Standard Low Standard High 1,000,000 STELLAR SAMPLES 0.0001 Stars in a Million Deviate Outside the Norm
The nuclear concept is based on a gravitational model by which elements are compressed to such a state that nuclear reactions and fusion occurs in the core of the star and as a result of complex processing within the star, we see stable luminosity, spectrum, and thermal differentials. The electric universe concept claims that luminosity, spectrum and thermal differentials are the result of intense plasma discharge behavior beginning in the diffuse corona and terminating in the denser solar ionosphere.
Ion acceleration (stellar wind) can be expected. Stellar coronal mass ejections are a normal characteristic of this process of plasma discharge upon matter. Stellar photosphere tufting (granulation) can be expected. Stellar photospheric nuclear fusion vortices within the photospheric tufts could be expected. A stellar photosphere cooler than the corona can be expected. Photospheric stability in contrast at higher elevations and higher frequencies should be replicable in this model and is a natural result of “double layers” formed in the stellar discharge with instability at higher frequencies.
Cyclic magnetic variation results from a varying direct current electrical supply to a star. The Charged (quasi-neutral) plasma interacting with a positively charged body will exhibit the same characteristics regardless of stellar material. Rotation of the equatorial torus around a stellar body will be responsible for super rotation of the equatorial atmosphere. Solar activity cycles result from a varying direct current electrical supply. Sunspots and their complex behavior are due to a varying plasma discharge to a magnetized body. Simultaneous arc generation at two different points can be expected.