Friday, September 26, 2008

Plasma in interstellar space?

I have several issues with Dark Matter having any electrons, ionized He or not. If dark matter turns out to be only protons (ionized H), then I guess I can be ok with that. But I don't think that is what is occurring here.

I need the photon wavefront to move unimpeded from galaxy to galaxy. With the exception of gravitational lensing. but even here we don't lose photons. They are bent or in the case of the Bullet Nebula they prove Reiter's point. They are split (4 times). But we don't lose them to electrons. If the interstellar media is charged particles other than protons (He-, He3, or He4), any electrons would absorb our photons. This is why we see ionized gas when excited by photons. We don't see the original memes here. We see the interaction of the secondary information, the ion releasing a new photon wave.

I agree with almost everything in the first paper
http://www.electric-cosmos.org/electricplasma.htm

but, Pioneer 11 lost velocity while exiting the solar system.

In my model, I see solar systems like bubbles in the ocean. Bubbles can coalesce, bubbles can separate, but there is a difference between inside the bubble and outside the bubble. These are two disparate systems trying to maintain some equilibrium. Its the pressure outside the bubble pressing on the pressure inside the bubble. Solar system are not bubble shapes they are modified torus.

In the case of the solar system as a bubble, the two systems are (inside) Baryonic in nature and Non-Baryonic in nature (outside). Non-Baryonic particles (photons, free electrons, neutrinos and others) can flow between these two systems. Its the baryons that cannot leave the bubble.


Photo by enoeske on Picasa

We know that the interstellar media cannot be void.

Now for the missing matter, lets look at our friend Oort and his cloud. I think there is more matter here than previously described. Stellar Nucleosysthesis occurs here. Protons collide here and attract electrons. 3 Alphas can easily form a carbon ion. It starts sliding back towards the sun on the bent dark matter. In stellar lightning speed (a couple of million years) our carbon ion is now a small comet. This process reduces the need for Dark Matter to be heavily massive.

This above model only requires E/M and baryonic density, sprinkle some thermodynamic and others and it works. As arrogant as it sounds. I think my model is better than Newton, Einstein, and Hawkins put together (MOND). They require attraction through mass. G has never been found. I think CERN is starting to accept this.

Oh, the reason we don't find He3 on earth, at all, ever, is because of the magnetosphere. The magnetosphere forces the He3 around the earth and deposits it on the moon. Dr Schmitt of Apollo 17 found this ion in ~abundance on the moon. He3 when excited produces tremendous amounts of electricity. With no deuterium.

Thanks to Curt Youngs
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