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91. Quasars in Infrared are Still Nearby [Thunderbolts Website]
... home updates news and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/A. Martinez-Sansigre (Oxford University) home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Aug 08, 2005 Quasars in Infrared are Still Nearby Astronomers claim that the Spitzer infrared telescope has found distant black holes hiding behind dust clouds. More likely Spitzer has found the standard signature of electric discharge in space. We hear a lot about the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMBR): Big Bang astronomers proclaim that it proves the Ultimate Truth of the Big Bang theory. But there s also a cosmic x-ray background radiation (CXBR) that in the Big Bang universe can only come from black holes: No other object can concentrate the weak gravitational force enough to produce the quantity of x-rays observed. The problem has been that there aren t enough black holes to account for the observed quantity. Now the Spitzer infrared telescope has found a ...
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... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1997:1 (Oct 1997) Home¦ Issue Contents Society for Interdisciplinary Studies a registered charity (Charities Act, 1960)- registration number 286264. About Chronology& Catastrophism Review The SIS is a UK-based society with worldwide membership. It is a non-profitmaking organisation, registered as an educational charity under the UK Charities Act. It was formed in 1974 in response to growing interest in the works of modern catastrophists, who have stimulated controversy in the fields of cosmology, archaeoastronomy, geology and ancient history. SIS membership brings together people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The SIS provides a forum for independent and critical assessment of the work of modern catastrophists such as Dr Immanuel Velikovsky, Dr Victor Clube and Dr Bill Napier. Topics covered include the role of electromagnetism in cosmology, space probe findings about comets, Venus, Jupiter and other planets, modern scientific dating methods and also the interpretation of myths and legends. An important part of this work is the consideration of the role that catastrophes may have played ...
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93. Seeing More Electricity in Space [Thunderbolts Website]
... , VLA, NRAO, AUI, NSF Left: A double layer explodes from the Sun, accelerating tons of plasma into space in a “coronal mass ejection”. Right: Radio-noisy double layers (shown in orange) on each side of Fornax A dwarf the active galaxy between them. The thin filaments that connect the galaxy to the double layers and transmit the electrical power to drive their radiation are not visible in this image. home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Jul 01, 2005 Seeing More Electricity in Space As laboratory research documents the behavior of plasma, many unexplained events in nature become understandable. Electrical “double layers” are a powerful example, offering the most efficient answers to many observational mysteries. In these cases, popular speculations based on pure mathematics are no longer useful. The pinching of plasma into filaments is due to both magnetic and electric forces. We can detect the magnetic fields at a distance and understand why the filaments behave ...
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... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1997:2 (Apr 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents Society for Interdisciplinary Studies a registered charity (Charities Act, 1960)- registration number 286264. About Chronology& Catastrophism Review The SIS is a UK-based society with worldwide membership. It is a non-profitmaking organisation, registered as an educational charity under the UK Charities Act. It was formed in 1974 in response to growing interest in the works of modern catastrophists, who have stimulated controversy in the fields of cosmology, archaeoastronomy, geology and ancient history. SIS membership brings together people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The SIS provides a forum for independent and critical assessment of the work of modern catastrophists such as Dr Immanuel Velikovsky, Dr Victor Clube and Dr Bill Napier. Topics covered include the role of electromagnetism in cosmology, space probe findings about comets, Venus, Jupiter and other planets, modern scientific dating methods and also the interpretation of myths and legends. An important part of this work is the consideration of the role that catastrophes may have played ...
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95. The Explosion that Shattered Solar Theory [Thunderbolts Website]
... home updates news and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us Credit: Jack Newton home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Jun 24, 2005 The Explosion that Shattered Solar Theory In January 2005, some remarkable things happened on the Sun, and the implications are still reverberating through the scientific community. Between January 15 th and 19 th four powerful solar flares erupted from “sunspot 720”, shown in the picture above. Then on January 20 the fifth explosion produced a coronal mass ejection (CME) that achieved velocities incomparably greater than anything astronomers had seen before. While it often takes more than 24 hours for the charged particles of a solar outburst to reach the Earth, this one was a profound exception. Just thirty minutes after the explosion, Earth (some 96 million miles from the Sun) was immersed in what NASA scientists called “the most intense proton storm in decades”. Proton storms get their name ...
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... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1998:1 (Sep 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents Society for Interdisciplinary Studies a registered charity (Charities Act, 1960)- registration number 286264 About Chronology& Catastrophism Review The SIS is a UK-based society with worldwide membership. It is a non-profitmaking organisation, registered as an educational charity under the UK Charities Act. It was formed in 1974 in response to growing interest in the works of modern catastrophists, who have stimulated controversy in the fields of cosmology, archaeoastronomy, geology and ancient history. SIS membership brings together people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The SIS provides a forum for independent and critical assessment of the work of modern catastrophists such as Dr Immanuel Velikovsky, Dr Victor Clube and Dr Bill Napier. Topics covered include the role of electromagnetism in cosmology, space probe findings about comets, Venus, Jupiter and other planets, modern scientific dating methods and also the interpretation of myths and legends. An important part of this work is the consideration of the role that catastrophes may have played in ...
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... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1998:2 (Mar 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents Society for Interdisciplinary Studies a registered charity (Charities Act, 1960)- registration number 286264 About Chronology& Catastrophism Review The SIS is a UK-based society with worldwide membership. It is a non-profitmaking organisation, registered as an educational charity under the UK Charities Act. It was formed in 1974 in response to growing interest in the works of modern catastrophists, who have stimulated controversy in the fields of cosmology, archaeoastronomy, geology and ancient history. SIS membership brings together people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The SIS provides a forum for independent and critical assessment of the work of modern catastrophists such as Dr Immanuel Velikovsky, Dr Victor Clube and Dr Bill Napier. Topics covered include the role of electromagnetism in cosmology, space probe findings about comets, Venus, Jupiter and other planets, modern scientific dating methods and also the interpretation of myths and legends. An important part of this work is the consideration of the role that catastrophes may have played in ...
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... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1999:1 (Jul 1999) Home¦ Issue Contents Society for Interdisciplinary Studies a registered charity (Charities Act, 1960)- registration number 286264 About Chronology& Catastrophism Review The SIS is a UK-based society with worldwide membership. It is a non-profitmaking organisation, registered as an educational charity under the UK Charities Act. It was formed in 1974 in response to growing interest in the works of modern catastrophists, who have stimulated controversy in the fields of cosmology, archaeoastronomy, geology and ancient history. SIS membership brings together people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The SIS provides a forum for independent and critical assessment of the work of modern catastrophists such as Dr Immanuel Velikovsky, Dr Victor Clube and Dr Bill Napier. Topics covered include the role of electromagnetism in cosmology, space probe findings about comets, Venus, Jupiter and other planets, modern scientific dating methods and also the interpretation of myths and legends. An important part of this work is the consideration of the role that catastrophes may have played in ...
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... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1999:2 (Feb 2000) Home¦ Issue Contents Society for Interdisciplinary Studies a registered charity (Charities Act, 1960)- registration number 286264 About Chronology& Catastrophism Review The SIS is a UK-based society with worldwide membership. It is a non-profitmaking organisation, registered as an educational charity under the UK Charities Act. It was formed in 1974 in response to growing interest in the works of modern catastrophists, who have stimulated controversy in the fields of cosmology, archaeoastronomy, geology and ancient history. SIS membership brings together people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The SIS provides a forum for independent and critical assessment of the work of modern catastrophists such as Dr Immanuel Velikovsky, Dr Victor Clube and Dr Bill Napier. Topics covered include the role of electromagnetism in cosmology, space probe findings about comets, Venus, Jupiter and other planets, modern scientific dating methods and also the interpretation of myths and legends. An important part of this work is the consideration of the role that catastrophes may have played in ...
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100. Life Outside the “Habitable Zone” [Thunderbolts Website]
... home updates news and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us Pictured above left: Mussels, worms and spider crabs in a deep community of the Gulf of Mexico. Right: Tubeworms in the Pacific Ocean (courtesy of NURP) Credit: NURP home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Jun 09, 2005 Life Outside the “Habitable Zone” The mystery of life, how it arises and how it survives in extreme conditions, may open new windows to the world of plasma and electricity. Human beings live on a planet where life thrives in every possible niche. Even at the frozen poles, life hangs on. We used to think that with too much or too little sunlight and without liquid water, life could not exist. Scientists developed the concept of a“ habitable zone” around the sun a range of orbits in which a planet would receive the right amount of energy from the sun to allow photosynthesis ...
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