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Our Electric Cold Fusion Sun (Part 6) Solar-wind 'steam' diminishing



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Solving the impossible paradox before us 

The solar winds are diminishing, while the Sun remains constant. That's a paradox.




By looking deeper into the past, one can notice that the systemic weakening that Ulysses had measured between its 1st and 3rd orbit, is actually not a new phenomenon. A long-term weakening had began already more than 3,000 years ago, with ups and downs along the way, according to what we can gleam from ice-core samples drilled from the Greenland ice sheet. The Ulysses satellite tells us, however, that the weakening has dramatically increased in modern time.




The measured 30% reduction of the solar wind pressure over a span of 10 years, is huge. The entire heliosphere that surrounds the solar system at a distance equal to 100 times the distance of the Earth to the Sun, is getting measurably weaker as the result of the diminished solar wind.




Because the heliosphere that forms around the Sun at this great distance, where the solar wind is coming to a halt, creates a shell of plasma at the wind's termination zone, which shields the solar system against galactic cosmic radiation, we should see an increase of galactic cosmic radiation getting through, as the result of the shielding getting weaker. 

The heliosphere attenuates galactic cosmic ray flux. When the heliosphere gets weaker, more of the galactic radiation flux gets through. 




NASA's Ulysses satellite had measured a corresponding 20% increase in galactic radiation. This is precisely what one would expect as the result of the weakening of the solar winds by 30%. 

Thus, with the two measured items of evidence supporting one another, the measurements tell us that the electrodynamic weakening of the solar system is real and is fast progressing. But why isn't this electric weakening reflected in a weaker Sun, when the Sun is electrically powered? Does the paradox disprove the electric-Sun theory? 

No it doesn't disprove it. It proves it. It adds one more item of proof. The proof lies in what the solar wind represents.




In electro-astrophysics, the solar wind comes to light as a feature of a regulating system that maintains the operation of the Sun at a tightly controlled level of intensity.




The KEY to the solar-wind paradox lies in the nature of solar wind.




The solar wind phenomenon may be seen in terms of a tea kettle. The kettle is placed on a stove. The heat is on high. The kettle is venting off steam as it boils. 

It is elementary in chemistry that it is not possible to heat the water in the kettle to a temperature hotter than the boiling point. If one turns up the flame, the water in the kettle doesn't get hotter. The extra energy is devoted to producing more steam. 




In the electrodynamics of the cosmic system that powers our Sun, the solar wind can be likened to steam being boiled off from a kettle. The solar wind is the excess plasma that the regulating system lets go. The regulating feature keeps the Sun at a relatively steady temperature. This also means, at the present time, that when the input plasma density around the Sun diminishes, only the solar winds diminish, while the Sun itself, remains constant in its operation.




The comparison with a kettle tells us that the solar wind pressure can be used to some degree as a measure of the effective power density in the supply line that is feeding into the the Sun at its reactive surface.

In terms of the comparison, the solar wind is the 'steam' that flows from the 'kettle'




 If one turns the flame up, the kettle boils faster, and a stronger stream of steam comes out of it. If one turns the flame down, a weaker stream of steam results. By turning the flame down still further, one gets to the point when no steam at all is being produced. Should one reduce the flame even more, the water would become colder in the kettle. Below the boiling point, the temperature of the water diminishes with the energy input. This comparison is significant.




However, the comparison isn't as simple. Although the water in the kettle can never exceed 100 degrees at ambient pressure, the water can be heated many times hotter under high pressure. This is utilized in electric-power plants. High pressure steam is needed to drive the electricity generating turbines. To make this possible, water is heated to hundredth of degrees, under great pressure. The same, in principle, also applies to the Sun. When the plasma around the Sun becomes intensely concentrated, the fusion reaction on the surface of the Sun intensifies and creates more fusion products, and more light and heat, especially in the high-energy band, and faster and stronger solar winds. As a consequence the Sun gets hotter, and the climate gets hotter.




On the big scene, of the Earth's climate history spanning the last 500 million years, the Earth's climate is presently the coldest it has been in 440 million years. During the big spikes 100 and 300 million years ago, the Sun was likely tremendously hotter. Its present temperature of 5505 degrees corresponds with the present plasma density in the solar system, and its current state as the coldest in 440 million years. During the peak hot times, the Sun may have been operating at 9,000 degrees or above that, for which it would need an environment of much greater plasma density. Correspondingly, it would have generated a stronger solar wind, probably exceeding 1,500 Km per second.

The big climate oscillations that we see here result from two long resonance cycles overlaid on each other. The dominant one is a 150-million-year cycle. The lesser one is a 31-million-years cycle. These two long cycles can be seen as resonance cycles in the plasma streams that flow in and out of our galaxy. Their combined effect determines the over-all plasma density in the galaxy. When both cycles add up, we have an extremely high plasma density everywhere, including in our solar system. Inversely, when both cycles come together at their low point, the galaxy experiences the lowest plasma density. We are presently close to that. We are far below the freeze-up point for Antarctica, and way below the high point of a 100 million years ago. This means that we are in a marginal environment for the Sun, where the slightest reduction in plasma pressure can cause the Sun to go inactive.




That's where the threshold line becomes important. If we drop below this line the Sun becomes inactive periodically, and the Ice Age begins. At first, the cycles of solar inactivity were shorter, with a 41,000-year beat. Then a million years ago, a different resonance became dominant that gave us the longer Ice Age cycles spanning roughly 100,000 to 120,000 years each. During the entire Ice Age Epoch so far, of the last two million years, the Sun has been inactive for roughly 85% of the time. And this may be the reason why we exist as human beings.




When the Sun is inactive, the solar heliosphere that is created by the solar wind and surrounds the solar system like a shield against incoming galactic cosmic ray flux, no longer exists. This means that for the last 2 million years, the Earth was exposed to the full dose of galactic rays for 85% of the time.




Cosmic rays are fast moving protons or electrons that pass right through the human body. While they don't collide with anything, which their electric charge prevents, they create a magnetic field as they flow, which induces a secondary electric current in the human tissue. This electric current appears to be highly beneficial for the neurological development, since the neurological system operates electrically.




The fact that the dawn of humanity didn't begin until the Ice Ages began, seems to suggest that the development of humanity had not been possible prior to the times in which the Sun could go inactive for long periods, which had enabled strong galactic, cosmic-ray flux to reach the Earth.

This means that our very existence might be proof that we live in fragile times in which the Sun can, and will, go inactive for long periods. The present plasma density in the solar system appears to be the rock-bottom minimal density, with the solar wind fast becoming weaker towards its cut-off point.




And still, the story of the human development isn't as simple as that. It may be directly linked with the forming of stars. The artist rendering of Cygnus X-1, contrary to prevailing theories, illustrates the case of immensely concentrated plasma, focused by primer fields onto a hyperactive sun. It appears that the hyperactive sun is spinning off what is said to be a companion sun via a continuous stream of dense plasma that may be perceived as a type of interstellar lightning. 

The Cygnus X-1 system is roughly 6000 light years distant. Its hyperactive sun has been 'measured' to have a surface-fusion temperature of 31,000 degrees. It is said to be a large sun, with a 20 to 40 times greater mass than our Sun. The entire system has been measured to be 300,000 to 400,000 times more luminous than our Sun. The resulting, immense fusion-intensity makes the Cygnus X-1 system the strongest x-ray emitter in the galaxy. 

A black hole is theorized to be at the center of this system, as gravitational anchor for the orbiting star. Since black holes cannot exist in the real world, what is deemed to be a high-gravity black hole, is simply a large mass of magnetically concentrated plasma furnished by its Primer Fields. Plasma doesn't emit light, only its interaction with atomic matter can be visually detected, which creates electromagnetic radiation. The particles of plasma, themselves, are too small to be visible. What is theorized in astronomy to be "black matter," detected by its gravitational effects, is in reality nothing more than concentrations of plasma that does have a substantial, invisible, mass and gravity.

The interaction of concentrated plasma in the Cygnus X-1 system is so intense, that the X-1 system emits strongly in the x-ray band. It would be surprising if it didn't. It is in this context where we find another possible connection of astrophysics with human development.




There exists another star-system of a similar type, 30,000 light years distant, named Cygnus X-3. This system features large jets flowing from its confinement domes. This system appears to be even more-intensely active than the X-1 system, which the strong jets indicate. The interstellar lightning that extends to the still developing companion star appears to be of such a great intensity that a shower of a high-energy cosmic-ray particles is being created, of a type that has not been encountered before. The unknown type of ration has been detected to occur at intervals of 4.79 hours, which could reflect the orbital period of this binary star system in a manner in which the interstellar lighting stream is pointing towards us.

It has been discovered in October 1985, in underground experiments as a part of the SOUDAN experiment series, that the X3 star-system causes anomalous muon events that can penetrate 2000 feet of rock. 




The muon is a short-lived unstable subatomic particle with a mean lifetime of only 2.2 µs, It typically results from high-energy cosmic-ray interaction with atomic matter, typically in the atmosphere. The muon is a type of electron with a 200 times greater mass than the electron, which due to is greater mass. This allows muons to penetrate more deeply into matter with lesser deceleration due to energy loss, than electrons. They were detected 2000 feet below the ground in the Soudan deep mine laboratory. 

The interesting part is that the Cygnus X-3 pulses detected in this deep-mine facility, were not detected as normal cosmic-ray pulses. Their origin, thus remains unknown, a puzzle that is yet to be solved.




The interesting part is, that it is believed that the Cygnus X-3 source became active around 700,000 years ago. This means that it may have had a decisive impact on human development. 




The 700,000-year timeframe coincides roughly with the qualitative dividing line between the early sequence of human development, and the start of the modern sequence beginning with homo heidelbergensis, number 6, that took us past homo erectus towards modern man, who we became as a species of immense intellectual capacity that is precious beyond compare on the carpet of life, that is worthy of the greatest care and protection.

It is reasonable therefore, to speculate that the highly capable species that we have become, second to none, had been made possible in part by a series of unique astrophysical events in the electric universe that we are just beginning to understand, which take astrophysical exploration ever-further outside the primitive concepts in cosmology where only gravity is deemed to rule.




Of course we will never know what type of gigantic event has created the Cygnus-x3 system 700,000 years ago. Nevertheless, the anomaly that came out of it, that remains a puzzle to the present day, suggests that something extraordinary may have happened back that still affects us in our time. 

The phase shift in human development with Cygnus-x3 becoming active, if there was such a coincidence, suggests strongly that human development may be built on vastly more than primitive evolution.




It is extremely likely that humanity may find itself snapping out of its small-minded mode of thinking that has been cultivated in modern tine. Historically, the greatest intellectual and scientific breakthroughs occurred during the cold times that would have been times of weak solar wind and greater cosmic-ray flux reaching the earth.

Since the heliosphere is already becoming noticeably weaker, because of the weaker solar wind pressure, the current increase in cosmic-ray interaction will therefore become stronger over the next 30 years as the result of the dynamic electric weakening in the solar system. Hopefully, this will aid us to end the madness of preparing for nuclear war, and idealizing human depopulation by starvation as the current policy.




The current electric weakening in the solar system, and its apparently beneficial effect, will most likely continue until the Sun's Primer Fields collapse completely and the heliosphere vanishes, at which point we will receive the full dose of cosmic-ray intrusion with unknown effects. This may happen in the 2050s. The process has already begun. The solar 'kettle' is generating less and less 'steam' as it were.






Ulysses has measured 30% less 'steam' coming from the Sun over the span of 10 years. Now, 5 years further down this path, the solar wind pressure is likely reduced by 45% from what it had been in 1992 when the measurements started. 




Fifteen years from now, in the 2030 timeframe, the 'steam' flow will likely have diminished by a total of 90%. This means that we will have only 10% left then. And still, even at this highly diminished stage, we won't likely see the slightest change in the Sun's energy-radiation intensity. Only when the input energy drops below the point where solar winds are no longer ejected, will the Sun itself begin to diminish. This 'fading' would happen progressively from the 2030 timeframe onward. The Sun would still function at this point, but with a diminished intensity. When we get to this point, the weakening of the input streams, would of course continue. This means that we might not have much time left at this point, to the Sun becoming inactive completely. When the supply factor gets interrupted, the entire plasma powered system begins to collapse. 




The magnetic dynamic-flow geometry of the Primer Fields is a function of the intensity of the flow. When the flow is diminishing, as it already is, the resulting geometry reshapes itself accordingly. When the reshaping affects the dynamic functioning of the system, a threshold point will be reached when the entire interlocked structure can no longer be maintained and vanishes as if it had never existed. When this happens to the supply system of the Sun, which powers its nuclear-fusion process, the Sun will simply go inactive. 




The inactive Sun will in time become a dim star that initially glows by its residual energy and some remaining plasma interaction with its corona, as a red dwarf. The inactive Sun may also become in time a tiny white dwarf, if it comes to that, which then glows only by nuclear decay within it.




The energy output of the inactive Sun would likely reflect what we presently are able to measure in the umbra of the sunspots. The measurements the we make there tell us that the residual energy level of the Sun will likely be roughly 30% of its active level that we presently enjoy. At the inactive energy level, agriculture will still remain possible in the equatorial region. 




This means that most of the world's agriculture will have to be relocated to there. Since little land exists in the tropics, agriculture will have to be put afloat across the equatorial sea, onto infrastructures that do not yet exist. Two sea-bridges will have to be built, roughly 500 kilometers wide, along the equator, between the continents, serving as a new place for the agriculture that can no longer be maintained in the regions that become uninhabitable by the cold. These extensive infrastructures will have to be built to maintain the existence of humanity. 

The building is not optional. The materials exist for it, and so do the technologies and the energy resources. But will humanity create what is necessary for it to survive, and in time? This becomes a spiritual question, which remains yet to be answered.




The principles that have been discovered, tell us that the potential exist for the electromagnetic fields to collapse that prime the Sun with its highly concentrated sphere of plasma that surrounds it. The observed rate of diminishment, such as measured by the Ulysses satellite, projected forward in time in a linear manner, suggests that the Sun may go inactive in the 2050 timeframe. With the cause for this collapse being located in the diminishing plasma streams in interstellar space, far outside the solar system itself, the human capability is far too feeble to master the large cosmic events that operate in interstellar space. 




The big question is whether we can muster the capability to master ourselves, and thus to rouse ourselves to upgrade our world for the requirements of the future that we are able to forecast by the dynamics of the causative principles, instead of events.

We are perfectly able to know with great certainty that we will kill our children and ourselves likewise, if the infrastructures will not be created to place most of the world's agriculture into the tropics before the next Ice Age begins, which may happen in 30 years time. Most of the world's agriculture lies presently in the zone that becomes uninhabitable when the Ice Age begins, or at best, becomes useless for agriculture. Without the continued operation of agriculture, where most of the world's food originates, humanity will simply perish by starvation. This needs to be avoided.




The harsh conditions in the world under an inactive Sun, may have been the reason why only 1 to 10 million people had survived through the last Ice Age, worldwide. That's all we had after more than 2 million years of human development. The climate conditions that have placed this immense chokehold on humanity will be upon us potentially in the 2050s. 

We need to decide, therefore, if we want to prevent us from becoming choked to death, globally, this time around.




The Ice Age choke-hold may have been a major contributing reason why the seven previous human species have all become extinct.




Of course, we cannot predict the future rate of the energy diminishment in the solar system. The current rate of diminishment could slow down. Or it could accelerate. The effects could become manifest faster, or unfold slowly. This means that we cannot orient the existentially critical world development against such potential events. 

Event-driven reactions are dangerous traps. Economic policy systems must become principle oriented. We cannot predict events, but we can understand the principles and the dynamics that are in operation, by which events occur. 

With being guided by the imperatives of known principles, it becomes possible that preparations for the critical events are made before the events occur, whenever this may be. If the known principles project an existential danger, then by responding to the principles, we eliminate the danger. With any lesser approach, we effectively lay ourselves down to die, possibly even before the Ice Age transition begins.

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