Aristarchus

Aristarchus crater on the Moon

Original Post January 18, 2012 The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter is providing more evidence for the Electric Universe theory. The Moon has intrigued humanity since the beginning. Where did it come from? What is it made of? Today, those questions remain unanswered, for the most part, although technological advancements have provided…

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The Lake Victoria Cosmic Massacre

Lake Mungo's 'Walls of China' lunettes

Original Post January 15, 2012 Is there a connection between Australia’s lunettes and Carolina’s oval bays? Scattered around the shoreline and erratically buried in the sand dune lunettes of Lake Victoria lay an estimated 15,000 aboriginal bodies of uncertain age. Archaeologist Colin Pardoe believes they represent a communal burial ground…

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Astronomical Fashion Flips

Active galaxies (red crosses)

Original Post January 3, 2011 Mergers are out. Vanity is in: active galaxies are self-absorbed. For many years, the only acceptable explanation of high galactic x-ray output accompanied by high redshift was mergers of galaxies. The universe became a bumper-car arena where every presumed high-energy event was proof of a…

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The Persistent Illusion

M84

Original Post January 12, 2012 Does the acceleration of gravity alone create high frequency radiation? “Greatness is a zigzag streak of lightning in the brain.” — Herbert Asquith, Prime Minister of the UK, 1908-1916 Black holes are theoretically required because velocity and gravity calculations of motions at the galactic center…

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It Has a Nice Ring To It

Galaxy AM 0644-741

Original Post January 11, 2012 Galactic haloes are best explained using the Electric Universe theory. There are rings around planets, rings around stars, and there are rings around galactic nuclei, as demonstrated by the Hubble Space Telescope image of AM 0644-741. Although the conventional explanation for such structures is that…

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Shooting Star

Zeta Ophiuchi in infrared

Original Post January 8, 2012 What model best fits heliospheric behavior? “How now, wit! Whither wander you?” — William Shakespeare: As You Like it, Act 1, Scene 2 Space, it is said, is a vacuum. Since the best pumped vacuum on Earth reaches a 0.1 millimeter spacing between individual atoms,…

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Corona Discharges

NGC 891

Original Post January 06, 2012 From galaxies to the laboratory, transverse electric currents accompany a main discharge channel. That “main discharge channel” experienced by most people comes in the form of a terrestrial lighting bolt. Slow-motion studies reveal that each flash is a complex episode. Multiple leader strokes descend from…

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Nebular Plasmoids

NGC 1514 in visible light (left) and infrared

Original post January 5, 2012 Most nebulae exhibit the unmistakable characteristics of electrical activity. Previous Thunderbolts Picture of the Day articles have argued for an electrical interpretation of astrophysical observations, so that there is an alternative available for those who want extracurricular exploration and deeper levels. Every science journal describes…

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The Darkest Dark

January 5, 2021 The Universe is composed primarily of dark matter, according to modern cosmologists. More than 95% of all that exists cannot be seen by even the highest resolution instruments. Their premise is based on several assumptions. For example, current estimates conclude that the Universe is 13.7 billion years…

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