Due to Lenz’s law, the Sun changes its magnetic polarity every 6 months. Therefore the polarity (direction) of the electric field (solar wind) also changes its direction perpendicular to this magnetic field. This alternating current produces radio waves, albeit extremely low frequency radio waves. It is basically an electromagnetic field changing direction every 6 months.
When a direct electrical current is applied to a wire the current flow builds an electromagnetic field around the wire. When the current is removed, the field collapses which again sends a wave. If the current is applied and removed over and over for a period of time, a series of waves is propagated at a discrete frequency. If the current changes polarity, or direction repeatedly, that could make waves, too. This phenomenon is the basis of electromagnetivity and basically describes how radio waves are created within transmitters.
When you slow down the frequency of an alternating current, you generate less and less strong radiowaves with a given conductor in which your current flows. And when you stop the current alternation all together, and have a DC current, you do NOT generate a radiowave anymore. What you now generate is a (weak) magnetic field, “attached” to the wire, and which won’t propagate.
An inductor (e.g. the Sun) can make a great radio wave transmitter:
Another way to make the field strong at 1/4-wave distance is to use a very small inductor, but crank up the inductor’s current to a much higher value. In this case even a very tiny coil could emit plenty of EM radiation.
The Sun can also produce microwaves. A microwave oven creates microwaves with a cavity magnetron: “A high-powered vacuum tube that generates microwaves using the interaction of a stream of electrons with a magnetic field while moving past a series of open metal cavities (cavity resonators). Bunches of electrons passing by the openings to the cavities excite radio wave oscillations in the cavity.” There looks to be a possible parallel with the Concave Earth system – stream of electrons is the solar wind, magnetic field is the cavity h-field, vacuum is the vacuum of space, and cavity is the Earth cavity.
Microwave ovens are basically accelerated radio wave machines that contain a concentrated radio frequency inside a chamber.
The solar wind accelerates the Sun’s 6-month oscillating magnetic field (super low frequency radio wave) in the Earth cavity (chamber). The super low frequency radio wave will nearly completely travel through the crust (this could be gravity), but a little bit still gets reflected and resonates inside the Earth cavity. Together with the solar wind, these back and forth reflections (oscillations) eventually creates the cosmic microwave background (CMB) which ranges from 0.3 GHz to 630 GHz. Anything above 300 GHz is said to be in the infra-red spectrum, so 630 GHz is only just in the very edge of infra-red.
The CMB is geocentric and has been nicknamed the “axis of evil“. This is because the CMB aligns with the ecliptic plane of our heliocentric “solar system” – the CMB is the entire “universe”, yet it aligns with the Earth/Sun on the equinoxes. This has been verified by three consecutive satellites (last one was in 2013) proving that this alignment is not a fluke due to faulty machinery. They say, “Why CMB patterns are oriented to the solar system is not at all understood at this time.” Yes it is understood. The Earth is concave. The ecliptic is the space between two attracting magnetic fields.
Nine frequencies of the cosmic background microwave radiation show concentrations along the ecliptic.
This is the shape of the field holding sporadic meteorites in our “solar system”. It also has an ecliptic.
So, the CMB originally emanates from the Sun as super low frequency electromagnetic waves, which increase in frequency via the solar wind until the resonant 630 GHz frequency is reached.