To what extent might globular clusters present difficulty to the EU model of star formation and maintenance ?Strange Brew
Posted on November 30, 2018 by Stephen Smith
Is it still practical to say each star in a very dense cluster of hundreds of thousands is living in a pinch of electric current ? If yes, then that must be a very busy current to feed all the stars.
Or perhaps there are many many currents all seriously intertwined to produce the cluster of stars with the observed density.
My own thinking goes more to the idea that each sun is like an antenna (Eric Dollard )that attracts and condenses charged plasma to such an extent it lights up. Each sun is a node of electricity, acting as a nucleus of energy in a cell like structure extending to its own heliosphere.
Perhaps we rely too much on the pinching electric current idea.
Perhaps each electric sun is feeding on the available interstellar plasma ?