This is the nano-coated copper coil in my hand for scale
The coil is assymetrically wound to exagerate the flow of the plasma fields
The coil consists of three copper wires; one pin in the center turned back on itself at the bottom, one inner/gravitational coil and one outer/magnetical coil
Showing a super-imposed image of the coil to show where it is positioned within the glass
This image shows the formation of the free plasma that is formed by the flow of MaGravs from the pen. This where the plasma would process and balance the energy in that area. Further it shows the dynamic nature of the flow of plasma.
This shows a close up of the north/magnetical pole
By turning up the saturation the dynamic motion of the plasma fields can be seen from above
Here a cluster of what appears to be Carbon [C] forms and then transitions and disapears just a quickly. It is only in this one frame.
This is a great angle that shows the transition from magnetical fields to gravitational fields
I like this one. It shows the whole dynamic flow of the plasma from the gravitational fields in the south drawing plasma up. As the gravitational fields get stronger the magnetical fields get stronger and repel from the coil and wind down to rejoin the gravitational, creating a loop
If the coil were a sphere, would it not look like this?
I still have a lot of notes to add to this post, but I had time to post it today so I did because it is useful in studying the dynamic flow of the Plasma.
In short though, these freezing of nano materials or plasma balls, etc. are really useful and beautiful.
What we can see is the shadow or the wake of the plasma. At the bottom of the container is a free plasma with strong gravitational fields drawing in plasma with a similar MaGrav field strength as Hydrogen. As the light plasma neutron and the hydrogen neutron interact, the Oxygen is left behind in pockets creating the wake that we can observe. Continue reading Plasma Fields in Ice