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Daily discussion of various images from an Electric Universe perspective.

Primordial Plasma

  Mar 27, 2015 Hot gas or streams of charged particles? Complex rings, knots, and twisted streamers are often ejected from stars (and other celestial objects) The overall shape of so-called “planetary nebula” sometimes reveal gigantic, bifurcated jets emerging from … Continue reading

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Jet Filaments

  Mar 26, 2015 Particle jets are not caused by black holes. How jets of ionized particles erupt from various objects in space is one of the most difficult problems facing modern astronomers. What force creates energetic particle emissions that can … Continue reading

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Dark Matter in the Light

  Mar 25, 2015 Undetectable, unseen, and unknown. In previous Picture of the Day articles about the existence of “dark matter,” it was noted that it is an add-on, or ad-hoc, theory because the lack of luminous matter in the … Continue reading

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Impressions of Titan

    Mar 24, 2014 Lakes are supposed to exist on Titan. Could that be a misinterpretation of electrical effects? The then named Cassini-Huygens mission was launched October 15, 1997 on a mission to explore Saturn and titan, its largest moon. … Continue reading

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Collective Quality

Mar 23. 2015 Filaments in nebulae suggest charge separation in space. The Orion Nebula is visible to the naked eye in the constellation Orion; it is the second star in Orion’s sword. Astrophysicists believe several formations in the cloud are … Continue reading

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Adieu MESSENGER

    Mar 20, 2015 After four years in orbit, MESSENGER is nearing the end of its life. On August 3, 2004, NASA launched the Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging (MESSENGER) experiment from Cape Canaveral. After traveling nearly … Continue reading

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Star Drive

  Mar 19, 2015 Electric Universe theory assumes Earth and the Sun are electrically connected. Previous Picture of the Day articles discuss the linkages between the flow of electric charge through the galaxy, solar electric currents, and terrestrial electric currents. Earth’s … Continue reading

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Fixing a Hole

  Mar 18, 2015 “It really doesn’t matter if I’m wrong, I’m right…” The Max Planck Institute added more fuel to the black hole physics fire: the ejection of a “supermassive black hole” (SMBH) from its parent galaxy. Researchers in … Continue reading

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Plasma Star

Mar 16, 2015 Recent images of the star CH Cygni reveal the electrical circuitry that drives it. Radiation in radio (blue), optical (green), and X-ray (red) highlight the several inner components of the plasma discharge. The outer red circle (large … Continue reading

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Titanic Sculpture

m4s0n501   Mar 13, 2015 The features on Saturn’s moon Titan are not caused by flowing liquids. The Cassini-Solstice spacecraft has been analyzing information from the planet Saturn and its family of moons for more than eleven years, now. Its … Continue reading

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