Donald Scott: Breakthrough – New Evidence of Birkeland Currents in Earth’s Atmosphere | Space News

A new investigation into the wind patterns in Earth’s upper atmosphere may provide critical insight into our planet’s electrical environment, and its relationship to the Sun. In numerous past episodes, retired professor of electrical engineering Dr. Donald Scott has outlined his mathematical modeling of a Birkeland current’s structure, and its visual identification as counterrotating cylinders. Recently, Dr. Scott invited members of the Electric Universe to begin tracking our planet’s wind patterns. In his own investigation, Dr. Scott has made what may be an important discovery — an apparent periodicity to the counterroational patterns seen at our planet’s poles. In this episode, Dr. Scott explains the potential significance of this discovery for the Electric Universe model of the Sun, and its connection to Earth.

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