PLASMA COSMOLOGY

 

Hannes Alfvén, 1908–1995. A. L. Peratt.

Birkeland and the Electromagnetic Cosmology, A. L. Peratt, Sky & Tel.May 1985 (696KB).

Model of the Plasma Universe, H. Alfvén, IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci. Vol PS-14, 1986 (1.1MB).

Plasma Universe, H. Alfvén, Physica Scripta, Vol. T18, pp.20-28, 1987 (788KB).

Plasma Cosmology, Part I, Interpretations of a Visible Universe , A. L. Peratt, World & I, vol. 8, pp. 294-301, August 1989 (5.7MB).

Plasma Cosmology, Part II, The Universe is a Sea of Electrically Charged Particles , A. L. Peratt, World & I, vol. 9, pp. 306-317, September 1989 (5.7MB).

Plasma Cosmology: An Endless Plasma Sea, A. L. Peratt, Natuur en Techniek, vol. 58, n. 11, pp. 775-783, 1990.

Cosmology in the Plasma Universe: An Introductory Exposition, H. Alfvén, IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci. 18, 1990 (7.9MB).

Plasma Cosmology, A.L. Peratt, Sky & Tel. Feb. 1992 (552KB).

Not With A Bang, A. L. Peratt, The Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, January/February, 1990, Part A (452K), Part B(536K).

Introduction to Plasma Astrophysics and Cosmology, A. L. Peratt, Astrophys. Space Sci. 227, 3-11 (1995) (576KB).

Advanced Topics on Astrophysics and Space Plasmas, Kluwer, Dordrecht (Eds. E. M. de Gouvela Dal Pino, A. L. Peratt, G. A. Tanco, and A. C.-L. Chian), 1997.

Are Black Holes Necessary?, A. L. Peratt, Sky & Telescope, September 1983, B/W (576KB).

Are Black Holes Necessary?, A. L. Peratt, Sky & Telescope, September 1983, Color (2MB).

What Laboratory-Produced Plasma Structures Can Contribute to the Understanding of Cosmic Structures Both Large and Small, W. H. Bostick, IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., vol. PS-14, n. 6, 1985.

Stockholm, August 1956, Revisited, Winston H. Bostick, IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci. vol. 17, n. 2, 1989.

 

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