Galactic Filaments Formation

I just had a thought that maybe, if there are tiny clumps of positive and negative matter suspended evenly in space, a nearby supernova or something may help move the charges into linear alignments, creating tiny filaments. A sheet of photons or electrons would impact the nebula from one direction. The denser clumps would move less or more slowly than the lighter clumps. The lighter clumps would move behind the denser ones. If they're of opposite charge they form a line parallel to the flow of photons or electrons. If they're of the same charge, the lighter one will go farther down in the wake of the denser one and tend more to get dislodged, unless an opposite charge clump comes along and fills the gap between the first two. Lines of + and - charges will tend to form behind the denser clumps.

The question is, once the tiny filaments form, would they tend to go on to form larger and larger filaments after the supernova explosion is over?

Below is a post from http://thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=3&amp~ to show the distance between the electron and proton in a hydrogen atom in the second illustration.

(The electron's equatorial diameter is said to be 4.8 x 10^-12 m, which I think is actually the diameter of its orbit around the proton's pole. The proton is said to have a diameter of 2.6 x 10^-15 m. The distance between the two is said to be 10^-9 m. Elsewhere Kanarev listed the distances based on the energy level of the electron, I think. If correct, it means the electron is 380,000 proton diameters away from the proton, hovering over the pole of the proton, revolving around the axis. It seems very feasible for a line of hydrogen atoms to form a filament, with each electron between two protons and each proton between two electrons. Each adjacent atom would presumably be close to 380,000 proton diameters apart.)

Re: NPA Conference - Plasma Cosmology Questions

Unread postby Lloyd » Wed Apr 06, 2011 11:25 am

Kanarev's Findings (See previous post too.)
Electron Structure
N: North; h: ?; Me: Electron Magnetic Field; re: Electron Radius; pe: Torus Cross-section Radius; S: South
- The Electron has a slinky Torus shape
- The slinky is the path of a high-speed particle
- The particle makes 6 helical turns per revolution around the center
- Protons, Neutrons and Photons have similar Torus structure
- The Electron's Electric Field Is Apple-shaped with vertical axis
- Its Magnetic Field Has vertically rotated Figure-8 Shape
Hydrogen Structure
Me: Electron Magnetic Field; e: Electron; h: height?; P: Proton; Mp: Proton Magnetic Field
Proton Diameter: 2.6x10^-15m
Electron Diameter: 4.8x10^-12m = 1846 times the Proton Diameter
Proton-Electron Distance: 10^-9m = 385,000 times the Proton Diameter
- Hydrogen is an Electron-Proton Rod
- The Electron does not orbit the Proton; It hovers above the Proton
- Opposite Electric Fields Draw the Electron & Proton Together
- Same Magnetic Poles Hold Them Apart
Nuclear Structure
- Each nucleus has 3 perpendicular axes, x, y & z
- Neutrons occupy the centers of each axis
- Protons occupy the outer portions, separated by central Neutrons
The Graphite & Diamond Atoms in the image are Carbon Atoms.
Black & Gray Balls are Neutrons; Plain White Balls are Protons; White Balls marked "e" are Electrons.
a) K (19,20) ------------------ b) O (8,8) ------------------ c) Si (14,14)
Fig. 3. Diagrams of the atomic nuclei of: a) potassium, b) oxygen, c) silicon
* Here are more Atomic Structures.
[url]H-Be: http://www.guns.connect.fi/innoplaza/energy/story/Kanarev/b~
[url]Na-Sc: http://www.guns.connect.fi/innoplaza/energy/story/Kanarev/b~
[url]Ti-Cu: http://www.guns.connect.fi/innoplaza/energy/story/Kanarev/b~
* This section shows more of the exact structure with the electrons, which make atoms appear cone-shaped. Below is Lithium.

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