posted on Aug, 28 2013 @ 01:55 PM
Originally posted by poet1b
Personally, I think it is mystery as to why a great deal more effort hasn't been put into plasma physics, and why there hasn't been developed a
great deal more theories as to how plasma fits into the whole force factor. Is the whole physics world so tightly wrapped in academic institutional
Fire is plasma, electricity and magnetics is plasma, and nuclear energy is plasma. To explain it more clearly, lighting is electricity, and
lightening is plasma, so it only makes sense to consider that electrical flow is plasma flow.
There are gases and liquids trapped in solids, solids and gases in liquids, and solids and liquids in gases, so it only makes sense to think that
there is plasma within all of these 3 states as well.
Gold is the purest element, and the best conductor of electricity. Could the pure state of gold have a considerable amount of plasma within its
structure, that could account for many if its unique attributes? The implications are immense.
Could all force be an affect of plasma structure?
The ancients spoke of the sun god, could the sun be a giant living, sentient being?
edit on 7-7-2013 by poet1b because: add ? mark and statement.
Specific to the tether incident & plasma..
NASA reports that the gas that escaped out of the satellite was nitrogen. First, if we take the number & size of each of these objects, a few miles in
diameter each, the amount of nitrogen gas needed to fill the space & size of these objects would never be reached with the amount in a small
Second: no gas or plasma has the ability to form any shape better than a cloud unless the gas or plasma is contained in a glass tube, such as neon
gases are contained in neon lights or gases contained in florescent lights are contained in glass tubes.
In nuclear fusion reactors, such as those used at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, the containment system used to ignite a plasma of deuterium
(hydrogen) & tritium (radioactive hydrogen) is an enormous, complicated apparatus called a Tokamak nuclear fusion reactor, costing billions of
dollars, just to contain a large amount of plasma & excite the plasma to temperatures & other conditions where fusion might take place.
Again...to contain a plasma, which is just a gaseous mixture undergoing certain chemical or nuclear processes, one needs a container to put or
confine the plasma in. No modern scientist has ever been able to contain a plasma into any shape other than the shape of its container or strong