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In the 1920s Irving Langmuir and Harold Mott-Smith showed that in a discharge tube the plasma sets up a thin boundary sheath which separates it from a wall or from a probe and shields it from the electric field. The electric field in this sheath, or ‘double layer’ of separated charge, accelerates charged particles. In 1958 Alfvén suggested that this phenomenon might be important in space plasmas. Sources of cosmic rays situated along the Sun’s axes were predicted by Alfvén in 1986 in an IEEE publication and NASA Conference Publication 2469, “Double Layers in Astrophysics.”
And a final word from Alfvén, who took the unprecedented step of predicting in his December 11, 1970 Nobel prize acceptance speech the eventual crash of astrophysics at the end of its long dark tunnel:
“In conclusion, it seems that astrophysics is too important to be left in the hands of theoretical astrophysicists who have gotten their education from the listed textbooks. The multibillion dollar space data from astronomical telescopes should be treated by scientists who are familiar with laboratory and magnetospheric physics, circuit theory, and, of course, modern plasma physics. More than 99 percent of the Universe consists of plasma, and the ratio between electromagnetic and gravitational forces is 10^39.”
—H. Alfvén, NASA Conference Publication 2469, 1986, p. 16.
This indicates the earth is hollow, filled with hot plasma and constantly increasing in mass due to captured charged particles. Some are expelled, and some converted some into more complex elements, through a combination of collision and sputtering, which are deposited onto its inner surface.
reply to post by Amagnon
If the Earth were indeed "Hollow", then there has to be another explanation as to why seismology works in pinpointing the location of an earthquake from seismic stations thousands of miles away from the event. There is some pretty heady and accurate mathematics involved, which depends on the Earth having a crust, mantle and molten core.
Like all science, you have to explain away what we have evidence for, before replacing a theory with one that does not have a demonstrated scientific foundation.
So every space agency in the world is in on it
Japan, India, Russia, and China are all planning manned moon missions
reply to post by Shadow Herder
we are not looking for any kind of reasons...we are actually discussing potential consequences of being exposed to one.
I still fail to see how you tie OP with your post...not that your post is invalid...I just don't see the connection. Maybe you can dumb it down for me...
...to get me pea brain wrapped around this...
...fully comprehend the implications of such discovery