Earth’s chemistry laws change in outer space.
Exotic, fundamentally different, and brand new laws of chemistry exist near magnetic fields of neutron stars and white dwarfs. “Unknown molecular structures and exotic molecules likely fill outer space, awaiting to be discovered”, says Tellgren.
Hydrogen H2 disassociates into paramagnetic H2, as does helium He2, which was recently discovered and named “perpendicular paramagnetic bonding,” where electrons occupy anti-bonding orbitals, that were believed impossible in chemistry. Intense magnetic fields stabilize exotic molecules, that likely form cosmic scale sized lifeforms in the universe, by stars producing and ejecting complex organics everywhere as cosmic factories. “Astrochemistry” has emerged showing an entirely unbelieved reality, having greater significance in outer space than earth’s chemistry. Astrochemistry is capable of explaining the universe by electromagnetism, and throwing away the old timers gravity theory. Paper links & story