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Daily discussion of various images from an Electric Universe perspective.

Galactic Magnetic Fields

  Aug 22, 2014 New observation techniques increase galactic field mapping accuracy. The LOw-Frequency ARray, (LOFAR) is a radio interferometer, or radio telescope, made up of several observing stations in Europe. Signals received at the various observing stations are digitally … Continue reading

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Ski Enceladus

  Aug 21, 2014 This small moon is said to be covered with powdery snow. Enceladus was one of the Gigantes, or Titans, who were overthrown by Zeus and his minions. It is perhaps an ironic name, since it is a … Continue reading

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Homunculus in 3D

  Aug 20, 2014 A double-lobed nebula stirs the imagination. Inside the Large Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf galaxy orbiting the Milky Way, is a structure known to astrophysicists as a “supernova remnant”. Theories of stellar evolution state that extremely massive … Continue reading

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The Universe in Lace

  Aug 19, 2014 Is the recently announced “cosmic web” based on erroneous conclusions? A press release from the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC), reports observations of the filamentary structure that comprises the Universe. A nebula exceeding 2 million light-years across, surrounding … Continue reading

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Hot Clouds

  Aug 18, 2014 Charged plasma surrounds the Solar System. Electric Sun theory presupposes that the Sun is a glowing anode, or positively charged electrode. Its oppositely charged cathode is invisible, a “virtual cathode,” called the heliosphere that exists billions … Continue reading

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Father Sky

  Aug 15, 2014 Uranus exhibits activity similar to the other gas giants. The planet Uranus is 50724 kilometers in diameter at the equator, meaning the widest part of the planet, although its equator is tilted almost 90 degrees past … Continue reading

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The Man with a Hammer

  Aug 14, 2014 Not all features on Mars are electrical scars. It is often said that to the man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Many times, Electric Universe advocates are accused of having too narrow an outlook, … Continue reading

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Merger or Division?

Aug 13, 2014 Are colliding galaxies actually separating? Astronomer Halton Arp discovered several relationships between various galaxies, and between galaxies and quasars, that led him to speculate that redshift is not an indicator of recessional speed or of distance to … Continue reading

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Dry Water

  Aug 11, 2014 Several previous Picture of the Day articles take issue with the idea that Mars once flowed with liquid water. Since Mars is now a freeze-dried, barren wasteland of rocks and dust, it is presumed that the supposed … Continue reading

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Electromagnetic Tails

Aug 8, 2014 Comets are not the only objects with tails. Since comets and their characteristics are in the news, it is good to remember that not all objects with tails are comets. Venus, for example, possesses a filamentary comet-like … Continue reading

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