Future Studies

Sep 18, 2017 Cassini’s data will be analyzed for years to come. The Cassini spacecraft burned up in Saturn’s atmosphere on Friday, September 16, 2017. Since its original orbital insertion in 2004, it found hurricanes surging through Saturn’s atmosphere, along with lightning storms lasting for years at a time. Most …

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Electric Plasmoids

Sep 15, 2017 Electrical discharges in plasma are a better model for solar activity than the models derived from gravity and turbulence. About 100 years ago, Kristian Birkeland led the Norwegian Aurora Polaris Expedition to a mountain inside the arctic circle, where he and his colleagues discovered that Earth’s aurorae …

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Burning Bright

Sep 6, 2017 Stars are electrical and they evolve according to the laws of plasma physics. “Every circuit which contains an inductance is intrinsically explosive. The inductive energy…can be tapped at any point of the circuit. If we try to interrupt the current…the inductance tends to supply its energy to …

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Dark Decrepitude

  Sep 5, 2017 If the Universe is expanding at an accelerating rate, then the future is dark. In 1998, two research groups discovered what is now called in consensus circles, “dark energy”. Saul Perlmutter of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Brian Schmidt from the Australian National University projects …

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