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Congratulations Rosetta, Shame About The Science…

Congratulations Rosetta, Shame About The Science… By Wal Thornhill Congratulations to the team responsible for the success of the Rosetta mission to comet 67 P Churyumov-Gerasimenko (henceforth 67 P). However, it’s a shame that scientists misled the engineers with their cherished story of icy comets, which resulted in an inappropriate ...
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Will NASA Rewrite History?

Will NASA Rewrite History? A new report from NASA’s Cassini Space Mission to Saturn may prove to be a landmark for the study of electrical phenomena in the space sciences. The article, entitled, Cassini Caught in Hyperion’s Particle Beam, describes the Cassini spacecraft being “bathed in a beam of electrons” ...
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Rosetta Mission Predictions

The Rosetta Mission Predictions By David Talbott and Wallace Thornhill After a 10-year journey, Rosetta spacecraft has now reached Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. It looks like the mission is going to be a goldmine for us. Already one self evident prediction of the electric comet model has been confirmed: a spectacular, sharply ...
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Electric Spin and Ballerinas

Electric Spin and Ballerinas By Hilton Ratcliffe There is a particular and almost magical property of matter that has a profound effect on every single thing we’ve ever come across. It’s called spin. In a sub-atomic particle, or a planet, or a star, or a galaxy, or the silken touch ...
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