Plasma Filaments in the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy

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Plasma Filaments in the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy

Post by LongtimeAirman on Tue Jul 17, 2018 4:32 pm

Telescope Offers 'Clearest View Yet' of Milky Way - Including Plasma Filaments
Chris Reeve writes:The MeerKAT radio telescope was inaugurated in South Africa this past Friday, revealing the clearest view yet of the center of the Milky Way. What is especially surprising about the produced image are the numerous prominent filaments which seem to appear in the foreground.

Herschel made a similar announcement just three years prior that "Observations with ESA's Herschel space observatory have revealed that our Galaxy is threaded with filamentary structures on every length scale." Intriguingly, close inspection of yesterday's SKA image show these filaments twisting around one another, yet without combining — a phenomenon observable in most novelty plasma globes when the filaments are conducting electricity... The SKA telescopes is one of the first telescopes to witness these filaments because it is 50 times more powerful than any former telescope, but also because it is apparently one of the few telescopes which can observe dark mode plasmas. For these reasons, the SKA telescope will inevitably revive the debate over the underlying physical reasons for filaments which exhibit coherent thin magnetic structure over light-year distances.

The original submission included a comment with more information about the theory of a plasma universe.

Here's the MeerKAT News Release where the image shown above can be found.

A completely new view of the Milky Way. All those plasma streamers, and they appear aligned. The Slashdot site includes an Electric Universe discussion that seems to have go badly for the EU. Any thoughts Cr6?

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Re: Plasma Filaments in the Center of the Milky Way Galaxy

Post by Cr6 on Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:53 am

You know LTAM,
I always keep a copy of this guy (Koertvelyessy) in my back pocket. He's not EU exactly but he's tapping into ideas that might explain "interstellar" events. I haven't looked at him in awhile and he does follow traditional theory on Quantum theory to an extent. 

I'm still faithful to this though but can't reconcile it with MM/CF:

Your article has many interesting claims.

Instellar Filaments

These are just random thoughts but can the C.F. just create completely parallel flows in the right situation? Completely straight line b-photons...


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