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Daily discussion of various images from an Electric Universe perspective.

Cellular Plasmas

  Jan 23, 2015 Astronomical theories predict a white dwarf star that can not be found. In the nuclear view, a planetary nebula is the result of a dying star that has exhausted its hydrogen/helium fuel supply and collapsed under … Continue reading

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The Curls of Ares

  Jan 22, 2014 So-called “lava coils” are present on Mars. “Ares…who whirl your fiery sphere among the planets in their sevenfold courses through the aether wherein your blazing steeds ever bear you above the third firmament of heaven…” — Homer, … Continue reading

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The Book of Nature and the Nature of Books

  Jan 21, 2015 “The Book of Nature” is a metaphor. In science, metaphors are usually passed over as mere embellishments of language. The metaphor is expanded into “the Book of Nature is written in the language of mathematics,” and … Continue reading

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Blinded by the Light

  Jan 20, 2015 Gravity wave detection is kaput. Previous Picture of the Day articles take issue with computer models versus observational evidence. In the Electric Universe paradigm, laboratory experiments requiring relatively inexpensive equipment can be conducted and compared to the … Continue reading

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And Yet They Move

  Jan 19, 2015 Io’s caldera continue to puzzle scientists. Previous Pictures of the Day discuss several confirmed predictions about electrical activity on Io, notably, the intense electric arcing between the moon and its parent body, Jupiter. Images of Io … Continue reading

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How You Know

    Jan 16, 2015 Another epistemological tour de force. Probable, Possible, my black hen, She lays eggs in the Relative When. She doesn’t lay eggs in the Positive Now Because she’s unable to postulate how. — The Space Child’s … Continue reading

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Dynamic Asteroids

  Jan 15, 2015 Electrically active objects dominate the Solar System Small planetoids, called Near Earth Objects (NEO), are a concern for space scientists because it is thought that large rocks might strike our planet with devastating force. It is … Continue reading

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The X Factor

  Jan 14, 2015 Consensus black hole theory called into question again. “The largest X-ray flare ever detected from the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy” was recently announced by the Chandra X-ray Telescope observation … Continue reading

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Solar Max

  Jan 13, 2015 Sunspot activity has dramatically increased. The Sun exhibits a solar cycle that lasts approximately 22 years, oscillating in output strength and the number of sunspots visible across its surface. This last 11 year period, when the number … Continue reading

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Trial and Tribulation

  Jan 12, 2015 One of the Mars Exploration Rovers is still going strong. Recently, the Opportunity rover on Mars focused its camera on a grand vista from the summit of Cape Tribulation at the highest point of Endeavor crater’s … Continue reading

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