Plasmoid Explained

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Plasmoid - Wikipedia

The plasma is emitted not as an amorphous blob, but in the form of a torus. We shall take the liberty of calling this toroidal structure a plasmoid, a word which means plasma-magnetic entity. The word plasmoid will be employed as a generic term for all plasma-magnetic entities. – Winston H. Bostick

Plasma is the largest part of your blood (55%) and plays wider roles in the science of physics. Isolated, it holds together for a duration much longer than the collision times for the constituent particles. Plasmatic magnetism fields that involve natural phenomena such as objects in cometary tails to solar winds. Another perspective to look at it is the fourth state of matter which has electrons wandering freely amongst the nuclei and atoms.

Solids, liquids and gases, plasma might just encompass the objective truths of all three. That explains why they say the visible universe is about 99 percent formed of plasma. The ionized super elements recycle atoms conducting big and sustainable electric currents. Some energy levels are so high that nothing can slow them down.

Lasers, medical devices, power converter, purifiers, video displays and so much more can become applied using these concepts in the right way. Coherent plasmoids are merely the structure of the image in the above image implemented through different actions and form. In the laboratory, ideas such as spheromaks, field-reversed configurations and dense plasma focuses are being worked on.

Plasma seems to have the kinds of properties one would like for life. It’s somewhat like liquid water–unpredictable and thus able to behave in an enormously complex fashion. It could probably carry as much information as DNA does. It has at least the potential for organizing itself in interesting ways. – Freeman Dyson

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