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Electric Nodes

Electric Nodes

Jan 19, 2018 Recent data calls black holes into question. Astronomers “know” that black holes exist because they see energetic radiation and collimated jets erupting from small regions of space. Collimated jets are said to result from matter falling into a black hole's gravity field. As material orbits closer, it ...
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A Torrent of Presumptions

A Torrent of Presumptions

Jan 18, 2018 Did water inundate Mars? "There is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. We must take the current when it serves, or lose our ventures.” ---William Shakespeare Planetary scientists believe that deep canyons, ripples, and other structures on ...
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Gravitational Smearing

Gravitational Smearing

Jan 17, 2018 Can strong gravity bend space? Einstein's theory of General Relativity states that, when light passes close to a massive celestial object it bends in the same way that light is refracted by a glass lens. In consensus circles, that phenomenon is labeled “gravitational lensing”. As the theory ...
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Solar Probe Plus

Solar Probe Plus

Jan 16, 2018 A new mission to study the Sun from close up. As Electronic Sun theory reveals, the Sun is powered externally by Birkeland current filaments that supply it with variable electric charge. Sunspots, flares, coronal heating, and coronal mass ejections are due to changes in the Sun’s galactic electrical supply. Birkeland ...
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Frostbite

Frostbite

Jan 15, 2018 Does water ice exist on Mars? "He who cannot put his thoughts on ice should not enter into the heat of dispute." --- Friedrich Nietzsche Mars is mysterious. Although it is the most extensively studied celestial body—from the days of Giovanni Schiaparelli to the Curiosity rover wandering ...
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Double Layer Manifestation

Double Layer Manifestation

Jan 12, 2018 Electric fields in space generate cosmic phenomena. Astronomers discovered an energy signature they called a “Fast Radio Burst”, or FRB, almost ten years ago. The event supposedly released more energy in five milliseconds than the Sun puts out in a month. Distance to the source was said ...
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Keyhole Epistemology

Keyhole Epistemology

Jan 11, 2018 We peer at the universe through keyholes. We sense half a dozen colors, variations of rough and smooth, flavors that are sometimes familiar, a few octaves of pressure oscillations in air. What are we missing? The colors of microwaves and x-rays, the sounds of electric currents, the ...
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Methane Lakes on Titan?

Methane Lakes on Titan?

Jan 10, 2018 No precipitation of any kind was detected on Titan. The Cassini mission to Saturn is over, but planetary scientists continue to analyze its data set. One of the most studied objects around Saturn is its giant moon, Titan. Scientists believe that liquid methane exists on the surface ...
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Electric Clusters

Electric Clusters

Jan 9, 2018 Stars are not gravitational entities. A recent press release relates that there is something wrong with how conventional theories describe star formation. Star clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) are not assembled correctly: some stars are too young. As Dr. Bi-Qing For wrote: "Our models of ...
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Electric Earth

Electric Earth

Jan 8, 2018 All celestial bodies exhibit electrical activity, including Earth. NASA launched the four Magnetospheric Multiscale Satellites on March 12, 2015. Their primary mission includes studying the magnetic field around Earth, especially what mainstream astrophysicists call “magnetic reconnection”. The theory states that electromagnetic fields can break, cross and then ...
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Starquakes?

Starquakes?

Jan 5, 2018 Shockwaves do not drive stellar evolution and behavior. NASA launched the Kepler mission on March 6, 2009. Its goal was to hunt for planets around nearby stars. Kepler subsequently experienced a failure in its stabilizing mechanism, making it unable to maintain its position accurately enough for planet-hunting, so its systems were repurposed ...
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A Sandy Sea

A Sandy Sea

Jan 4, 2018 Giant dune formations are found on Titan. A previous Picture of the Day noted that there is no flowing liquid on Saturn's moon, Titan, and that the so-called “river valleys” discovered by the Cassini orbiter are probably the remains of electric discharge effects. Electric Universe advocates predicted ...
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A New Mission

A New Mission

Jan 3, 2018 Mercury is in the crosshairs. In October 2018, a joint mission to Mercury will be launched. The BepiColombo mission is named after Giuseppe (Bepi) Colombo (1920-1984) from the University of Padua, Italy. As the mission highlights page indicates, Colombo was the first to understand that Mercury's rotation ...
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