1. http://milesmathis.com/starform.pdf (STAR FORMATION)
  2. [T]he first sentence of the entire page at Wiki [is]: Star formation is the process by which dense parts of molecular clouds collapse into a ball of plasma to form a star.
  3. So what is [] being hidden here [] is simply that star formation, like everything else, is a unified field phenomenon.
  4. The charge field (that is to say, spinning photons) is present at its usual strength
  5. [A]s a function of mass equivalence, the photons in the area outweigh the hydrogen protons and electrons by 19 times.
  6. *The [] hydrogen gas is a plasma to start with, [] a cold plasma, [] because the electrons and protons are disassociated by a magnetic field.
  7. Stars form in galaxies because the plasma requires the magnetic input from the galactic core.
  8. Which just means the cold gas needs to be bombarded by the right photons.
  9. *[T]he Jeans mass [relation] isn't a matter of mass, it is a matter of volume and density.
  10. A big plasma has enough cross section to capture free electrons and other ions arriving from outside.
  11. Of course any part of the plasma can do this, but a big net is more efficient than a small net.
  12. Given a set of specific sources of radiation, this radiation may dodge a small net, but it is less likely to dodge a big net.
  13. The same applies to the density.
  14. A finer net is more efficient than a net with a looser weave.
  15. More ions must be captured.
  16. *We must assume that given the distribution of radiation sources in our galaxy, the Jeans mass is the mass at which the plasma achieves an efficiency of capture of ions to initiate collapse.
  17. And this means that the Jeans mass is not a universal constant.
  18. It is a function of the type and levels of radiation present, which means it is a function of the size and type of the galaxy.
  19. [B]ecause the gas remains ionized, it has a way of capturing other free ions.
  20. [S]ince free electrons and protons attract one another, the plasma tends to gain weight, as it were.
  21. The charge field inside the plasma also tends to the same effect, since the spinning protons and electrons are recycling the charge field whether they are part of molecules or not.
  22. This means the charge field itself is denser and more magnetic inside the plasma than outside, so it tends to capture ions even without the ions being attracted to one another.
  23. We have a doubled weight gain.
  24. Normally, this would make the plasma tend toward a molecular gas, since the electrons and protons would eventually join.
  25. But the high-energy photon traffic from the galactic core continues to knock the protons and electrons apart.
  26. So, up to a certain point, the plasma can continue to gain weight.
  27. *Only when the photon traffic can no longer ionize the entire plasma, do we have a limit to the weight gain.
  28. *When this limit is reached, the plasma partially collapses, and it will now contain a portion of molecular hydrogen.
  29. The plasma portion continues the previous process of capture, however, and the weight gain continues.
  30. *It continues until the entire original field has gained enough mass that gravity really does kick in and overpower the charge field repulsions.
  31. At that point we have the big collapse that we were trying to explain from the beginning.
  32. Smaller clouds may indeed collapse given the right conditions, but if they don't have enough curvature to begin with, the collapse may defeat itself.
  33. In other words, the collapsing particles miss one another in the collapse, and simply disperse.
  34. For the collapse to form a pre-stellar object, we may require a certain amount of initial curvature, which would require a certain size.
  35. Otherwise the object is not able to find its own center, and the collapse isn't able to get any feedback.

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