Conjecture: Who Sent Saturn?

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Re: Conjecture: Who Sent Saturn?

Unread postby Brigit Bara » Sat Mar 31, 2018 12:52 pm

Saturn may have been responsible for all the speciation after the Cambrian, and especially the complex species which have developed since that time. Speciation probably took place during or after every extinction period,


When I read this statement, I am expecting it refers to rapid speciation caused by the EUV, x- and gamma radiation emitted during electrical exchanges between planets.

Mechanisms for sudden changes in the fossil record may include

polyploidy
radiation mutation
unknown metamorphic stages
rapid speciation
unknown pleomorphic stages
other unknown biological responses to changing electric fields

In other words, Saturn, an inanimate object, was instrumental in providing the extreme radiation.
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Re: Conjecture: Who Sent Saturn?

Unread postby Younger Dryas » Sun Apr 01, 2018 4:39 pm

Well, it strangely feels a lot more comfortable, than mere chance.

Trauma victims respond to their changing electrical environments quite similarly. The effects can be felt for generations. Venus more recently might help shed some light:

Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasminghe in Diseases from Space (1979) claimed a correlation of the severity of influenza pandemics with sunspot activity, and suggested that viruses or bacterial spores could be transmitted to Earth from the tails of comets and with streams of meteors.These men are highly respected astronomers and their opinions are not to be neglected. Chandra Wickramasminghe and Jayant Narlikar followed up with another paper in 2001, claiming evidence of bacteria captured at altitudes of 41 km above the Earth. All four of these people also assume that the agents of epidemics, viruses or bacterial spores, come from Venus or at least are of extraterrestrial origin. Bob Fritzius writes:

"Compared to Earth, Venus has a negligible magnetic field. That means that the solar wind can disturb its atmosphere directly, and can blow away fractions of its upper atmosphere (including airborne particulate matter) in comet-like fashion."

This suggests the existence of life-forms in the upper layers of atmosphere of Venus, the only part of the planet which actually receives sunlight. At its surface, Venus is jet black. There is no light. However, if as most Catastrophists suggest ( that there have been periods in the past when the orbit of Venus extended past the orbit of Earth.) Transfer of molecules (as ions) along the exterior double layers of plasmaspheres of planets is almost certain.

This suggests that a transfer could have been made in the remote past. If organisms, originally from Earth, could be delivered back to Earth, it seems likely that bacterial spores and viruses would eventually also be found on the Moon and Mars. This would cause considerable rethinking of our biological uniqueness in the Solar System. Considering that the bacteria represent 80 percent of the biomass of Earth, and are found absolutely everywhere, it is quite possible that a bacterial transfer from Earth could thrive in the Venusian upper atmosphere. It is highly likely that these forms would have mutated into many diverse species by now. But it is highly doubtful if bacteria would survive transport across 30 million miles of space. Viruses are the products of bacteria. They do not engage in energy transfers, reproducing instead entirely by intrusion into host bacteria (and other cells structures). Viruses could without a doubt survive a 30 million mile trip through space. Many forms seem to be almost totally indestructible.
John M. Barry, in The Great Influenza (2004), one of the best and absolutely engaging books on the 1918 epidemic, spends early chapters in the distinction between viral and bacterial action, which could be considered a primer on the subject, although inconclusive in the admission that we know almost nothing about viruses, where they come from, how they operate, or what their purpose seems to be.
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Re: Conjecture: Who Sent Saturn?

Unread postby Brigit Bara » Tue Apr 03, 2018 10:46 am

However, if as most Catastrophists suggest ( that there have been periods in the past when the orbit of Venus extended past the orbit of Earth.) Transfer of molecules (as ions) along the exterior double layers of plasmaspheres of planets is almost certain.


I understand "Catastrophists" to mean Velikovskians who believe that some of the worst epidemics in recorded history came from the planet Venus and from the tails of comets.

But as we all know Venus regularly transits the sun. At intervalls of 8 years, 121.5 years, 8 years, and 105.5 years, it passes between the sun and earth, so that its plasmasphere/tail brushes the earth's magnetosphere.

In 2012, it took Venus 6 hours and 40 minutes to travel across the Sun's disk. Seen from the Earth's center (geocentric coordinates), the transit started at 22:09:29 and ended at 04:49:27 Universal Time (UT).Image


During this transit in 2012, there were no epidemics which were out of the ordinary.

This was all that happened:

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Re: Conjecture: Who Sent Saturn?

Unread postby Brigit Bara » Tue Apr 03, 2018 11:04 am

Younger Dryas says,
It is highly likely that these forms would have mutated into many diverse species by now. But it is highly doubtful if bacteria would survive transport across 30 million miles of space. Viruses are the products of bacteria. They do not engage in energy transfers, reproducing instead entirely by intrusion into host bacteria (and other cells structures). Viruses could without a doubt survive a 30 million mile trip through space. Many forms seem to be almost totally indestructible.


I share YoungerDryas' interest in the idea that viruses and bacterium are on a continuum.

But every year, at harvest time, this country processes billions of pounds of food for preservation. In order to kill the microorganisms and make the food safe to store, ship, and eat, it must be treated using a temp of 132C or higher to kill the viruses and bacterium, and sealed to prevent further contamination. We should all be thankful for the inventors who developed the processes of canning, pasteurization and flash freezing, and for the fact that none of us have family or friends who died of Cholera or Small Pox, and many of the other foodborne illnesses. Thankfully, viruses are destructible -- and real scientists kill viruses. (:

But there is another very effective method of killing viruses and bacteria, and that is Pulsating Electric Fields.
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Re: Conjecture: Who Sent Saturn?

Unread postby Brigit Bara » Tue Apr 03, 2018 11:14 am

Electric Universe Canning

reference
33.1 Introduction
There are many different ways of applying electric energy for food pasteurization. These include ohmic heating [1–3], microwave heating [4–6], low electric field stimulation [7,8], high-voltage arc discharge [9–12], and high-intensity pulsed electric field (PEF) application [13–15]. Ohmic heating is one of the earliest forms of electricity applied to food pasteurization [1].

https://disciplinas.stoa.usp.br/pluginf ... 33.PEF.pdf

“Low electric field stimulation has been explored as a method of bacterial control of meat. In
electrical stimulation of meat, an electric field of 5–10V/cm is applied as alternating current (ac)
pulses to the sample through electrodes fixed at opposite ends of the long axis of the muscle [7].
Recently, a very low field (0.4V/cm) has been applied in a 6-L treatment medium in search of an easy,
safe, and practical method to eliminate bacteria for food processing purposes. Several species of
bacteria in saline solution were inactivated [8]. Salt solutions and their concentrations play a very
important role in this method [48].
Inactivation of microorganisms and enzymes contained in food products by electric discharge began
in the 1920s with the Electropure process for milk…”



It goes on to describe different processes using electricity to preserve food. 31 pages

Now since viruses and bacterium can be destroyed by oscillating e-fields, this means that it would be exceedingly hard for a virus to survive in the tails of electrically vibrant planets and comets:

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ref: holoscience

PS But it also may mean that it is possible to kill these viruses and bacteria in the human body, using pulsating electric fields, without harming the living cells in the person who has the virus.
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Re: Conjecture: Who Sent Saturn?

Unread postby Younger Dryas » Thu Apr 05, 2018 12:50 pm

But as we all know Venus regularly transits the sun. At intervalls of 8 years, 121.5 years, 8 years, and 105.5 years, it passes between the sun and earth, so that its plasmasphere/tail brushes the earth's magnetosphere.


Since the orbits are tilted, the planets seldom are in a direct line with the Sun. Additionally, although the plasmasphere tail Venus is very long, it does not quite extend to Earth. However, it is possible for the Moon to fall into place in such a conjunction, and provide a remaining path to the circuit.

I could be wrong but I believe the Moon is the only satellite of any planet to enter/exit its host planets plasmasphere. Which opens a whole can of worms :)

There would be an incubation period (3 months). SARS had such a conjunction 3 months previous to the first outbreak. So did The Great Influenza ... cases were reported on either side of the Atlantic nearly simultaneously for the latter.
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