In a paper published October 2015 in Physical Review Letters, scientists report that small magnetic turbulence can combine to form large – scale magnetic fields just like those found throughout the universe.
Physicists Jonathan Squire and Amitava Bhattacharjee at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have found a clue to the answer in the collective behavior of small magnetic disturbances. This research was funded by the DOE Office of Science.
In the paper, Squire and Bhattacharjee show that under certain conditions small magnetic fields – instead of small velocity fields, which have been studied more often – can combine to form one large field. After running computer simulations on a PPPL computer named “Dawson,” the scientists found that small disturbances can combine to form one large disturbance as a result of velocity shear – this occurs when particles are moving at different speeds.
These findings might lead to greater understanding of various astronomical phenomena, including the 11 – year solar cycle of our own Sun and plasma cloud which forms around black holes.
I am hopeful the picture is becoming more clear as I pass on to you, the most recent advanced findings which appear to be pointing directly at my 2012 ‘Equation’ identifying a Galactic – Sun connection – much in the same way as the Sun-Earth connection. What does this mean? More Coming Tomorrow…..