for scene 32 of the video " Galactic and Solar Systems with Ice Age Evidence - part 2" by Rolf Witzsche
here for a larger image
For the extremely long plasma streams
For the extremely long plasma streams that are extending across several millions of light years, their internal resonance tone is measured correspondingly in long time frames, typically in millions of years for a single cycle of 'vibration.'
For the case of our own galaxy, the Milky Way, one of the plasma streams rings with a frequency of 150 million years per cycle. The connection with the M83 Galaxy is hypothetical to illustrate a principle. The shorter connecting stream, hypothetically connects with the Andromeda Galaxy, resonates at 31 million years per cycle. The interacting resonance of the two very long cycles, affects the plasma density at the node point where the two streams come together, where our galaxy is located. The resulting plasma density fluctuation affect the entire galaxy over these long time frames, which, of course, also affects the climate on Earth with climate fluctuations occurring over the same long time frames.
Index - Previous
Published by Cygni Communications Ltd.
North Vancouver, BC, Canada - (C) in public domain - producer Rolf A. F.