A few years ago I questioned the distance of an object whose age placed it during or before what is referred to in modern cosmology as the Epoch of Reionization. This is supposedly a period shortly after The Big Bang when stars and galaxies first started to form and began reionizing the neutral hydrogen in the Universe that was formed even earlier after The Big Bang. I predicted that eventually objects would be found with […]
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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 […]
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