Transcript for scene 33 of the video " Dark Matter: 'Discovered'" by Rolf Witzsche  

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In a galaxy of 400 billion stars

In a galaxy of 400 billion stars, vast networks of plasma streams become entangled, so that the timing of the individual events, at the local level, are best forecast from historic precedents and from present plasma dynamics, such as the fast fading solar wind. Since the Earth's climate is created by the Sun, which is powered by dark matter in the form of plasma streams, reasonable forecasts can be made analyzing the changes in plasma dynamics. One can forecast on this basis that the Sun will likely go inactive in roughly 30 years. While we cannot see the dark matter plasma streams that affect our climate, we can take note of the effects. And if we are wise, we will prepare our world with the type of infrastructures that can enable 7 billion people to live and prosper in the darker and colder world of the coming Ice Age.


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