Black Ideas

  Sep 18, 2018 Black holes are said to “warp space”. Consensus theories state that inside of a black hole matter occupies no volume, yet retains its gravitational forces. Those forces are so great that no light can escape, so they are called “black” holes, because they are undetectable with …

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X-ray Lightning

Sep 14, 2018 Galaxies are alive with lightning flashes. “Bring in the bottled lightning, a clean tumbler, and a corkscrew.” — Charles Dickens On Earth, a primary electric discharge channel is called a lighting bolt. In slow-motion, it is easy to see that each flash is a complex series of …

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Nuclear Fantasies

Sep 12, 2018 Neutron stars cannot exist. “The sky was clear—remarkably clear—and the twinkling of all the stars seemed to be but throbs of one body, timed by a common pulse.” —Thomas Hardy On June 13, 2012 NASA launched the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) on a mission to study …

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Cosmic Electromagnetism

  Sep 11, 2018 The Universe is not only in motion. Galactic evolution occurs because large-scale plasma discharges form coherent filaments that exhibit electrodynamic behavior. Since the Universe is an electrical system that is constantly charging and discharging, instead of a gravitational system that is constantly contracting and expanding, gravity is …

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Ring in the True

Sep 10, 2018 Black holes do not power this ring of stars. Astronomers recently discovered what they believe to be a “ring of black holes or neutron stars” in galaxy AM 0644-741, located 300 million light years away. Observations from the Chandra X-ray Observatory are said to reveal stellar-mass black …

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Cycle 25

Sep 5, 2018 The new solar cycle is off to a slow start. Sunspots are not well understood by the mainstream (nor by Electric Universe advocates). However, it is known that magnetism is involved with sunspot activity, because gigantic loops and whorls of plasma can often be seen connecting two …

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