'Space hurricane' that rained electrons observed for the first time

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'Space hurricane' that rained electrons observed for the first time

It seems to be spewing outwards from a point - the orifice - and not gathering together from above and converging on one point, the orifice.

I don't know what has caused this expression. Has there been solar activity lately?

Although it seems to be spraying outwards, it is remaining within the confines of what David LaPoint calls a 'confinement dome'.

Dean

@deandddd , I think it is clearly linked to the Polar opening , but the mainstream science lobby will not admit it :))

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Yes sir, that's true!

But between us, is the flow outwards or inwards ?

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@deandddd , I would say it is outwards !

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Sidhartha,

Yes, I agree. I think that the churning is going on within LaPoint's confinement dome. The flow is experiencing much friction and the particles are breaking up into their constituent photon particles.

The broken auroral ring seems to be occurring within the confinement dome, too. And strettching it out a bit!

http://www.holloworbs.com/a_broken_auroral_ring.htm

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