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Daily discussion of various images from an Electric Universe perspective.

Reaching for the Moon

  Sep 2, 2015 Scholarly discourse on the significance of creation myths seems as lacklustre today as ever. Scores of recurrent themes remain undiscovered or unexplored – mostly buried in dust-gathering reams on forlorn library shelves or in scanned digital … Continue reading

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Turbulent Encounters

  Sep 1, 2015 Do convection currents and vibrating magnetic field lines create the dynamic phenomena observed on the Sun? In the electric model of stars, the Sun is a positively charged electrode in a circuit, while the negatively charged electrode … Continue reading

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Notes on an Incipient Cosmos Part Four

  Aug 31, 2015 Decisions, Decisions: A Choice Not an Echo Editor’s note: This is the last installment of Mel Acheson’s epistemological treatise, originally meant to be a presentation at a Thunderbolts conference in 2009. Leon Rosenfeld, a coworker of … Continue reading

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Juiced Up

  Aug 28, 2105 Massive electric weather phenomena. Previous Picture of the Day articles describe Earth as an electrically charged object: it maintains an electric field at its surface of between 50 and 200 volts per meter. In other words, … Continue reading

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Fusion Fires

  Aug 27, 2015 Fusion reactions from deep in the core are said to drive the Sun. “I am aware that many critics consider the stars are not hot enough. The critics lay themselves open to an obvious retort; we tell … Continue reading

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Mon R2

  Aug 26, 2015 Another electrically powered nebula. The standard model of star formation proposes that new stars result from compression waves passing through clouds of dust and gas. It is thought that supernovae explosions from elsewhere in the galaxy … Continue reading

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X-ray Eruption

  Aug 25, 2015 Stellar flares are seen in unexpected places. In a September 30, 2014 press release, NASA officials from the Goddard Space Flight Center announced that their SWIFT satellite detected a stellar flare with X-ray emissions larger than … Continue reading

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Notes on an Incipient Cosmos Part Three

  Aug 24, 2015 “Really and Truly” Thinking is done with nerves and words. Nerves don’t transmit information: the discharge of one nerve stimulates another to discharge, discharges of many nerves are linked and sorted into patterns of activation, and … Continue reading

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Thermal Axes

  Aug 21, 2015 Hot polar regions are common among planets and moons. Scientists using the Very Large Telescope (VLT) discovered a ten degree Celsius temperature difference above the polar region of Neptune. Another consideration that has not been published … Continue reading

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Crystal Comets

  Aug 20, 2015 The “dusty snowball” theory of comets needs attention, since there are crystals that need high temperatures to form in the matrix of at least two. Recently, the composition of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67P/C-G) was discussed in the scientific … Continue reading

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