Andrew Hall: Earth’s Cyclone-Sheared Surface | Space News

The geological features of our planet tell an astonishing story – a story that defies explanation based on standard theoretical processes. Natural philosopher, engineer and Thunderbolts contributor Andrew Hall explores theoretical pathways which draw analogs between Earth geology, and some of the most powerful atmospheric phenomena seen in the solar system.

From part six of his “Eye of the Storm” Thunderblog series, Andy explains some of the many earthly features which show all of the hallmarks of surfaces sheared by powerful cyclones, such as the Great Red Spot of Jupiter. The key to understanding can found in the properties and nature of water as the charge carrier, the electric wires of the circuit.

Read the current Thunderblogs…
Andrew Hall – “Eye of the Storm, Part 6: The Great Red Spot”
Andrew Hall – “Eye of the Storm, Part 5: Large Scale Wind Structures”

Thunderblog series: “Eye of the Storm” Parts 1 to 4

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