katesisco wrote:As such, the workings would be much more complex than a filament of current able to enter at will, or be so easily renewed. Say photons are recycled and maintain their integrity. And that anti photons are stilled by bumping into a slew of matter photons. And once stilled, can regain spin by collisions that turn them matter-wise. What then was the initial event that brought about the matter/anti-matter imbalance?
If we are under going heliospheric compression that is creating core heating, and there is a release of energy that follows, is there as a Russian scientist suggests, energy outside our heliosphere that impacts it? Does the BC current enfold the heliosphere and its charge compresses? Is there an interchange via capacitor receptivity connected to the galactic core that enables our system to receive charge cum matter?
If our system has in the relatively recent past accepted galactic charge as mass, then wouldn't it follow that this is not unusual? Kepler finds mostly twin sun systems with one or two planets. The implication is not that our multi-planet system is rare, or that we are, but that we and our systems complexity is ephemeral.
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