Plasma Deionization as a Source of Mineralization

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Plasma Deionization as a Source of Mineralization

Unread post by BillGardiner1952 » Tue Nov 12, 2019 10:52 am

I have been researching and reporting in conferences (National Space Society conferences, principally) electrochemical deposition and plasma deionization in the mesosphere of the earth as a location of mineralization producing fines that generate various effects in the upper atmosphere, such as noctilucent clouds, polar mesospheric summer echoes (PMSE's) and even periodic meteor streams. The latter's presence cannot be easily explained by ballistic introduction into the upper atmosphere, as many such particles are too small not to have been quickly dispersed by the action of solar radiation pressure. Therefore they must have a more local source than the standard parent comet debris stream paradigm. The solution I propose is a periodic deionization of the influx of cations from the solar and other incident plasmas by recombination with anions present in the negative layer of the ionosphere, apparently the mesosphere or mesopause.

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Re: Plasma Deionization as a Source of Mineralization

Unread post by Maol » Tue Nov 12, 2019 1:55 pm

Where do you suppose water comes from? H and O ions in the solar wind combine to H2O as they lose ionization energy when they cool in the shadow of the planet and begin gathering up electrons and are cool enough to form molecular bonds.


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