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Plasma cells moving relative to one another induce electric currents in one another, generating filamentary currents and forming electrical circuits. Prodigious amounts of electric power developed in one plasma cell could possibly be carried over many huge amounts of light years through these filamentary currents to burst suddenly (being an electrical discharge) from your very small and localized region. Nobel laureate Hannes Alfvén had proposed that, "...X-ray and gamma-ray bursts [in space] could be due to exploding double layers." Furthermore, since the double layer gets energy from your entire circuit, the explosion could be a great deal more energetic than expected from your energy is locally present.