Author Archives: Stephen Smith

Something New in the Wind

  May 6, 2016 Pluto’s interaction with the solar wind confirms Electric Universe theory. NASA launched the New Horizons spacecraft in January of 2006 on a mission to study the dwarf planet Pluto, as well as other Kuiper Belt Objects … Continue reading

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Written in the Sand

  May 5, 2016 Are dunes on Titan like those on Earth? “To see a world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour.” … Continue reading

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Heads or Tails

  May 4, 2016 Comets and asteroids. “A new comet model is presented that resolves the chief problem of abnormal cometary motions and accounts for a number of other cometary phenomena. The nucleus is visualized as a conglomerate of ices, … Continue reading

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Radio Lightning

  May 3, 2016 Electricity manifests in many ways. Previous Pictures of the Day argue that stars do not age and die in the way that conventional understanding proposes. Stars are not globes of hot gas under pressure, they are composed … Continue reading

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Straight-Edged

  May 2, 2016 Why do craters exhibit polygonal features? A major tenet of Electric Universe theory is that the Solar System was chaotic a few thousand years ago. The features on all the moons and rocky planets are forensic … Continue reading

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Galactic Candle

  Apr 29, 2016 Plasma is the flame that lights the stars. If you knew what you will know when your candle has burnt low, it would greatly ease your plight while your candle still burns bright. ― Piet Hein … Continue reading

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Contending Powers

  Apr 28, 2016 The Universe is governed by light and not dark. Modern astrophysical theories of stellar and galactic evolution depend on mechanical action. Space scientists ascribe structures in space to the gravitational collapse of cold gas. Conventional viewpoints attribute … Continue reading

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Casting Shadows

  Apr 26, 2016 Dark matter theory is in the news again. “Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires.” ― William Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act 1, Scene 4 Consensus science states that the Big Bang created … Continue reading

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The Hubble Bubble

  Apr 22, 2016 Planetary nebulae are electrical in nature. Contemporary opinions about nebulae involve “winds” of gas and dust created by shockwaves from exploding stars “blowing” through them. They are often described as “star forming” because intense X-ray radiation … Continue reading

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The Ties that Bind

  Apr 21, 2016 Earth and the Sun are joined together. The four Magnetospheric Multiscale Satellites (MMS) were launched March 12, 2015 on a mission to study the magnetic field around Earth, especially what scientists like to call “magnetic reconnection” events. … Continue reading

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