Transcript for scene 38 of the video " Indexed Ice Age Carousel- part 2" by Rolf Witzsche - Ice Age Ahead not Global Warming  

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In a hypothetical case for our galaxy

In a hypothetical case for our galaxy, the Milky Way Galaxy, one intergalactic plasma stream might connect with the Andromeda Galaxy, 2.5 million light years distant, with a resonance cycle of 31 million years. The other stream might connect with Galaxy M83, 12.5 million light years distant, with a 150 million years resonance.

All plasma streams have built-in resonance cycles, like the strings of a piano. In both cases the cycle times depend on the length and the density of the resonating structure. For long intergalactic plasma streams that span across millions of light years, plasma resonance times in the range of tens of millions of years, are well within the range of what one would expect.

But how can we make this type of theoretical plasma structure visible?

 

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