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A recent Scientific American article aroused a letter of protest from some prominent cosmologists, including renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, who dispute the article’s challenge to the Big Bang theory. In this episode, we explore the many theoretical problems for the Big Bang, and we highlight alternatives available in the Electric …

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Essential Guide to the EU – Chapter 8
Current Sheets, Perpendicular Currents and Electric Circuits

8.1  Plasma Current Sheets Reference has already been made to the filamentation of current sheets. This section will explore the nature of current sheets and their relationship to the magnetic field. A current sheet is exactly what it says – a thin surface within which a current flows. It obviously …

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Magnetic Effervescence

Dec 08, 2011 “Bubbles” of magnetic energy are said to surround the Sun’s heliosheath. “In all our quest of greatness, like wanton boys, whose pastime is their care, we follow after bubbles, blown in the air.” — John Webster According to astronomer Merav Opher of Boston University’s Voyager team: “The …

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Cometary Asteroids

  Nov 07, 2011 In an Electric Universe, comets are thought to be rocks moving rapidly through the Solar System’s force fields. Comets are often called “dirty snowballs” by astronomers. However, various investigative missions, such as Giotto and Deep Impact, revealed them to be blackened, cratered, and fractured. No ice …

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Planetary Double Layers

  Nov 03, 2011 Was Titan born from electrical parturition? Considering the variety of Saturn’s moons, it would be difficult to identify them as members of the same family. They vary in size, chemical composition, temperature, and appearance. However, superficial appearances are often misleading when it comes to overall qualities …

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Essential Guide to the EU – Chapter 2
Magnetic and Electric Fields in Space

2.1 The Strength of Gravity and Electric Forces Gravity is a relatively very weak force.  The electric Coulomb force between a proton and an electron is of the order of 1039 (that’s 1 with 39 zeros after it) times stronger than the gravitational force between them. We can get a …

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Old Stories, New Testimonies

  Sep 21, 2011 Were the myths and legends of ancient peoples entertaining fantasies comparable with Harry Potter stories? Or were they efforts to make sense of the world, comparable to the Big Bang and evolution? Or were they e) none of the above? If they were entertainment, why were …

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