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Re: What is Electric Universe's take on Planets Pole Flippin

Unread postby webolife » Tue Sep 18, 2018 7:16 pm

I will be waiting confirmation of that finding...
Maol, wouldn't it be fascinating to consider the possibility that magnetism on earth could be altered rather rapidly by the flipping of the the solar gyroscopic core?
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Re: What is Electric Universe's take on Planets Pole Flippin

Unread postby moses » Tue Sep 18, 2018 7:24 pm

Nick,
to me there was a Birkeland 4 prong current of which 3 of the prongs carved out the Earth's oceans and the 4th prong went through the centre of the Earth. This is what magnetised the Earth and so now the Earth has a remanent magnetic field due to this. Thus this field is slowly decaying as measurements indicate.

Thus this field is not going to flip. There is no comparison with the Sun's field which would be due totally to electric currents with no remanent field at all. Basically if you have the oceans being carved out via EDM from Birkeland currents then you will have the Earth's magnetic field being the result of the same mechanism.

There may be forces we do not understand which define the tilt of the planets. Miles Mathis produced mathematics to show just this, which does not mean much but that has got to be a lot more likely than two stellar systems merging and retaining their tilts through what must have been untold interactions.

Anyhow there is a lot more evidence in the whole story which I am obviously not going into here.
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Re: What is Electric Universe's take on Planets Pole Flippin

Unread postby Robertus Maximus » Sat Sep 22, 2018 8:09 am

moses wrote:Nick,
to me there was a Birkeland 4 prong current of which 3 of the prongs carved out the Earth's oceans and the 4th prong went through the centre of the Earth. This is what magnetised the Earth and so now the Earth has a remanent magnetic field due to this. Thus this field is slowly decaying as measurements indicate.

Thus this field is not going to flip. There is no comparison with the Sun's field which would be due totally to electric currents with no remanent field at all. Basically if you have the oceans being carved out via EDM from Birkeland currents then you will have the Earth's magnetic field being the result of the same mechanism.

There may be forces we do not understand which define the tilt of the planets. Miles Mathis produced mathematics to show just this, which does not mean much but that has got to be a lot more likely than two stellar systems merging and retaining their tilts through what must have been untold interactions.

Anyhow there is a lot more evidence in the whole story which I am obviously not going into here.
Cheers,
Mo

Mo,
May I draw your attention to my post: Has the Earth’s Surface Been Shaped by Immense Tornadoes?
https://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=16703&start=30#p124391
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Re: Earths Magnetic Field

Unread postby seasmith » Thu Feb 14, 2019 9:12 pm


Magnetosheric Plasma Sheath-Surface standing waves discovered:

It was proposed that plasma boundaries, including the dayside magnetopause, may be able to trap impulsively excited surface wave energy forming an eigenmode of the surface itself12. The magnetopause surface eigenmode (MSE) therefore constitutes a standing wave pattern of the dayside magnetopause formed by the interference of surface waves propagating both parallel and anti-parallel to the magnetospheric magnetic field which reflect at the northern and southern ionospheres.

As strong impulses strike the Earth’s magnetopause, the abrupt boundary between the planet’s magnetosphere and the surrounding plasma, ripples travel along its surface which then get reflected back when they approach the magnetic poles. The interference of the original and reflected waves leads to a standing wave pattern, in which specific points appear to be standing still while others vibrate back and forth. A drum resonates like this when struck in exactly the same way. A new study, published in the journal Nature Communications, describes the first time this effect has been observed after it was theoretically proposed 45 years ago.
... (Another type of wave, known as an Alfvén wave, resonates along magnetic field lines, just like string instruments’ vibrating strings.)


“The waves likely penetrate far into the inner magnetosphere causing ultra-low frequency waves, which affect things like radiation belts, the aurora, and even the ionosphere,” said lead author Dr. Martin Archer, space physicist at Queen Mary University, UK.


https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-08134-5

http://www.sci-news.com/space/earths-ma ... 06902.html
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Re: Earths Magnetic Field

Unread postby Cargo » Thu Feb 14, 2019 10:03 pm

This is really far out. Plus it is very clear, the Earth system is in a plasma environment. Space is Plasma. 99.9%
I'm almost in tears how correctly they used "plasma".

Hey?! Can they check for counter rotating bands in the waving vibrations? ;]

To help with the general scale of this observation.

https://www-spof.gsfc.nasa.gov/Education/wmpause.html
Distances to the magnetosphere (The magnetic boundary) are often measured in Earth radii (RE), with one Earth radius amounting to 6371 km or 3960 miles.
In these units, the distance from the Earth's center to the "nose" of the magnetosphere is about 10.5 RE 41580 miles
and to the flanks abreast of the Earth about 15 RE, 59400 m
while the radius of the distant tail is 25-30 RE. 99000 - 118800 m
By way of comparison, the moon's average distance is about 60 RE

The inner Van Allen belt rises from the top of the atmosphere to a distance of about 4,000 miles. 1 RE
The outer belt extends from 8,000 - 26,000 miles above the planet. 2 - 6.6 RE

The Aurora is between 53 - 372 miles above the surface. .01 - .1 RE
interstellar filaments conducted electricity having currents as high as 10 thousand billion amperes
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Re: Magnetic Field Question

Unread postby Cargo » Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:37 pm

junglelord wrote:Secret World of Magnets by Howard Johnson, the Father of Spintronics
http://www.scribd.com/doc/34317/Spintro ... rd-Johnson

If you could read three books, this is one of them...the second one is Carver Meads Collective Electrodynamics, the third one but not the last one is the Electric Sky.


Since this thread is so old, I took a trip through the past, and found this post, which trailed to a really amazing picture of something.

First though, the link quoted is no more
"content was removed at the request of Energetic Productions, Inc" and that would lead you to this
https://www.corporationwiki.com/p/2dtx0 ... ctions-inc and then
http://energyfromthevacuum.com/intro.htm

But if you go a little further, I found this
http://www.cheniere.org/misc/sweet.htm
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