Millions of buckyballs form stacked solid particles like oranges in crates, says Nye Evans, in the XX Ophiuchi binary star system, around a small hot star about 6,500 light years away. Buckyballs likely form larger fractal hierarchical solid particle superstructures far larger than just the sizes of mountains. Buckyballs superconduct friction free cosmic scale electricity in galactic jets that are shaped and confined by magnetic fields. The particles are minuscule, but each one contains stacks of millions of buckyballs, with the volume to fill 10,000 mount Everest mountains. With literally solid buckyball mount Everest sized structures detected around a star, one should wonder if both gaseous and solid buckyballs surround galaxies and are significantly responsible for producing galactic scale magnetic fields and superconducting electricity at the theoretically unstable hypothetical galactic black hole without phony dark matter gravity. We need to search our sun to determine if buckyballs are being produced or ejected without our knowledge. Buckyballs are likely vitally important electromagnetic components shaping and ruling the Universe, having a common abundant incredibly dynamic form that is produced by stellar factories. Only gaseous buckyballs were previously found in supernova winds, as single molecules that were not yet known to be highly organized into millions of larger solid particles. This EM Buckyball Cosmology was our feature story when the Spitzer telescope discovered buckyballs and graphenes in the magellanic clouds. The Electric Universe Thunderbolts has a great forum discussion about cosmic electric and magnetic fields operating through common buckyballs and graphenes.
|Spitzer telescope detects solid buckyballs|
|the most common atom in the universe is hydrogen, that under high pressure forms metallic hydrogen H6 composed of six-atom hydrogen rings shaped like graphene that mimics the properties of graphene, such as being electrical superconductors.|