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Re: The Giordano Bruno Crater

Unread postby paladin17 » Wed Jan 21, 2015 1:51 am

Nice observation, but you cannot even be sure that this text describes the area where this crater is. It could as well be anywhere else.
By the way, they even have the special term for such an events: see here.

I remember not so long ago one hell of a flash was recorded on video (see the associated article or a free version of it; the popular version can be found here). There even is a "before-after" image of a crater from LRO.

P.S. Welcome to the forum. :)
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Re: The Giordano Bruno Crater

Unread postby nick c » Wed Jan 21, 2015 8:22 am

I do not see the connection with this particular crater as the alleged observation was made without optical aid and the physical limits of resolution do not allow for pinpointing such a specific location for the event.
If the account is true then they may have observed a transient lunar phenomena (TLP).
The one qualification to this report is that it appears to be unique. Credibility would be enhanced by independent reports of the same event.
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Re: The Giordano Bruno Crater

Unread postby D_Archer » Fri Jan 23, 2015 3:49 am

At least the standard refutation of the the historical account is very poor.

In 2001, Paul Withers performed careful calculations of what the result of Hartung's postulated impact would have been. He found that in the weeks following such an impact there would have been a tremendous blizzard of meteors on Earth, something that could not have gone unremarked in the annals of the various cultures of the time


Asteroids do not impact they discharge, no accounts of debris is evidence for the electrical discharge theory.

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Possible mode of planetary formation?

Unread postby stevepidge » Thu Apr 02, 2015 10:22 am

Could the discharges observed in "magnetic reconnection" be responsible for planetary formation?

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Perhaps the energetic events occur along certain points of high concentration of matter along the parker spiral and solar winds thus electrically coalescing said matter into a planet.

These magnetic spirals could also be responsible for electrically moving electrically charged bodies around the sun

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In other words, the solar winds cause the planets to orbit the sun along the plane at the point of formation, acting as an electric motor of sorts draging the planets around according to their mass and distance. Thus closer bodies are more frequently interacting with the spiral arms of the magnetic field and as a result orbit faster than bodies further out.
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Re: Possible mode of planetary formation?

Unread postby stevepidge » Thu Apr 02, 2015 10:26 am

Note: I realize that magnetic reconnection is not technically possible, I'm just using the current nomenclature to describe the resulting highly energetic events observed and thus attributed to "re connection".
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Re: Electric Moon

Unread postby GaryN » Tue Oct 06, 2015 8:11 pm

From the Apollo images recently made available on Flickr:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/projectapo ... 592471809/
Braided surface features? From the consolidation of surface material in plasma flows or discharges?
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Re: Electric Moon

Unread postby Metryq » Mon Oct 12, 2015 9:19 am

Earth's Gravitational Pull Cracks Open the Moon

now they've found that Earth's pull actually opens up faults on the moon.
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Re: Electric Moon

Unread postby Anti University Dean » Tue Oct 20, 2015 5:27 pm

I want to think that the lunar wave of Crow777 is a wave in the moon's charged dust layer or perhaps the moon has an atmosphere. It is possible that may be debunked as an earth atmospheric signature of passing planes however. I don't know and find it hard to trust any debunkers nowadays. Any opinions?
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Re: Electric Moon

Unread postby Anti University Dean » Tue Oct 20, 2015 5:27 pm

I want to think that the lunar wave of Crow777 is a wave in the moon's charged dust layer or perhaps the moon has an atmosphere. It is possible that may be debunked as an earth atmospheric signature of passing planes however. I don't know and find it hard to trust any debunkers nowadays. Any opinions?
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Antipodal Moon

Unread postby jtb » Wed Dec 30, 2015 4:11 am

https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2015/12/20/the-antipodal-moon/
Consensus explanation of Earth's crustal bulge at the equator is inertial and centrifugal forces moving mountains of dirt and rock due to Earth's rotation. If Earth was stationary (not rotating or orbiting), the moon would be orbiting daily at ~62,500 mph vs. ~2,200 mph and consensus theory could be applied to explain a much thicker crust on its far side. However, what would then explain Earth's uniform bulge at the equator?

Sschirott's electrical explanation of the antipodal moon and planets could be applied to explain Earth's uniform bulge at the equator, but only if it was stationary.

The Antipodal Moon, posted December 20, 2015 by sschirott

The evidence suggests that all of these planets and moons experienced severe electrical discharges from close contact with neighboring moons and planets during their creation when the solar system’s orbital dynamics were different.

A revised electrical story could be told. The polar regions experienced cyclonic current events, similar to the polar aurora on Earth — though many orders of magnitude more energetic — from a dissimilarity charged body in proximity.

The cratering and swirls were the result of electrical discharge and cathodic erosion at one pole, etching away the surface. The opposite pole experienced electrical discharge with anodic accumulation of material, forming a dome, drawing in matter from the nearby planet, as well as sweeping in dust from the eroding pole.

As the current between bodies built at the poles, it coursed across the surface and through the interior, seeking conductive channels to short-circuit. Ionized dust created a thick plasma atmosphere, and flash-overs occurred, coursing across the mid-latitudes, scarring the face of the planet.

The same effect can be witnessed today on a far more subtle scale on Earth. The polar aurora illustrate solar currents streaming into the atmosphere, and the continuous belt of thunderstorms across the equatorial latitudes show charge differentials building and discharging as violent lightning. Climate, seismic and volcanic effects wax and wane with the solar current.

Mars crustal relief
Natural electromagnetic forces in arcing current sheets differentiate charge potentials, eroding one hemisphere cathodically, while anodically depositing magnetized material on the other. It sorts material and preferentially deposits it in the kind of bewildering array that is actually seen correlating to these features.

These energetic currents built mountains, raised volcanic blisters and tornadic electrical winds; melted bedrock and left craters, lava flows, rilles and canyons — the scars of tremendous thunderbolts. Dust and debris that blanketed one hemisphere trapped gases that burst through the layers of dust, adding simple craters and cones to an already chaotic array of lightning scars and impacts from falling debris.
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Re: Antipodal Moon

Unread postby nick c » Wed Dec 30, 2015 9:24 am

Note: The author of the article is Andrew Hall.
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Re: Antipodal Moon

Unread postby jtb » Wed Dec 30, 2015 12:12 pm

Thanks, Nick. Must have been at the bottom of the page.
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Lunar Dark Side "Music"

Unread postby CosmicLettuce » Sun Feb 21, 2016 10:07 am

Apollo 10 astronauts heard mysterious 'music' on the dark side of the moon, newly uncovered tapes reveal

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... Floyd.html

I'm looking forward to hearing these tapes.

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Re: Lunar Dark Side "Music"

Unread postby Metryq » Sun Mar 06, 2016 5:22 am

I assume you know there is no "dark side" of the Moon, except in a transient sense as with Earth.

Naturally, the news media amp up the suggestion of "aliens discovered at midnight on the dark side of the Moon by Apollo" conspiracy theory angle without actually saying it. The sample of the "music" included in the video sounds much like the synchrotron radio noise recorded by Voyager and other planetary probes, and no surprise to space enthusiasts.

Meanwhile, I've been trying to find documentation for alleged Apollo 15 communication from Farside mentioned by James P. Hogan in "The Cosmic Power Grid":

Nikola Tesla discovered that the Earth constitutes an enormous reservoir of free electrons, and one of his obsessions was to utilize this property for worldwide electrical transmission. In 1971 this finding was repeated for the Moon, when signals from the Apollo 15 command module were received at a time when the craft was behind the supposedly radio-opaque body. They had been carried around from the far side by electric currents in the Moon's surface layers.

Does anyone know the specifics of this? Mission elapsed time?
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Re: Electric Moon

Unread postby GaryN » Tue Apr 05, 2016 12:35 pm

A view of the south pole of the Moon from Chang'e. Pretty chewed up by something, and not impacts IMO.
Can't link directly to the full size image, but from this page it is the image second row from the bottom at the right side.
http://moon.bao.ac.cn/multimedia/img3d.jsp
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