Stars form at the intergalactic pinch-points of double-helix Berkeland Currents?
Our local star, the Sun, isn't a nuclear star, it's an electric-pinch star, like all stars. These stars are directly linked to the galaxy that forms them. Quite a series of claims, but in this new John Chappell Memorial Lecture, Wal goes into great depth (across all scales) about our true position within this Electric DNA Universe.
FURTHER THOUGHT: here's Wal Thornhill presenting ideas created by Duardu Cordona, relevant to those who're researching Electric Universe and whether our 'sun' used to be proto-Saturn, whether we all hail from a(n alien) stellar system elsewhere in the galaxy.