posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 08:43 AM
This doesn't actually prove any electric sun theory.
Mainstream science doesn't expect any kind of mechanical interface at termination shock. There is nothing but whips of plasma out there with
extremely low densities. Maybe elevated densities compared to what might be considered 'normal' substellar space, but still pretty low.
I would not expect any acceleration at the termination shock of the sun and interstellar media, because the density is so low that it is not really a
mechanical shock front. To claim that current mainstream models say that it is 'thought' it is mechanical is putting words into peoples mouths.
Furthermore mainstream theories regarding the origins of cosmic rays never claim they fully understand their origins, they make proposals regarding
various energetic phenomenon as sources of such high energy particles. The evidence is that we see a continuum of ultra-high energy particles raining
down on the Earth from ALL directions, it is pretty much isotropic. That is the evidence, simple 'current flow' doesn't allow for generation of
such high energy particles, and certainly not from all directions. If it was an electrical effect, current will flow along field lines, what
proponents of the electric universe do, its talk a lot about field lines and their shapes and then ignore observational evidence they don't like, and
latch on to others.
As much as you say "Oh from mainstream sources" and use the phrase "mainstream" to denote wrong in your eyes... (pretty ignorant). This video is
also from a clear proponent of said alternative theories, to claim it is any more right or correct, is also pretty short sighted.
Once again saying "This proves that" without actual demonstration is total bunk. That video is full of it, full of pretty diagrams that show the
data, with a man saying words over the top of it, and using a standard "Oh they say this, but its wrong, i say something else and the data proves
it" When really they show ZERO analysis of any credibility.