Giant Light Bulbs in Space

For more than four years, NASA scientists has puzzled over mysterious structures in the Milky Way galaxy called Fermi Bubbles. The so-called bubbles reach for ten of thousands of light years above and below the galaxy. Both the structures enormous size and their emissions are presenting huge theoretical puzzles for astrophysicists. Dr. Tom Wilson discusses what plasma cosmology and the Electric Universe tell us about these phenomena.

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