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Ice Age of the dimmer Sun in 30 years - 2 Primer Field effects

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The Effects of the Primer Fields on the Sun


The shape of the galaxy shown here illustrates to some degree, in principle, the shape of the plasma environment in our solar system, though the density in the solar system is presently too low for the organizing plasma streams to be seen.

However, by replicating the shaping process in the very small, in the laboratory environment, we can explore the forces that shape these types of phenomena.

David LaPoint discovered in laboratory experiments that the Primer Fields, when they exist and are functioning, physically prime the environment of the solar system with a densely compressed sphere of plasma centered on our Sun. 

The principle is illustrated here.

The effects, however, that David LaPoint discovered, are so amazingly critical that great problems arise for humanity when their functioning is impeded or is collapsing.

The evidence tells us that the dense plasma environment that is focused on the center of the solar system enables our Sun to be electrically powered from the outside by electric arc reactions. In these reactions the condensed plasma interacts with the Sun's photosphere.

The condensing process is a multi-stage process that is illustrated to some degree in the Red Square nebula. The nebula is not the remnant of an exploding star as nebulas are often regarded. Instead it is an example of the typical features of the Primer Fields in operation. The fields form by the principles inherent in the flow of electric plasma in space. The details will be discussed later, though the overall effect is noteworthy here. The effect of the fields is that plasma streams that exist in galactic space in wide channels, becomes drawn together, like by a wide funnel, and becomes magnetically focused from the funnel onto a central sun, or a system of multiples suns that become intensely powered by this process. The planets exist outside of this densely powered sphere, on an ecliptic centerd on the Sun, between the two Primer Field structures. The plasma concentration process that we see in operation here, which is basically the s me for every sun, renders our Sun as an intensely powered catalytic energy converter, that is powered not from within, but is powered externally at its surface.

The evidence that the Sun is externally powered is fairly obvious. When we look beneath the high-powered photosphere, through the open space at the umbra of the sunspots, the Sun reveals itself as being much darker, and therefore cooler inside. The photosphere has been measured at a whopping 5,870 degrees Kelvin, and the surface below at a mere 3,000 degrees. This means that the Sun's great brilliance is electrically generated at its very surface and does not emanate from within from nuclear fusion reactions as it is generally believed.

The plasma concentration process that enables a sun to be electrically powered, has been replicated in lab experiments.

 There a highly compressed plasma sphere was formed in a thinly filled chamber of gas between two bowl-type permanent magnets that replicate the functional elements of the Primer Fields. 

The result, which is shown here, was develop by the functions of the magnetic fields acting on the plasma flow to concentrate it.

It is interesting to note that in the lab experiment the plasma sphere at the center did not form instantly. The operating environment needed to be established first.

However, in the real world this establishing-function also includes the forming of the bowl-shaped magnetic fields themselves by which the plasma becomes concentrated. In the lab, the magnetic fields were provided with manufactured magnets. In the real world the bowl-shaped magnetic fields are electrically created structures that are formed by moving electricity in plasma streams.

This means that the plasma sphere in which our sun is located, is the composite result of complex processes working together, for which a certain level of plasma input density is required for the forming of the magnetic bowl structures to happen. 

I will illustrate later how the bowl-shaped magnetic structures are formed, that furnish the Primer Fields, which in turn create the conditions that focus plasma onto our Sun that lights it up to great brilliance.

While different types of atoms emit light in different bands, the numerous types of atoms that are created in the photosphere, in combination, create photons of all possible shapes and sizes that together cover the entire light spectrum and beyond, in a seamless field of colors.

The white sunlight that we see reflected in the color-rich world that we cherish, is the direct result of the plasma-fusion process in the photosphere of the Sun that is facilitated by the actions of the Primer Fields that focus interstellar plasma unto the Sun. The white sunlight with its colorful spectrum is not possible on any other basis.

The historically theorized concept of the Sun as a sphere of hydrogen gas with a hydrogen-fusion process at its core, is obviously false, because it cannot produce the white sunlight spectrum that we see.

Hydrogen atoms emit light in only a few narrow bands.

The white sunlight spectrum is only possible by solar surface plasma fusion where all known types of atomic elements are created.

The color-rich white sunlight is clear tangible evidence that we live in a solar system powered by plasma streams that the Primer Fields are an active element of, centered on a plasma Sun.

However, the surface plasma fusion does not only create atomic elements and streams of light, but also emits highly energetic solar cosmic-ray flux, marked 3C. Cosmic rays are not streams of light, but are events of highly energized individual electrons and protons escaping from the magnetic confinement of the primer fields of the plasma fusion cells in the photosphere. Most of the solar cosmic rays are trapped in the corona, marked #3, but when the corona weakens, more of them penetrate the barrier and reach the Earth.

Solar cosmic rays have an ionizing effect in the atmosphere that enhances the cloud forming process, which affects the climate on Earth.

Increased cloudiness results in colder climates. The white top of the clouds reflect a portion of the incoming solar energy back into space, which thereby becomes lost to us. The top of clouds also radiate latent energy from the cloud-forming process into space. Latent energy is released when water vapor is condensed into liquid droplets. 

When a pot of water is put on a stove and is boiled into steam, the energy that is invested in the process is released as latent energy when the steam condenses back into water. 

In the atmosphere, 45% of the thermal budget is derived from latent energy. Much of this energy is released in the clouds, at the edge of the atmosphere, where much of it is cooled into space.

By the combined effect of clouds reflecting solar energy directly back into space, and the clouds cooling latent energy into space, the rate of cloud forming is the major climate-determining factor on Earth, and the rate of this process is absolutely determined by the Sun, by the volume of cosmic-ray flux that escapes from it.

When the solar corona is weak, which also results in weak solar activity, the solar cosmic-ray flux is increased, cloudiness is thereby increased, and the Earth gets colder. When this happens in a big way, a Little Ice Age results.

That's what we saw in the 1600s, at the time of the Maunder Minimum of the solar activity. The global cooling was so massive that rivers became skating rinks in the winter.

That this time of the Little Ice Age was a time of large volumes of solar cosmic-ray flux, is indicated in Carbon-14 measurements. Carbon-14 results from Solar cosmic rays affecting the atmosphere. All the cold periods that we have measurements for were periods of weak solar conditions that result in extremely high rates of solar cosmic-ray flux, and by implication also high rates of cloudiness.

This means that the ever-changing climate on Earth, is directly caused by changing density in the interstellar plasma stream, which, through the Primer Fields system, is focused onto our Sun. It also proves that the Sun is surface-powered by the Primer Fields, because no other platform than surface plasma fusion is able to generate solar cosmic-ray flux, and this so massively that it affects the climate on Earth.

It also means that the great global warming after the Little Ice Age, was not manmade by industrial activity and fuel burning, but was the direct result in changing cosmic conditions that the Primer Fields focused onto the Sun where it affected the Sun's delicate operating dynamics.

The recognition of these changing cosmic conditions is critical for our time, because we see in them a long-term down-ramping in progress towards another Little Ice Age coming up fast, from which the solar system may not recover.

The solar system barely recovered from the Little Ice Age. The down-ramping that we see in suggests that the next minimum in the solar system may take us below the minimal density that is needed for the Primer Fields to be maintained.

When the Primer Fields collapse, a phase shift occurs. Then all the climate changes that have occurred in the last 10,000 years will appear as nothing in comparison. With the Sun going largely inactive, the glacial climate begins that ice core measurements tell us, will be 40 times colder than the worst of the Little Ice Age had been.

It has become evident in lab experiments and cosmic observations that when the input density of the plasma streams that feed into the Primer Fields system drops below a certain minimum threshold, the critical fields don't form, whereby the entire process stops.

The climate fluctuations that have been experienced, that we have records of, tell us that the solar system is not as robust as is generally believed, and is down-ramping.

When the phase-shift happens in the real world, the brilliant photosphere of our sun is no longer being powered. It becomes in effect, turned off. It fades into a thin haze, leaving in the wake a colder, darker, yellow sun that glows dimly by its internally stored-up energy like ambers of a fire gone out, which too, then slowly diminish. 

This means that the transition to the next ice age will not be a slow process that is drawn out over thousands of years, but will be a radical turn-off transition in which the Sun goes dim in possibly a single day. 

There exists plenty of evidence in ice core samples that the kind of rapid transformation of the climate on earth has happened that reflects an on-off transition, from an active Sun, to a deactivated Sun. 

Nothing short of such a radical transition can explain the massive, rapid cooling that occurred when the last Ice Age began 120,000 years ago.

It takes a massive reduction in solar energy input into the Earth's climate, to cause the formation of the enormous ice sheets that become spread across much of the northern hemisphere as it is shown here, which piled up 10,000 feet thick, or more in some places.

When the phase-shift happens a radically different world unfolds. The actual timeframe in which the phase-shift unfolds may be extremely short, probably spanning less than a single year for all practical purposes. 

We are presently near the phase-shift point. We have come to the end phase of the actively powered period of the sun, and the beginning of the next 90,000-year glaciation period. 

Of course we don't know the precise day or year at which the Primer Fields will collapse and the plasma sphere around the Sun will vanish, but do we really need to know this?

We know already enough to be inspired by it to take the appropriate actions to build new infrastructures for our food supply and for our living. We know with measured evidence on hand that the Earth has been in a diminishing trend for 3,000 years already, that appears to be now accelerating towards the critical cut-off point. 

We see the solar system getting weaker. The tell-tale sunspot cycles are diminishing. Also, over the timeframe of a single decade, NASA's Ulysses spacecraft has measured an amazing weakening of the solar wind pressure by a whopping 30%. This is an enormous drop-off for such a short period.

We also know that when the Sun's powered state ends, that is when it gets turned off to a lower intensity state, the big ice sheets will form. It takes a big change in the incoming energy that warms our planet, for big effects to happen.

Let's hope that the cut-off point that we are moving towards is still more distant in time than it appears to be, because at the present time no one of humanity is prepared for the consequences. 

Not the least preparations are even considered to be made, much less are made, even while the Ice Age consequences, when they begin, promise to be far bigger than most people dare to imagine.

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