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The Riddle of the Solar Wind

The Riddle of the Solar Wind

Figure 1: Parker-Solar-Probe The Riddle of the Solar Wind by Mathias Hüfner In this universe, shaped by open and intercommunicating systems, we can discern countless forms of relationship and participation.Papst Franziskus Laudato si' 2015 For the first time, a spacecraft is on its way to fly through the atmosphere of ...
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Eye of the Storm, Part 6

Eye of the Storm, Part 6

The Great Red Spot by Andrew Hall In Part Five of this series, we looked at "bootprint" craters and found there are cyclones raging on Jupiter right now that can explain them. Shock wave patterns in the crater rims provided confirming evidence. We also looked at California's mountain and valley ...
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Eye of the Storm, Part 5

Eye of the Storm, Part 5

Large Scale Wind Structuresby Andrew Hall In previous articles, we established a link between the winds of Jupiter and landforms on Earth. In primordial times, Earth's weather was like Jupiter's, with raging plasma whirlwinds and segregated electric jet streams that attained supersonic speeds. Close examination of mountains and other landforms ...
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Solar Energy is Our Future

Solar Energy is Our Future

Solar Energy is Our Future by Mathias Hüfner Climate change is forcing our society to switch from fossil fuels to climate neutral fuels. Wind energy and photovoltaic will not be enough to satisfy the growing hunger for energy of an ever larger world population. As a result, nuclear energy comes ...
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