Transcript for scene 51 of the video " Ice Age 2050s: Certainty 1" by Rolf Witzsche  

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Plasma streams have a specific electric resonance

The electric plasma streams also have a specific electric resonance, according to the length of the plasma streams between stars. The resonance determines the length of time of the ice age cycle. In the solar system, an ice age cycle is presently slightly over 100,000 years in duration. It is made up of an interglacial warm period of typically 12,000 years, in which the Sun is constantly powered, and a 90,000-year glacial period in which the Sun is typically inactive. 

In principle, the ratio between the active period and inactive period is determined by the plasma-density threshold level, above which a sun remains active, and below which it remains mostly inactive. The active period becomes the interglacial period, and the largely inactive period, the glacial period.


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