Surface Conductive Faults

Surface Conductive Faults By Andrew Hall When high voltage electrical circuitry is sufficiently overloaded, or damaged, the current will seek alternative conductive paths to discharge to ground. It causes a dangerous event called an arc flash. Arc flash occurs when the current discharges in an arc through the atmosphere.The result …

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The Antipodal Moon

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The Antipodal Moon By Andrew Hall Science has puzzled over the Moon more than any other body in space. It’s the only place mankind has walked and brought back a ton of rocks. Yet, some of its features puzzle scientists as much today as the day they discovered it wasn’t …

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Bioelectric Exploration of Acupoints

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Bioelectric Exploration of Acupoints By Alexander Fournier In 1976, a research team funded by the National Institute of Health comprised of Robert Becker, Maria Reichmanis, Andrew Marino, and Joseph Spadaro published a groundbreaking series of bioelectrical experiments. Becker had been asked by an army colonel from the Surgeon General’s Office …

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Looking for Lightning

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Looking for Lightning By Andrew Hall One thing you can say about lightning – it’s not very subtle. Geomorphologist Stephan Grab and Geologist Jasper Knight at Johannesburg’s University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa have studied the Drakensberg Peaks in Lesotho and discovered the primary force shaping them is lightning.  …

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Evolution and Earth’s Electric Field

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Evolution and Earth’s Electric Field By Alexander Fournier Biorhythms of the Earth and its Offspring In 1982 experienced anthropologist and pharmacologist Francis Ivanhoe published the first of multiple studies in which he would catalog an important discovery for evolutionary science. Surveying all known Paleolithic human skulls, he witnessed a correlation …

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