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originally posted by: stormcell
The axis of each quasar is aligned with the filaments axis, but did the quasars form before the filaments did? Perhaps there was a regular distribution of early matter, only to be pulled together into points, before collapsing into quasars and then being stretched out by the combined gravitational attraction of the filaments?
originally posted by: NiZZiM
a reply to: Boscov
Another electric universe prediction shown to be true. Plasma filaments over billions of light years flowing with enormous electric currents shuffling charges around and creating all we see in the universe. It's sad that they don't even cite the EU theory that predicted this a long time ago.
originally posted by: Boscov
Let the speculation begin! Enough measurable science suggests quasars align their polarity within the filiment the reside...but that's not all, they also align with each other across billions of light-years! This definitely suggests some form of entanglement in my opinion. Who knows, but gama bursts may be connected as well? Stars sharing their "DNA", or is this the "Electric Universe" at play? I am not saying this is proof, but it is most interesting.
What do y'all think?
These objects are aligned because they occur along the length of magnetic flux tubes. They occur at "pinches" in those flux tubes. We'll start with the flux tubes:
TUBES OF MAGNETIC FLUX AND ELECTRIC CURRENT IN SPACE PHYSICS (pdf)
originally posted by: kwakakev
The alignment of plasma filaments indicates there are strong interactions of electrical energy between other Quasars. Do these other alignments form any sort of pattern or structure throughout 3D space?
originally posted by: Jukiodone
There seems to be a "Galactic Magnetic Field" so I wonder if there is also an "Intergalactic Magnetic field" that displays very weak localised properties but might influence something with lots of mass/energy such as a Quasar.
If the outflow from the Quasar is polarised (dont know if this is the case but article seems to suggest so) this might interact with a background magnetic field to create a uniform North and South on the Quasars with observed alignment.
We know that quasars are some of the farthest (i.e., oldest) thins in the universe;
originally posted by: gorsestar
How then is the integrity of the plasma maintained
originally posted by: swanne
a reply to: Korg Trinity
Sure, but then this would be easily verifiable, for these many quasars would look similar, like mirror reflexions do. The article implies that the quasars are not the same and only quasar, otherwise it would be very obvious if they were, and the "alignment" news would be nothing but a redundancy.