Solar Winds

solar_wind“The search for the source of the solar wind has been like the hunt for the source of the Nile,” said Dr. Don Hassler of the Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, CO. (article)  “… at speeds starting at 20,000 mph at the surface and accelerating to over two million mph, the solar wind ‘grows’ much faster than grass.”  

The electro-gravity model explain why the positively charged ions – initially emitted from the sun at low speed – gain velocity as they move out in the solar system.  No other model can currently explain this observation.

The electro-gravity field surrounding the Sun can be understood as a pseudo-electric field with a polarity that pushes positive particles away from the Sun, and draws mostly negative particles to it.

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