Galaxy Wheels

Jan 22, 2018 What forms galactic disks? Observations by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) indicate that a torus of stars surrounds the Milky Way at a distance of 120,000 light-years. The Milky Way’s stellar population was previously estimated to be about 200 billion stars contained in the spiral arms …

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Electric Nodes

Jan 19, 2018 Recent data calls black holes into question. Astronomers “know” that black holes exist because they see energetic radiation and collimated jets erupting from small regions of space. Collimated jets are said to result from matter falling into a black hole’s gravity field. As material orbits closer, it …

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Solar Probe Plus

  Jan 16, 2018 A new mission to study the Sun from close up. As Electronic Sun theory reveals, the Sun is powered externally by Birkeland current filaments that supply it with variable electric charge. Sunspots, flares, coronal heating, and coronal mass ejections are due to changes in the Sun’s galactic electrical supply. …

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Frostbite

  Jan 15, 2018 Does water ice exist on Mars? “He who cannot put his thoughts on ice should not enter into the heat of dispute.” — Friedrich Nietzsche Mars is mysterious. Although it is the most extensively studied celestial body—from the days of Giovanni Schiaparelli to the Curiosity rover …

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Electric Clusters

  Jan 9, 2018 Stars are not gravitational entities. A recent press release relates that there is something wrong with how conventional theories describe star formation. Star clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) are not assembled correctly: some stars are too young. As Dr. Bi-Qing For wrote: “Our models …

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