Now that we know about the electric nature of the cosmos, the question arises: "How much are planets affected by electric forces while moving through the universe?" We have been taught that the movements of planets around the Sun are determined by the gravitational forces. Since 99.9% of the universe if plasma, shouldn't the electric force be the predominant force between astronomical bodies?
I have seen a ball in the air supported by a jet of water (https://gfycat.com/littlegleefulhoverfly). Could the same effect be produced with electricity? Since all planets have their magnetic fields, could entire planes be held floating in the space with strong space-currents?