> "Then comes the information out of Russia last month, from the Russian National Academy of Science in Siberia, where scientists have come to the conclusion that we have moved into an area of space that is different and has a much higher energy level."
However, I wonder what they mean by "higher energy level".
> "The Sun itself has a magnetic field, and that magnetic field creates an "egg" around the Solar System that is known as the "heliosphere."
Due no doubt to an internal "dynamo effect" within the sun, so we are told?
> "The heliosphere is shaped like a teardrop, with the long, thin end of the drop pointing away from the direction in which we're traveling. The Russians have looked at the leading edge of this heliosphere, and they have observed glowing, excited plasma energy there."
But the Sun's magnetic field is relatively very weak!
So how could such a huge heliosphere (magnetosphere) extending outwards many hundreds of AU's into space be so prominent, as to cause "glowing" at the extremities or (bow-shock)?
Perhaps a clue might lie in the fact that a "magnetic field", indeed any magnetic field, always requires a causational driving electric current.