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Daily discussion of various images from an Electric Universe perspective.

Wave Bye-Bye

  Feb 12, 2016 Space and time are not a fabric. According to a recent press release, “… scientists have observed ripples in the fabric of spacetime called gravitational waves…” The observation is said to confirm the general theory of … Continue reading

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Galactic Speedway

  Feb 11, 2016 Does gravity power stellar behavior? Modern astronomical models of cosmic evolution rely on the kinetic effects of cold gas collapsing from gravitational forces. Clouds of gas and dust a thousand times less dense than a puff … Continue reading

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Similarities

  Feb 10, 2016 The topography of Ceres is reminiscent of other planets and moons. NASA launched the Dawn spacecraft on September 27, 2007. Its scientific observations of the asteroid Vesta began on July 17, 2011 and ended on September 5, 2012 … Continue reading

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Astronomy in Collision

  Feb 9, 2016 Modern astronomy is like a blind man, panicked, without his cane, running. There are collisions. It’s not because astronomy has lost its sight; it’s because it has gained a second sight, another sense beyond the five that … Continue reading

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Charge Fluctuation

  Feb 8, 2016 The Sun’s activity remains mysterious. Among heliophysicists it is commonly thought that the Sun accelerates charged particles into space in the same way that sound waves are amplified. Solar energy is said to travel outward from … Continue reading

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Radio Lobes

  Feb 5, 2016 Synchrotron radiation from a galactic core. A recent press release from the Hubble Space Telescope announces that the spiral galaxy LO95 0313-192 is ejecting a light-years long jet of material that emits intense radio waves, producing … Continue reading

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Light Storms

  Feb 4, 2015 Auroral substorms on Jupiter are not caused by the solar wind, alone. A previous Picture of the Day published in late 2012 quoted Jonathan Nichols from the University of Leicester: “The main aurora oval on Jupiter we … Continue reading

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Prop Wash

  Feb 3, 2016 Stars in galaxies are affected by electromagnetic fields. According to a recent press release, the Milky Way “…hosts a propeller stirring up chaos in its wake.” By examining the positions of dwarf galaxies and globular clusters … Continue reading

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Enigmatic Colossus

  Feb 2, 2016 Titan’s characteristics support Electric Universe ideas about planet formation. Titan is the second largest moon in the Solar System, with a mean diameter of 5150 kilometers. Only Ganymede is larger, at 5262 kilometers. The planet Mercury … Continue reading

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Alpha Orionis

  Feb 1, 2016 More evidence for the Electric Star theory. Betelgeuse is one of the largest stars in the observable Universe. If it were in the Sun’s position, it would be larger than Jupiter’s mean orbital diameter. However, the … Continue reading

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