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Paradox #11 is the paradox of the differential rotation of the Sun, which is not inherent in the dynamics of a gas sphere.
It is a feature of the plasma Sun that is affected externally by the operating features of the larger solar system in which the Sun is located.
The faster rotation of the Sun at its equator, indicates that the Sun's rotation is externally powered by rotating plasma streams within the larger solar system.
A plasma Sun operates by drawing interstellar plasma streams to it, with which it interacts, by which it is powered.
However, plasma particles carry an electric charge, which when set in motion generate a magnetic field around them. The combined magnetic fields draws the moving plasma together into a self-confined stream, by what is termed the Lorentz Force. The increasing density in the stream, of course, increases the magnetic field that pinches the stream together ever tighter.
By this increase a point is reached when the magnetic fields tangle up, by which the plasma begins to flow backwards. The back-flow, however, is limited by a curled back magnetic field that keeps the plasma confined and thereby evermore self-concentrating.
By this process a point is reached by which a focused stream of concentrated plasma flows out from the confinement cell unto a plasma sun, which every Sun is. The plasma stream surrounds the Sun.
High-power plasma discharge experiments have revealed that that the focused plasma stream that flows out of the confinement structure is made up of an inner core, and an outer ring of 56 plasma filaments with rotating magnetic fields, which is focused onto a sun.
The Sun becomes surrounded thereby, not only by plasma, but also by rotating magnetic fields.
The rotating magnetic fields, naturally affect the surface plasma of the Sun. The induced rotation is strongest at the Sun's equator, and weakest at the more distant poles. Thus, the Sun's differential rotation proves that the Sun is a plasma star, operating within a complex plasma solar system.
The entire system is driven by magnetically self-focused interstellar plasma streams, that all reflect the basic principles of primer fields in operation. The plasma streams flow into the solar system across long distances of interstellar space. When the plasma is eventually focused onto a plasma sun, typically by magnetic primer fields, the thereby facilitated solar operation consumes a portion of the in-flowing plasma with a process of atomic synthesis.
All the atoms that exist, were synthesized on the surface of a Sun by consuming plasma.
The consumption of plasma with atomic syntheses is critical for the entire solar process to function. It creates the sink effect that enables interstellar plasma to flow. When plasma becomes bound up into atoms, which happens in a balanced fashion, the resulting construct becomes electrically neutral. The, thereby bound-up plasma particles, functionally disappear from the electrodynamics landscape, as if they had never existed. They flow away into space.
The fusion of plasma into atoms creates that vital sink effect without which nothing would flow. It creates a kind of destination for the plasma streams to flow to, and flow into, like a bottomless pit. The bottomless pit keeps the entire system of plasma streams in motion. The solar system thereby acts as a sink for the galactic system and enables its flow. Without the plasma sun that consumes plasma in rich measures, by binding it up into atoms, the universe would likely not exist. Nothing would flow. Nothing would be created.
All the atoms for the planets were synthesized by the Sun
The plasma sun thereby comes to light as the heart that keeps the blood flowing.
Whatever portion of the interstellar plasma that flows into the solar system, is not consumed, simply flows on to the next star. It flows on as a weaker plasma stream and expands again through a complimentary set of magnetic fields that operate in reverse and expand the excess plasma flow into an out-flowing interstellar plasma stream.
That's why the stellar primer fields are complimentary in nature.
The out-flowing stream subsequently gathers up plasma from galactic space as it flows, on its path to another star nearby.
The term, 'the Primer Fields' was likely pioneered by the researcher David LaPoint who had conducted extensive static experiments of the magnetic structures to discover the underlying principles. He published several videos about it, under the title "The Primer Fields."
Visual evidence indicates that plasma stars are often lined up into long strings of stars in cosmic space, each of which thereby becomes a node point in the long stream. The plasma that exists in the interstellar background, feeds into the active plasma stream. The background plasma is a feature of the dynamics of the galaxy.
The critical aspect for us, about our Sun as a plasma star being located at a node point of an interstellar stream, is that the primer fields form by themselves by the electromagnetic effect of moving plasma, whenever the conditions exist for this to happen.
In order for the primer fields to form, and to be maintained, the plasma stream must have a minimal rate of flow and density. When the plasma flow becomes too weak for the primer fields to be maintained, the primer fields vanish and their effects vanish with them. In this case the plasma sun looses the concentrated plasma surrounding it, and falls back into a low-power hibernation state that corresponds to the less focused plasma environment that exists without primer fields in operation.
The plasma density of the interstellar stream for our solar system is presently, rapidly diminishing. The threshold will likely be crossed in the 2050s past which the primer fields can no longer be maintained and the Sun drops into hibernation. That's the 'promise' of our Sun as a plasma star.
With it the current interglacial period ends, the next glaciation periods begins, the deep Ice Age resumes that has not been experienced in the entire 12,000-year epoch in which our civilization developed.
That the hibernating plasma Sun is not a mere theory, but has measured evidence standing behind it, comes to light in ice core data going back in time 150,000 years.
The hibernating Sun, without a plasma mantle around it, emits significantly larger volumes of cosmic-ray flux, which becomes reflected on Earth in high rates of Berillium-10 production in the atmosphere, preserved in ice. The high rate begins and ends with the beginning and ending of the last glacial period.
This proof, delivered by the Sun, of its state as a hibernating plasma star, proves that Ice Ages are caused by the Sun and by what affects it. This proof invalidates all mechanistic theories for the cause of the Ice Ages, because nothing other than a hibernating sun, being a plasma star, can generate the high volume of cosmic-ray flux that is reflected in high Berillium-10 ratios that have been measured, and have been measured precisely aligned with the glaciation period.
That the Sun is presently in its interglacial high-powered mode, is evident in the measurements produced by the NASA and ESO spacecraft, Ulysses, as it orbited over the polar regions of the Sun.
One of the objectives of the space mission was to measure the distribution of solar-wind pressure around the Sun in all directions, outside the ecliptic.
Here it gets interesting. The satellite encountered a complete void in its measurements, of the solar-wind movement over the poles, in the exact area where the plasma inflow from the primer fields would be logically located. The Ulysses measurements add another item of proof, thereby, that our Sun is a plasma star, and all stars likewise. It also adds to the recognition that the galaxy as a whole, in which we are located, is a plasma-powered structure.
NASA has discovered the existence of two gigantic plasma structures above and below the galactic disk.
The structures are reminiscent to a plasma feature observed in high-energy plasma discharge experiment. In the lab the plasma geometry was made artificially visible. The plasma structures above and below the galaxy are naturally visible in gamma-ray and x-ray light.
The similarity in shape and location renders the galactic plasma structures as confinement domes of galactic-scale primer fields, and the galaxy as a node point in intergalactic plasma streams.
The discovery renders the entire galaxy as a part of a node-point structure between immensely long intergalactic plasma streams, just as our solar system and its primer fields is a node point structure between interstellar plasma streams.
The basic operational principle is the same in both cases, expressed on vastly different scales.
The discovery of the galactic plasma structures renders our entire galaxy a sea of 400 billion plasma-powered, plasma stars, and likewise so, all galaxies.
The discovery thereby obsoletes the Big Bang theory, which had been invented to theorize the origin for the hydrogen gas for the gas sun model. This has been made obsolete by NASA's galactic-plasma discovery - though many like to dispute this, which is plainly obvious.
The origin of the cosmic plasma streams that power the plasma galaxies, which all galaxies are, is actually much more elegant and rationally acceptable than the Big Bang theory that regards the universe to be the result of a cosmic explosion.
The theoretical physicist David Bohm, whom Albert Einstein is said to have referred to as his successor, suggests that nothing is actually created.
David Bohm sees apparently empty space as not at all empty, but as a sea of immensely dense latent energy that has an implicate order and an explicate order.
The explicate order may be like ripples on the surface of water. Protons and electrons may be like ripples on the surface of energy.
It is well understood in nuclear physics that electrons and protons are not basic particles in themselves, but are theorized to be the constructs of quarks, which are theorized themselves, to be but moving points of energy.
Plasma origin - 1
Galactic concentration - 2
Plasma forms plasma stars - 3
Plasma fused into atoms become planets - 4
The cycle of plasma in the universe is a gigantic cycle. It is an eternal cycle that unfolds in 4 phases simultaneously.
In the first phase, the origin of the plasma that the visible universe is constructed of, unfolds. It unfolds as an explicate phenomenon of ripples on latent energy that fills all space.
In the second phase, the unfolding cosmic plasma background, nourishes intergalactic plasma streams and the galaxies at their node points, whereby the cosmic plasma becomes densely concentrated.
In the third phase, the concentrated plasma that is flowing in the galactic system creates and powers the galaxy's stars, which are plasma stars.
In the fourth phase, the plasma stars fuse plasma into electrically neutral atoms. The process provides the sink effect that keeps the plasma streams in the galaxy, and thereby in the universe, flowing. The process of atomic synthesis also provides the atomic mass for all the planets, and generates the cosmic ray flux and the light and heat that nourish life.
Does all this sound too exotic? I would say, it doesn't. It is far less exotic than the Big Bang explosion myth that is supposed to have created the universe?
Actually, the plasma cycle is not exotic at all, but is instead extremely relevant to our living on Earth, in a highly practical manner.
This is so, because the plasma universe, the plasma galaxy, the plasma Sun, and the Earth under the Sun, stand at the center of the greatest existential challenge in our world, in possibly the entire history of humanity.
This challenge, which is immense in scope, unfolds by the galactic plasma system, and the solar plasma system being interlinked, and by them being linked with our living by their effect on the climate on Earth.
This is so, because the long-cycle resonance effects of the intergalactic plasma streams, cause fluctuations of the density in the galaxy that directly affect our climate on Earth, because the galaxy provides the background stage on with our Sun's own activity fluctuations unfold, with all their climate-change effects, large and small, that even include the ice ages and the one that is now on the near horizon.
On the phanerozoic time scale our climate is presently at the coldest level of the last 440 million years. We are way colder now than in the time when Antarctica froze up for a second time 12 million years ago, and we are getting colder still.
Then, ten million years after Antarctica froze up, the Ice Age glaciation cycles began. We are now 2 million years into the ice age cycles epoch, in which the climate that we presently enjoy, the interglacial climate, is an anomaly that barely lasts for slightly over 10% of the Ice Age cycle.
The anomaly is caused by the electromagnetic resonance, this time, in the interstellar plasma streams, just as we find such resonances in intergalactic plasma streams.
Plasma streams are electric in nature, and elastic. They have a built-in resonance according to their length and their plasma density.
The built-in resonance causes the density of the interstellar plasma streams to fluctuate, similar to the fluctuations of the solar cycles that we see plotted here by sunspot numbers, which are essentially likewise resonance features.
Interglacial periods result when the density in the interstellar plasma stream for our Sun meets the requirement for primer fields to form, which, when active, focus concentrated plasma onto our plasma Sun and enable it to operate in high-powered mode.
The high-powered mode, that is the interglacial mode, will last until the primer fields collapse again. The collapse of the primer fields, however, happens at a lower density level than the turn-on level.
By these dynamics the plasma Sun will be in its interglacial high-powered mode for roughly 10% of the Ice Age Cycle, according to modern measurements.
Because the forming and collapse of the primer fields occur at different density levels, the interglacial period is asymmetric in nature, which puts the collapse point onto a steeper slope of the resonance pulse. This means that the interglacial climate is diminishing at a more rapid rate now, even collapsing in some respects.
At the present stage, our brief anomaly of wonderfully warm climates, which has been diminishing since the interglacial optimum 8,000 years ago, is now accelerating by the effects of its asymmetry. It is accelerating towards its end.
That's what we see reflected in the ice core measurements. We are nearing the end of a wonderful, but brief, anomaly. The interstellar plasma streams that power are climate are getting so dramatically weaker that related effects are popping up everywhere. Alarm bells should be ringing.
The first major effect that happened, was that the big warming cycles and their intervals began to diminish.
Thereafter, we saw the shorter cycles that the Little Ice Age cycles were a part of, diminishing likewise both in amplitude and in the length of their intervals.
We saw their intervals getting shorter at a rate of geometric progression. There is nothing much left of them now as we are fast approaching the end of the line while the Earth keeps on getting colder. That's the face of the weakening plasma Sun.
Many of the dynamic features that have been discovered about the solar system, are presently fast loosing ground with the solar system, that includes the plasma streams, getting weaker. We see the solar cosmic-ray volume correspondingly increasing. And that's happening at an amazingly fast rate.
And we see the the cosmic-ray increase reflected in increasing fringe-effect consequences on the wide field of climate effects, from floods to drought to cold and snow.
We also see it reflected in the greenhouse effect of the atmosphere getting weaker. And that's happening fast.
The Ulysses spacecraft saw a 20% increase of cosmic-ray flux per decade over the timeframe of its mission.
We now see the same fast rate continuing in the measurements of the Moscow Neutron Monitor.
Even the heart beat of the solar system, the 11-year solar cycle, is slowing down and getting fainter.
Here, the real-time measurements of our plasma Sun become important, because they speak of a climate collapse in progress, progressing towards the big phase shift into glaciation.
When the primer fields collapse and the Sun goes into hibernation, we find ourselves in a different world with 70% less solar energy being radiated from the hibernating plasma Sun, and 80% less precipitation happening. Agriculture will then collapse, and without agriculture, humanity will vanish.
Our understanding of the dynamics of plasma Sun and the principles that operate it, should cause humanity unite and join hands to build itself a technological new world that the collapsing climate cannot affect. But nothing is done on this front, while the remaining time to get this done is getting shorter.
Humanity has put itself effectively asleep with inconsequential pursuits of wealth and power and war. The strategic defense of humanity is off the table, and time is running out. What will it take for humanity to awake?
We may be only a decade away from the stage when agriculture begins to collapse under the pressure of the fringe effects that are already happening and are increasing, especially in the northern regions. There, we may see entire nations functionally collapsing and ceasing to exist, ranging from Canada in the West, to Europe and to Russia in the East. That's the face of the boundary zone to the next Ice Age unfolding, with processes that cannot be stopped, but for which the consequences can be avoided when humanity wakes from its slumber.
In order to avoid the consequences of the resulting climate change, thousands of new cities need to be built, up to 6,000 of them for a million people each, all with new agricultures and industries attached, and so forth, and with new freshwater resources and new energy resources.
Since little suitable land is available in the tropics, for this global development of a new world, most of the new world will need to be built afloat onto the equatorial seas. Tragically, nothing of the sort is done.
Here, the greatest potential tragedy in the history of civilization is located, as absolutely nothing is being built to face the looming existential crisis, or is even being considered.
That's the real, deep Ice Age Challenge, which stands before us all. It unmasks for us the existence of an ice age within us.
Whether humanity will survive the astrophysical Ice Age challenge that it is reluctant to face, which is greater than any challenge in its entire history, remains yet to be seen.
The astrophysical challenge can be faced, and a new world can be created to avoid the cosmic consequences that only few would otherwise survive, but again I must ask, will it be done? Will humanity create itself the greatest new renaissance ever - the brightest ever experienced - with which to master the astrophysical challenge?
The materials, energy, and technologies to master the challenge do all readily exist. Humanity lacks nothing to build itself a new future, should it raise itself out of its pit of small-minded thinking, and this in time to rescue itself.
The potential for a bright human future is immensely great, in-spite of the Ice Age that cannot be prevented by any means available. But will society rouse itself out of its present smallness at heart and realize its potential?
This question places the most critical challenge of our time out of the realm of cosmic dynamics, and puts it into the realm of society's self-healing of its smallness, so that it will not lay itself down and commit collective suicide by default?
Here is where the scientific recognition of the dynamics of the universe becomes important, including that of the plasma Sun that is a pivotal element of it.
The needed self-healing of humanity is possible, and will likely be achieved when the Ice Age Challenge with all its vast dimensions is not seen as a barrier, but is seen as an invitation to the greatest renaissance in all respects that lies within reach for the grasping.