The Electric Universe Star Theory is a subset of the Electric Universe Theory, which describes how the Electric Universe model of the cosmos, relates to the formation and workings of stars. In this theory, it is generally thought that stars are formed by magnetic forces, inside plasma filaments. Rather than being thermonuclear furnaces powered by fusion, they are fueled from an external source, by the electrical energy which runs along these filaments.
In conventional star theory, stars are formed when clouds of gas are disturbed by supernovae, which then condense, due to gravitational forces and are thenceforth powered internally, by the thermonuclear fusion of light elements, such as hydrogen, into heavier elements.
- Our Electric Fusion Sun by Rolf Witzsche
- The Electric Sun by Don Scott
- Wisdom in Sciences & The Introduction to The Electric Sun Theory by Kongpop U-Yen