© Jeffrey J Wolynski
If this needs to be placed somewhere else then please do so Charles I only mean to address that which is being referred to.
To build up the charge like in the cloud to ground capacitor found in nature, doesn't there need to be "matter"?
What I mean to say that in vacuum, there is nothing to store the charge, thus, nothing to release it. Thus, no electricity in outer space? Or am I wrong? What I am saying really is that it was never an argument for or against conductivity, but of finding a source to store the charge? Vacuum cannot store charge.