Fractal Plasmas

It would suffice to say that, in today’s understanding of physics, plasmas are poorly understood.

We create them artificially, and observe them in nature, but have little knowledge of exactly why plasmas form, and what they are made of, other than undetermined mixes of stray atoms and loose electrons, whatever that means.

Wikipedia says that plasmas are one of the four fundamental states of matter. I guess that means solid, liquid, gas and plasma. Maybe it means something else. I don’t know.

In todays world, understandable examples of plasmas would be the stuff inside neon signs, lightning, and the surface of the sun, among others.

Other than that, plasmas are a bit of a mystery.

What I do do know, from studying Binary Dimension Theory, is that all Dimensioned constructs, including plasmas are self organizing, repeating fractal structures.

I also know that fractal plasmas can be composed solely of Dimension, Higgs Chains and /or Higgs Junctions, or any combination of the three. In addition, fractal plasmas can be hot or cold depending on the physics they are formed in.

In Binary Dimension Theory, plasmas are variable depending on the Dimensional Density of the volume observed, and are not limited to the fractal gas plasmas we observe in our solar system.

In other words, hot, dense fractal plasmas are a surety in regions of high Dimensional Density, as are cold, diffuse fractal plasmas in areas of low Dimensional Density.

Would hot dense plasmas and/or cold diffuse plasmas be recognizable to our senses? Nah, likely not, at least until our senses become attuned to being inside black holes, or being in the most empty reaches of deep space.

Soooo……Plasmas vary with local physics, and take on entirely new characteristics not seen in our Solar System. How cool is that? Also, they are all fractally formed, self organizing, self repeating, and entirely predictable within the physics they are born in.

Makes sense to me…..

Enjoy the pool. Unless you hear lightning. Plasmas in swimming pools make for rough swims.

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