The omniverse is composed of matter and antimatter universes where electrons in one polarity universe have the same polarity as positrons in the other. Atoms are electrons and positrons, 2d and 3d photon quanta with opposite and like polarity to solar and planetary fields of monopole charge and dipole moments induced by their ionized rotating cores, trapped by field lines transformed from electrons.


Photons transform into electron positron pairs at the solar core surface where electrons transform into field lines resulting in residual positrons which merge in trios, three trios are trapped by transiting electrons and transform into protons which cycle trios through nested frame positions and induce monopole charge as the inner trio cycles through singularity to the outer position with two electrons.

The Solid Solar Surface Model is based upon observations from the YOHKOH, SOHO and TRACE satellite programs, from spectral analysis data compiled by the SERTS program and from other solar observation programs from around the world.

ferrite surface of the sun

Transformation of photons into protons cools the core, provides a sink for mantle heating, and the solar wind is composed of protons cycling in the same instant and like monopole charges induced in the same instant are repelled with a force powering the solar wind which fills the heliopsphere with like polarity monopole charges.

solar heliosphere

Deep space is electrified by jets from wormholes to antimatter universes and UV radiation ionizes neutral atoms in deep space freeing electrons which cycle through singularity in the same instant as solar ions and induce opposite monopole charge and opposite monopole charges induced in the same instant are attracted.

The attractive force between electrons and solar wind ions induces a voltage potential between stars and deep space powering solar electric currents which transform voltage potential into kinetic energy until electrical resistance of the corona transforms kinetic energy into photons, heating the corona which radiates photons as starlight.

solar electric currents heat the photosphere

Temperatures in the corona are upwards of 2 million degrees Fahrenheit, while just 1,000 miles below, the underlying surface simmers at a balmy 10,000 F. How the Sun manages this feat remains one of the greatest unanswered questions in astrophysics; scientists call it the coronal heating problem.

The corona is a gas of proton ions, heated by the solar electric current, which floats above the mantle of liquid hydrogen, deionized protons transformed from photons at the solar core surface. The mantle is cooled by transformation of photons and heated by the corona and exposure to the solar electric current in coronal holes.

The electrical resistance of the corona transforms kinetic energy of the solar electric current into photons. Electrical resistance of the mantle exposed to the solar current in coronal holes, powers an endothermic change of state from liquid hydrogen to an ionized gas, an evaporative process which cools the mantle surface.

coronal hole


The solar electric currents electrify the solar atmosphere which traps and conducts electrons on field lines grounded on the solar core. CME’s of ionized coronal mass are ejected from solar flares powered by the repelling forces between like charges of CME electrons, trapped on electrified field lines draping the leading edge, by explosively extends CME field lines antisunward when the CME escapes solar gravity.

The planetary fields obstruct the solar wind and field lines carried anti-sunward with the solar wind drape and open circuits with planetary field lines. During geomagnetic storms electrified solar field lines drape planetary field lines which induces a voltage potential powering sheet currents of electrons along field lines grounded in their atmospheres and electrifying sectors of the auroral ovals facing the night sky.


Geomagnetic storms electrify sectors of the auroral ovals charging the atmosphere with negative ions and the repelling force between ions powers horizontal expansion of the electrified air mass away from the poles pushing back the ambient mid latitude air mass and powering extreme weather along the interface including winter storms, lightning storms, flash flooding, high velocity winds and tornadoes

A CME struck Earth’s magnetic field on, sparking 15 hours of geomagnetic storms. At the apex of the G2-category event, auroras were observed across most of Europe, visible to the naked eye despite nearly full.

Over 400,000 people in Crimea were left without power on Monday, after hurricane force winds and heavy rains battered the peninsula over the weekend. wind speeds of over 140 kilometres per hour were recorded in some places.


Electrified weather systems charge land surfaces and the oceans which induces a voltage potential between the planetary surface and core where electrons transform into planetary field lines. The voltage potential powers core electric currents from electrified land surfaces along ferrous conductors and from the oceans through the electrolyte discharge from geothermal vents in the deep ocean trenches.

Photons induced by mantle heating transform into electron positron pairs at the planetary core surface where electrons transform into field lines resulting in residual positrons. Positrons merge in trios, three trios are trapped by transiting electrons and transform into protons and protons transform into mantle elements in exothermic reactions with core current electrons.