Friday, August 22, 2014

Whirlpool Galaxy M51 Studied by LOFAR for a Magnetic Connection to Intergalactic Space

Magnetic monopole animation
Electric Universe Thunderbolts Feature Story: "Galactic Magnetic Fields and LOFAR

For charged particles to move there must be circuits, said Haanes Alfven. Moving electric charges are electric currents, and moving magnetic charges are magnetic currents. Both are associated together and always found in equal ratios.
In labs, the quantized spin rate of a resonant helium superfluid spins friction free with zero viscosity, near absolute zero. Quantized vortices carry angular momentum by electric currents inside filaments with associated magnetic fields, bubbles, and jets.

The cosmic ray supernova driven dynamo of electricity, magnetism, plasmas, and superfluids, replaces the gravity dynamo of bow shocks, neutral gas turbulence, and neutral superfluid neutron stars and black holes. Clearly obvious is that the universe is far from being overall neutral as required for the big-bang.

LOFAR team leader Rainer Beck says "Maybe we will see how galaxies are magnetically connected to intergalactic space." This would be proof that magnetic fields are forming stars and shaping galaxies, instead of gravity. Galaxies are connected together like electric and magnetic circuits, and not to intergalactic space.

Whirlpool Galaxy M51

Lab used to study astrophysical jets produces a magnetic bubble with a nested cavity by a central electric current jet and an associated magnetic field. Stars form and stream inside electrical filaments on magnetized spinning bubbles.

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Type II SUPERCONDUCTORS constrain the magnetic field in FILAMENTS surrounded by vortex currents.

Type II SUPERCONDUCTORS constrain the magnetic field in FILAMENTS surrounded by vortex currents.
Superfluid helium is a type II superconductor that carries angular momentum by electric currents in quantized vortices