About this Site
The primary purpose of this website is to display examples of plasma and their related electrical activity in the Universe, from the planetary scale to the galactic. Plasma, which is hot ionized particles, makes up 99.999% of all the matter in the Universe, so there are many observed examples available for display. I will continue to add more and more as time permits. Along with these examples I have included two sets of descriptions for […]
One of the greatest strengths of a plasma dominated model of the universe is its ability to be tested in laboratories here on Earth and even in space. This is very different from a gravity dominated Big Bang model of the universe full of invisible dark matter and energy and populated by black holes, pulsars and neutron stars. This model mainly exists as mathematical constructs based on otherwise unrelated observations which will never be able […]
For those interested in learning the physics and mathematics behind the concept of a plasma dominated universe I highly recommend reading Anthony Peratt’s Physics of the Plasma Universe. Recently released in a second edition, this extremely detailed book covers such topics as “the large-scale structure and the filamentary universe; the formation of magnetic fields and galaxies, active galactic nuclei and quasars, the origin and abundance of light elements, star formation and the evolution of solar systems, and cosmic rays.” […]
Questions and Concerns
If you have a question about Plasma Cosmology or the Electric Universe Theory please post it in a comment below. I will attempt to answer your question or point you to the appropriate resources if I don’t know the answer. If you have a particular concern about any of the plasma pics on this site please post it in a comment below. I try to thoroughly research and accurately display all facts, figures and images […]
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