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Daily discussion of various images from an Electric Universe perspective.

A Fuzzy, Burning Star

  Apr 23, 2014 Venus is a young, electrically active planet. “Venus was described as a ‘hairy star,’ a ‘star that smoked’ and as ‘a stupendous prodigy in the sky.’ So it is significant that one of the earliest space-age … Continue reading

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Bolts Out of Thin Air

  Apr 22, 2014 The discovery of ‘mega-lightning’, upper-atmospheric lightning or transient luminous events (TLEs) is relatively recent, due to the fleeting nature of these phenomena: most last no longer than a few milliseconds. A menagerie of types – such as … Continue reading

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Galactic Maelstrom

Apr 21, 2014 Galaxies are electrically active. The image at the top of the page is a composite. It is made up of optical data from the 0.9-meter telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory and one from the Hubble Space … Continue reading

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Volcanic Mercury

  Apr 18, 2014 Was the innermost planet once wracked by explosive vulcanism? The MESSENGER spacecraft has been a satellite of Mercury for a little more than three years. Its arrival on March 18, 2011 marked one of the longest … Continue reading

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Paramagnetic Planet

  Apr 17, 2014 A new mission designed to study the Sun’s electrical relationship with Mars will soon be launched. Sometime in the morning a few months from now, between November 18 and December 7, 2013, NASA will launch the Mars … Continue reading

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Lunar Mascons

  Apr 16, 2014 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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