypothesis.

Scientific paper, “Spin alignment of old stars in open cluster”: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.05588.
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