Transcript for scene 15 of the video " Dark Matter: 'Discovered'" by Rolf Witzsche  

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What happens when the pinch effect goes critical

A number of research efforts have been made to explore what happens when the pinch effect goes critical. The blue geometry was produced in a high-power experiment at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. It was discovered that at the tightest pinch, the plasma gets magnetically curled backwards into a magnetically contained bulb where the pressure builds up. Another researcher explored this region statically, to explore how the process works. He termed the magnetic fields, the primer fields.

In the dynamic experiment, the excess energy in the system that caused the explosion at the node point gets dissipated in a hollow ring-type structure. In space, these structures are rarely visible, as dark matter simply isn't visible. 


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