Hoses and Nozzles

Oct 14, 2019 Consensus astronomers see only kinetic effects when observing remote galaxies. A previous Picture of the Day reported that there are two gamma ray lobes extending beyond the Milky Way’s core. The formations are about 65,000 light-years in diameter, and are indications that Birkeland currents are creating z-pinches…

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The Universal Force

Oct 10, 2019 Electricity is stronger than gravity. Electricity is really just organized lightning.— George Carlin Cosmic rays are ions from deep space traveling at high velocities. Most cosmic rays are single protons, followed by 5% helium nuclei, with the rest comprising all other elements in the periodic table. The…

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Radio Filaments

Note: Power in the editor’s region of California is being curtailed because of high fire danger. A new Picture of the Day will appear on Oct 11. Oct 8, 2019 Some galactic jets emit radio broadcasts. It is not the consensus opinion, but Electric Universe proponents think that galactic evolution occurs…

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Power Planet

Oct 3, 2019 Jupiter dissipates so much electromagnetic energy that it could be thought of as a star. Jupiter’s magnetosphere is so powerful that it reaches beyond Saturn’s orbit, over 600 million kilometers away. Zones of extreme radiation, similar to the Van Allen radiation belts, surround the planet, except that the radiation…

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Relative to What?

Oct 2, 2019 Astronomers continue to rely on gravity to explain their findings. The smeared lines of an iron spectrum provides astronomers with another mystery to solve when it comes to explaining the Universe. Observations from the XMM-Newton and the JAXA/NASA X-ray observatories reveal high-velocity particles in orbit around Serpens X-1 that seem to…

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Plasma Waves

Oct 1, 2019 Ganymede’s electric charge means it interacts with Jupiter’s magnetosphere. Planetary scientists sent seven different science experiments to Jupiter over the last forty years, beginning with Pioneer 10 in 1973. Of all Jupiter’s moons, Ganymede is possibly the most exotic, with a mix of topography, including fractures, craters…

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Solar Electricity

Sep 30, 2019 The conventional model of how the Sun works relies on thermonuclear processes. Temperatures in the Sun’s core are thought to be more than 15 million Celsius, with compression greater than 340 billion times Earth’s atmospheric pressure. In order to power the Sun, 700 million tons of hydrogen…

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