Electric Enceladus

  Oct 20, 2011 Saturn exhibits a circuit between Enceladus and its electrical environment. One of the most surprising results of the Galileo space probe’s mission to Jupiter was the identification of electrical activity between several Jovian moons and their parent. So-called “volcanic” plumes were seen erupting from the moon…

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Long Journey Home

  Oct 19, 2011 Hayabusa’s return to Earth was delayed for more than three years. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched the Hayabusa spacecraft (Japanese for “Peregrine Falcon”) in May of 2003, after a several month delay and a change in mission goals as a result. Hayabusa was originally…

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Orcus Patera

  Oct 18, 2011 What formed this unusual structure on Mars? Mars is the topic of a video from the Thunderbolts Project called The Lightning-Scarred Planet Mars. In it, Electric Universe advocate Dave Talbott explains how the Red Planet was probably the scene of tremendous plasma discharge events in the…

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Nuclear War God

  Oct 13, 2011 Did an atomic explosion decimate Mars long ago? According to a recent press release, a new theory claims to explain how the planet Mars acquired its red color and its tortured, barren, and desiccated landscape. According to the release, “About 180 million years ago, a planet-shattering yet…

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Black Flares

  Oct 12, 2011 Black hole theory contradicts itself. Most astrophysicists try to explain narrow jets erupting from various sources by using words like “nozzle” or “high pressure,” contradicting the known behavior of gases in a vacuum. For example, according to a recent press release, “flares” have been discovered jetting…

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