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Is the solar dynamo driving the Heliosheath into cyclical expansion and collapse, or does Heliosphere Bubble Resonation within the Interstellar Medium drive the solar dynamo?

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Chicken vs. egg?

While some consider the little Schumann Resonance of import. 

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What is the mechanism for activity at the heliosheath to be transmitted back through the solar wind (swimming upstream as it were) to the Sun?

What do you propose would be the signs of this transmission of force?  How much energy are you proposing is transmitted back to the Sun in order to create this effect?

Is there an analogous effect you can demonstrate with another fluid flow (such as water flowing down a radial surface, into a larger fairly static or dynamic pool, creating a shock region where the fast outward water flow hits the more static surrounding water).  How would the action of fluids at the interface be transmitted back up the flow and have an effect on the water outlet?

 

 

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<<<What is the mechanism for activity at the heliosheath to be transmitted back through the solar wind (swimming upstream as it were) to the Sun?>>>

One theory is that when particles from the intergalactic medium collide with solar wind particles they pick-up some of their electrons, thus becoming neutral and not deflected by magnetic fields as they continue on their journey into the heliosphere. 

<<<<How would the action of fluids at the interface be transmitted back up the flow and have an effect on the water outlet?>>>>

There is spatial-temporal expansion of the heliosphere with an increase in solar wind pressure, but my hunch is that relativistic considerations are required to begin to understand phenomena in such rarefied plasmatic conditions, rather than thinking of them in terms of newtonian fluids.

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13 hours ago, jwcornish said:

Is there an analogous effect you can demonstrate

An "optically pumped vacuum Rabi electromagnetic cavity oscillator" (https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=optically+pumped+vacuum+rabi+electromagnetic+cavity+oscillator&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8),

or,

a "Plasma Globe",

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Figure of Perseid meteor shower(source).

 

In the above paper citation, was Professor Schuster possibly alluding to his personal observation of meteors, comets, and asteroids that seemed to have a waxing and waning synchronicity with the solar cycle?  There is a cyclical flux of intergalactic material entering the solar system with the cyclical shrinking and swelling of the heliosphere. I'll try to find a reference for the amount of Galactic Cosmic Rays (discussed in this thread) that enter earth's atmosphere daily.  Just the amount of meteoric material that falls on earth daily is 48.5 tons (44,000 kilograms),  Meteors & Meteorites.

Prof. Schuster was a contemporary of Theodor Wulf, who in 1909, "developed an electrometer, a device to measure the rate of ion production inside a hermetically sealed container, and used it to show higher levels of radiation at the top of the Eiffel Tower than at its base." (source).

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On 8/5/2019 at 6:17 PM, jwcornish said:

What is the mechanism for activity at the heliosheath to be transmitted back through the solar wind (swimming upstream as it were) to the Sun?

Cosmic rays (particles) travel back to the sun along magnetic field lines:

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Voyager Satellites Find Magnetic Bubbles at Edge of Solar System.

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On 8/18/2019 at 4:24 PM, theartist said:

I'll try to find a reference for the amount of Galactic Cosmic Rays (discussed in this thread) that enter earth's atmosphere daily.

"Satellite observations suggest that 100-300 tonnes of cosmic dust enter the atmosphere each day. ...However, measurements in the earth’s atmosphere indicate that the input could be as low as 5 tonnes per day." (https://phys.org/news/2012-03-codita-cosmic-swept-earth.html)

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