Rather, plasma collisions in the laboratory produce pancaked ejecta and/or counter-streaming tunnels that shoot through each other — they don't produce aggregates. So we're missing something.
Hi Charles. You seem to have been busy on your model lately.
When you say plasma collisions in the lab produce pancaked ejecta, apparently you don't mean aggregates, but the term "pancaked ejecta" gives the impression of aggregates nonetheless. So it would help to explain what the pancaked ejecta are. The impression is that they would be the results of positive and negative ions colliding and sticking together in a pancake shape, like throwing two wet snowballs or mudballs toward each other and getting a pancaked aggregate.