The Electric Sun

The word "plasma" comes up a lot in The Parallel Universe of T. Townsend Brown, though the word can seem to have myriad uses. 

Here’s an article that postulates that the sun and stars are not deep-space nuclear fusion reactors (the commonly held view), but are instead "an electrical mechanism." 

The Electric Sun… is a logical extrapolation of the Electric/Plasma Universe theory which came into being through the work of Hannes Alfven etal. …There is no longer any doubt that electrical effects in plasmas play an important role in the phenomena we observe on the Sun.

Indeed, those “electrical effects” may have an important role in the story we are telling here, too. And Hannes Alfven is somebody I’ve been told I need to learn a thing or three from…

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One Response to The Electric Sun

  1. Richard Hineman says:

    Yes, I just noticed this Solar Electromagnetic Plasma idea in the book, “Giza Death Star,” by Joseph P. Farrell, and it is from Hannes Alfven, as footnoted on page 83 and discussed heavily in that chapter following. Farrell is a good source to tie things together with TT Brown, Tesla, and all the big names, including conventional and non-conventional physics. I am still reading the book, but it is the first time I have felt “Aha!” about any theory about the sun. I think The Giza Death Star” is an important source.
    Keep up the good work!
    Richard Hineman

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