Electric Gyres

  Jun 22, 2017 Helical structures reveal electrical entities. Spiral structures are common in the Universe. Galaxies, planetary nebulae, hurricanes: all exhibit characteristic shapes that point to electrically induced formations. The term “planetary nebula” was first applied in the early days of telescopic observation, since they appeared to be round, …

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Total Eclipse

Jun 21, 2017 Why is the Sun’s corona so hot? “It has gradually come to be acknowledged that aurora and magnetic perturbations should be regarded as rather moderate manifestations—at present the only ones there for us to observe—of an unknown cosmic agent of solar origin, and quite different from light, …

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Radio Plasmoids

Jun 19, 2017 Electric power switches on and off. From gamma-rays down through X-rays and radio waves, conventional theories rely on gravity and acceleration to produce radiation in space. Compressing dusty clouds of hydrogen gas is supposed to create enough transfer of momentum that they reach temperatures in the millions …

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The Hunter’s Web

Jun 16, 2017 Events on Earth reflect events in space. Transverse electric currents accompany a main discharge channel. This phenomenon is most often seen as part of terrestrial lighting bolts. Slow-motion videos reveal the complexity of each flash: multiple leader strokes descend from the clouds, while less visible potential points …

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Down to the Sea

  Sep 28, 2016 Europa is not a harbor for life. In March of 1979 Voyager 1 found that Europa appeared to be completely encased in water ice, with few craters. Sinuous channels, called “rilles,” extend for thousands of kilometers across its face. Cycloid, dual ridge “faults” mystified NASA mission team …

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Collisions and Crashes

Jun 12, 2017 Hot gravity? Astronomers have only one force in their bag of tricks: gravity. Anomalous observations, such as high temperature in galaxy clusters, “must be” caused by collisions. Shockwaves and ram pressure are invoked because it is assumed that celestial objects are pushing though a medium. It is …

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Extinct Light

Jun 9, 2017 A hidden star factory. NGC 6334 (the Cat’s Paw nebula) is also known as the Bear Claw nebula. It is 50 light-years across and approximately 5500 light-years away, using redshift distance calculations. It is part of a larger nebular complex near the heart of the Milky Way …

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