Hydrogen Atoms Imaged by Taking Snapshots of Electrons Mathematically Analog the Solar System’s Trojan Asteroids Orbiting the Sun, and Mysterious Rings That Surround Galaxies
A hydrogen nucleus (proton) with many different orbiting electron(s) has a self-similar fractal structure, that analogs the structure of the solar system, and a galaxy. 99.8 % of atoms in the universe are hydrogen.
Quantum Microscope Films Hydrogen Atom
|Penumbra of a dense plasma focus by 174,000 amps of electric current|
Sunny side up orientation view of a spiral galaxy
|Trojan asteroids orbiting the sun mathematically analog an atom’s electrons|
Accretion of Dust
Self-similar organization by fractal hierarchy – Planetary Magnetospheres, Solar system bubble, supernova bubble, local group bubble, galactic bubble, and galaxy cluster bubbles.
Supernovas eject both hot and cold clumps of matter. The solar system is believed to have formed by a supernova. Stars form in cold dense regions inside filaments. A galaxy is a collective supernova phenomena.
The Crab Nebula supernova near Earth ejects relativistic magnetized hot and cold particles that follow the magnetic field lines of the Milky Way, leading into the galactic jet of electricity and Birkeland currents. Galactic jets and Birkeland currents are almost entirely responsible for the galaxy’s rotation and formation of it’s magnetic field.
Collisional galaxies are also called “interacting galaxies” and have enormous amounts of supernovas producing strong plasma winds and magnetic shock pulses known as Alfven waves. When a star goes supernova it produces as much radiation in a few thousand years that equals it’s lifetime.
Holographic Hydrogen Atom