Ice Age of the dimming Sun in 30 years
In discussing the operating electromagnetic principles of cosmic plasma becoming focused onto a sun or galaxy, the plasma physicist David LaPoint referred to the magnetic fields that form in space, as "The Primer Fields."
His laboratory work with static experiments reflect to a large degree the dynamic shapes produced in high-energy plasma discharge experiments produced at the Los Alamos National Laboratory by Anthony Peratt. The results from both efforts support the long-developing theory of plasma cosmology, and the Sun being a plasma sphere powered from the outside by electric plasma fusion occurring on its surface.
On this basis a more truthful perception of the solar dynamics, and climate dynamics, comes to light, supported by large volumes of evidence, including strong evidence for plasma dynamics driving the ice age dynamics that cannot really be understood on any other basis.
With advances in plasma physics, especially cosmic plasma physics, a practical foundation unfolds for the science of the plasma universe and the plasma-fusion Sun. The advances also open the door significantly to the wider scientific understanding of the ice ages in the context of observed phenomena, and the subsequent recognition of the grave danger that humanity is in by the impending solar phase shift in 30 years to an inactive Sun with 70% less radiated energy, with which the next Ice Age glaciation cycle will begin. All threads of evidence lead to this point. That's where the danger lies, and the opportunity to rouse ourselves out of the present cultural collapse into war, terror, genocide, and economic disintegration.
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