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Ev Cochrane: Venus, Mars and Catastrophism – The Reconstruction | Space News

In his recent Space News interviews, comparative mythologist Ev Cochrane introduced his extraordinary decades long research into ancient testimony of catastrophic celestial events witnessed on earth. As Cochrane explained, in countless ancient cultures, the identities of planets in myth, including Mars and Venus, cannot be explained in terms of anything…

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Relative to What?

Oct 2, 2019 Astronomers continue to rely on gravity to explain their findings. The smeared lines of an iron spectrum provides astronomers with another mystery to solve when it comes to explaining the Universe. Observations from the XMM-Newton and the JAXA/NASA X-ray observatories reveal high-velocity particles in orbit around Serpens X-1 that seem to…

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Fire and Ice

Sep 27, 2019 There are regions on Earth and on other planets that are difficult to explain. Norway and Greenland, for instance, reveal deep channels that penetrate inland for hundreds of kilometers. Norway’s fjords have steep-walled side branch canyons whose outlets are far above the water level. Consensus theories of…

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Focused Flares

Sep 24, 2019 Electricity flowing into and out of the Sun can sometimes release plasma discharges called solar flares. Consensus astrophysicists think that solar flares are caused by magnetic loops “reconnecting” with each other. The so-called “magnetic energy” short circuit is thought to accelerate gases into space. Magnetic reconnection is…

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GRB Structures

Sep 23, 2019 Plasma forms electromagnetic structures in galaxies. According to a recent press release, the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory research team found that gamma ray bursts (GRB) “…contained time-reversed light signatures…They all have this signature of brightness that fluctuates and then it turns around and goes backwards in time,”…

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Not So Real

Sep 11, 2019 Dark matter theory lacks observational support, yet most astronomers think it is only a matter of time before it is discovered. A recent press release affirms the modern opinion about dark matter. To quote the article: “I’m betting that dark matter is the real deal.” Astrophysicists continue…

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