August 19, 2019
from Thunderbolts Website
Spitzer’s mission is to scan the sky in infrared wavelengths, using detectors that were kept at -268º Celsius. That frigid temperature made it possible for the telescope to "see" wavelengths as long as 180,000 nanometers.
In comparison, the
deepest red light frequency visible to the human eye is
approximately 750 nanometers.
This is due to the deep
cold in space, where the temperature of the instruments remains at
Rather than dust left-over from its birth and evolution, the galaxy is most likely showing astronomers that it is like a Faraday motor, with its rotational inertia provided by the electromagnetic force flowing into it.
Astronomers believe that galaxies are clouds of gas and dust that were teased together by gravity until they became fusion-fired furnaces.
Consensus astronomers believe that galaxies are supported by black holes of unbelievable magnitude, as mentioned.
It is those
"gravitational point sources" that are said to impart spin to
galaxies, while, in many instances, emitting jets of gamma rays and
X-rays spanning thousands of light-years.
That current is wrapped in a magnetic field.
When more charged
particles accelerate in the same direction, the field gets stronger.
That is a familiar idea to electrical engineers, but when
astronomers find moving charges in space they are mystified and
refer to them as "winds," or "shock waves."
While the consensus
scientific worldview only permits isolated "islands" in space,
the Electric Universe emphasizes
connectivity with an active network of "transmission lines" composed
Jets from opposite poles of a galaxy end in energetic clouds emitting X-ray frequencies. These phenomena are based in plasma science and not gas kinetics, gravity, or particle physics.
The Electric Universe
theory does not adhere to the idea of galaxies condensing out of
cold, inert hydrogen and specks of zircon no bigger than a molecule.
A homopolar motor is
driven by magnetic fields induced in a circular conducting plate.
The plate is mounted between the poles of an electromagnet, causing
it to spin at a rate proportional to the input current.
Electricity organizes itself within masses of plasma sometimes larger than galaxy clusters. That plasma is primarily composed of neutral atoms,
Primal electrical energy is orders of magnitude more powerful than gravity.
The "plasma ropes" that
comprise Birkeland currents attract one another in a 1√r
relationship, so Birkeland currents are the most powerful long-range
attractors in the Universe, sustaining galactic movement and
morphology over the eons.