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Eye of the Storm, Part 6

The Great Red Spot by Andrew Hall In Part Five of this series, we looked at “bootprint” craters and found there are cyclones raging on Jupiter right now that can explain them. Shock wave patterns in the crater rims provided confirming evidence. We also looked at California’s mountain and valley…

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Eye of the Storm, Part 5

Large Scale Wind Structuresby Andrew Hall In previous articles, we established a link between the winds of Jupiter and landforms on Earth. In primordial times, Earth’s weather was like Jupiter’s, with raging plasma whirlwinds and segregated electric jet streams that attained supersonic speeds. Close examination of mountains and other landforms…

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EU2020 – Speakers

SPEAKER LIST Watch as this page grows with added speakers and their talk titles and summaries. Also, check out the SCHEDULE for talk times which can be used for planning and travel purposes. WALLACE THORNHILL Wallace Thornhill, the Chief Science Advisor to The Thunderbolts Project, will give a talk on…

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Eye of the Storm, Part 4

Wind Map by Andrew Hall The face of the Earth was shaped by three primary means: volcanic eruption, lightning, and wind. It occurred in primordial storms which significantly ionized the atmosphere, charged the ground like a battery, and discharged energy between them in the same way we see today: earthquakes,…

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Eye of the Storm, Part 2

The Electric Winds of JupiterBy Andrew Hall Jupiter is our largest neighbor and generates the largest electromagnetic field in the Solar System except for the Sun. It has a thick, turbulent atmosphere with swirling storms producing winds of supersonic speed, and lightning arcs that dwarf the puny sparks we have…

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Eye of the Storm, Part 1

The Eye of the Storm, Part 1By Andrew Hall Earth’s geology and weather is a result of capacitance in Earth’s electric circuit. Forget anything you’ve been taught about geology. It’s wrong — provably wrong — from evidence you will soon see. We are taught to associate geology with billions of…

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