September 11, 2019
September 11, 20192019-09-112019-09-11http://suspicious0bservers.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/SzeroSquare.pngSuspicious0bservers - Earthquakes | Space Weather | Cosmologyhttp://suspicious0bservers.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/SzeroSquare.png200px200px
Is there a link available for the paper on this one? No link below the video.
Found the simulation here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__7GQS15IdE
Found multiple papers, but not one by the lab that did the sim for some reason.
Really interesting though, a number of papers discussing amplification and heating in two stream systems, the papers involving plasma and electron beam/stream instabilities really intrigue me. Makes you wonder to what degree heating due to instability is responsible for atmospheric heating, this is an unaccounted for potential source of heat. Not meaning climate change sort of recent heating, but heating above our glacial average.
Raises all sorts of possibilities to look at further. Great food for thought! Thank you!
Look familiar towards the end? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7LCdLwbsyM
That same two stream instability because of mass composition and charge that the two electro chemical for sake of a better word at the moment seem to show how the equal distance spacing could happen or does happen the interaction in the center at the spacing looks similar to a 0z0 flow with charged density keeping all things equal as they flow but its charge density over Gravity like stacking weight by elements in electrical and elemental density but eparate charge I’m not that confused excuse the poor description that’s just what is looks like at first glance
Wow how intuitively obvious when your shown