Plasma Medium

Jul 14, 2020 What ionizes the intergalactic medium? According to a recent press release, astrophysicists are puzzled by the extent of ionization in distant regions of the Universe. As the announcement states, after the newborn Universe cooled, hydrogen nuclei (protons) recombined with electrons into neutral atoms. Then, extreme ultraviolet light…

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Lighting the Sky

Jul 10, 2020 A lightning bolt is accompanied by a transverse electric discharge. On Earth, slow-motion video reveals that each lightning flash is a complex event. Multiple leader strokes descend from the clouds, while similar, less visible potential contacts rise from the ground. Once two points of contact are made,…

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Colorful Clusters

Jul 9, 2020 Remote globular clusters exhibit anomalous light frequencies. “I am very astonished that the scientific picture of the real world around me is deficient. It gives a lot of factual information, puts all our experience in a magnificently consistent order, but it is ghastly silent about all and…

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Space Charge

July 8, 2020 The Sun resides within an electric shield. As written several times in the past, in an Electric Universe, the Sun lives within a positive space charge sheath with respect to the interstellar medium (ISM): it isolates itself in a cocoon of plasma. The Sun is an anode…

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Jet Setters

July 7, 2020 According to conventional thinking, gravity and acceleration cause stars and galaxies to produce radiation. Central black holes accelerate particles of dust, along with hydrogen gas, and are said to cause “jets” out of galactic nuclei. When a galactic jet encounters regions of increased density, collisions between particles…

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Lights in the Dark

July 6, 2020 Science journals often use terms like “blowing winds” created by exploding stars when they describe nebular formations. Nebulae are “star factories”, because consensus astronomers think that the X radiation they produce is due to fusion reactions initiated by gravitational attraction. Electric Universe theory proposes that plasma and…

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Double Time

July 3, 2020 Eta Carinae is a binary system with a mass about 150-times that of the Sun. However, in contrast, it is shining with four-million-times the Sun’s brilliance. What causes this disparity? The arc light from Eta Carinae is so bright that it generates X-rays powerful enough to be…

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Blank Spots on the Map

July 2, 2020 Over twenty years ago, astronomers discovered that they think the Universe is expanding. Observations of distant galaxies appear to indicate that the Universe is expanding faster today than it did in the past. Since that information does not fit into conventional Big Bang theories, the existence of…

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Hidden Clues

July 1, 2020 According to a recent press release, astronomers from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) cannot find “..an unstable massive star in a dwarf galaxy.” Several explanations are presented. Among them are, the star is now obscured by dust; or, it could have collapsed into a black hole without…

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