Author Archives: Stephen Smith

Lunar Mascons

  Apr 16, 2016 What caused the mass concentrations on the Moon? Consensus scientific theories postulate that the Moon experienced extreme selenological activity early in its history. Cataclysmic devastation occurred at some time in the past. Giant craters, wide and … Continue reading

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Mercury’s Heritage

  Apr 15, 2014 Data from the MESSENGER probe to Mercury continues to provide evidence for the Electric Universe theory. The planet Mercury has no atmosphere and little in the way of a magnetic field, so it is bombarded by … Continue reading

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Predicting CMEs

Apr 14, 2014 Are coronal loops coronal mass ejection precursors? Professor Donald Scott’s The Electronic Sun theory shows that the phenomena observed on the Sun are electrical in nature. Sunspots, solar flares, anomalous coronal heating, and coronal mass ejections (CMEs) on … Continue reading

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I’m Singing in the Rain

  Apr 11, 2014 Ionic rain from Saturn’s rings. Saturn’s plasmasphere is an electrical environment, causing everything from dark-mode plasma discharges to lightning bolts that flash across the ring plane. When Cassini entered orbit around the giant planet, mission specialists were shocked to discover lightning of … Continue reading

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Troy’s Daughter

  Apr 10, 2014 Can the surface of a tiny moon help to explain the mysterious geography of Mars? In an Electric Universe, the charged moons and the charged rings around Saturn are alternately repelling and attracting each other as … Continue reading

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La Grasa Oscura

Apr 9, 2014 The largest galaxy cluster is said to contain a majority of dark matter. “One can show the following: given any rule, however ‘fundamental’ or ‘necessary’ for science, there are always circumstances when it is advisable not only … Continue reading

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Burned-In

  Apr 08, 2014 Enceladus continues to confirm the electrical nature of its topography. Saturn’s moons are difficult to categorize, let alone explain. As previous Picture of the Day articles point out, they vary in composition, orbital inclination, size, and … Continue reading

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Black Pearls

Apr 7, 2014 A black hole in the center of NGC 2110 is said to be spawning new star clusters Previous Picture of the Day articles repeatedly take issue with the idea that black holes are part of the Universe. … Continue reading

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Electrified Bee Seeks Flower for Mutual Charge Exchange

Apr 04, 2014 Bees can sense the electric fields generated by flowers Previous Picture of the Day articles discuss aspects of biology that rely on electricity. Whether it is the transportation of nutrients and electrolytic compound in and out of … Continue reading

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Andromeda’s Mother

  Apr 03, 2014 Rather than searching for exotic explanations, this celestial object can best be described using plasma physics. According to astronomers from the Chandra X-ray Observatory, the so-called “supernova remnant” Cassiopeia A (or “Cas A”) harbors a strange passenger within … Continue reading

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