Jack and the Electromagnetic Bean Stalk

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Jack and the Electromagnetic Bean Stalk

Unread post by davesmith_au » Sun Jul 20, 2008 7:47 pm

July 20, 2008 ~ Michael Gmirkin

It seems that we are being fed fairy stories by our friends in the astronomical community. How much longer will we permit the exclusion of electric currents from the discussion of the cosmos, when their byproducts, magnetic fields, are found so ubiquitously throughout space?... [More...]
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Re: Jack and the Electromagnetic Bean Stalk

Unread post by nick c » Mon Jul 21, 2008 9:03 am

Michael, good article. I am sure that the inquisitors are taking note of your name, as you keep reminding them of that nasty little detail that with the existence of magnetic fields there needs to be electric currents. Well, at least they have their hidden internally generated dynamos. Science has been reduced to the level of a fairy tale, resorting to magical and unseen forces to explain anomalous observations.
Perhaps the Magic Beanstalk analogy can go even deeper?
Spiraling up into the sky, and atop is a giant in his castle, the hero moves up and down the beanstalk, the giant and the beanstalk are destroyed? Even though far removed from the source, perhaps there is a truth embedded in this fairy tale?

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Re: Jack and the Electromagnetic Bean Stalk

Unread post by moses » Mon Jul 21, 2008 5:36 pm

If the beanstalk was between Mars and Earth then the story suggests that there
were giants living on Mars. Which makes sense because the lower gravity would
produce the bigger creatures. Which makes one wonder whether the dinosaurs
lived on Mars and were transported to Earth. The plasma conduit from Mars to
Earth may have been under pressure such that the air pressure might have been
high enough to support life.

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Re: Jack and the Electromagnetic Bean Stalk

Unread post by StefanR » Wed Jul 23, 2008 2:56 pm

Hi moses,

There is some about dinosaurs right here that is quite interesting:
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpB ... p=175#p175
It's about the principle of pneumaticity in dinosaurs and whales.

For those who read Michael's nice piece, here some related links just stumbled upon. Probably somewhere in the forum but I had them in a tab.

Anomalous Alignments in the Cosmic Microwave Background
http://backreaction.blogspot.com/2006/1 ... osmic.html

Plasma Redshift and the Astrophysics of the Non-Exploding Universe
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