" The article discusses the role of electromagnetic forces in shaping the great structure of the Universe. Observation of clusters of galaxies across the observable Universe reveal a strange image of a highly porous structure containing large-sized voids entwined with fibrous threads made of galactic beads intertwined into a “Cosmic Web” with invisible forces. It is proposed that this type of structure, often found in colloidal solutions, may result from electromagnetic interactions rather than from many orders of magnitude of weaker gravitational interactions. The importance of electromagnetic interactions known from study of dust clouds associated with violent volcanic eruptions, forest fires and thunderstorms. Similar patterns are further seen within filament-like large structure of intergalactic environment, appearance of the galactic magnetic field as well as in the most primitive mineral components formation of the early solar proto-planetary nebula."
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