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71. When Dust Storms Engulf Mars [Thunderbolts Website]
... dust storms on Mars have meteorologists scrambling for explanations. Is it solar heating, or electricity, that powers these storms in the near vacuum of the Martian atmosphere? The spacecraft Mariner 9 was the first probe to orbit the planet Mars. As it arrived at the Red Planet in 1971, NASA scientists were shocked by the view the most horrific dust storm they had ever seen. The entire planet was engulfed in a deep haze, with only the peak of gigantic Olympus Mons penetrating through the clouds. For several decades, ... Engulf Mars Another surprise from space: Massive dust storms on Mars have meteorologists scrambling for explanations. Is it solar heating, or electricity, that powers these storms in the near vacuum of the Martian atmosphere? The spacecraft Mariner 9 was the first probe to orbit the planet Mars. As it arrived at the Red Planet in 1971, NASA scientists were shocked by the view the most horrific dust storm they had ever seen. The entire planet was engulfed in a deep haze, with only the peak of gigantic Olympus Mons penetrating ...
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72. When Dust Storms Engulf Mars [Thunderbolts Website]
... dust storms on Mars have meteorologists scrambling for explanations. Is it solar heating, or electricity, that powers these storms in the near vacuum of the Martian atmosphere? The spacecraft Mariner 9 was the first probe to orbit the planet Mars. As it arrived at the Red Planet in 1971, NASA scientists were shocked by the view the most horrific dust storm they had ever seen. The entire planet was engulfed in a deep haze, with only the peak of gigantic Olympus Mons penetrating through the clouds. For several decades, ... Engulf Mars Another surprise from space: Massive dust storms on Mars have meteorologists scrambling for explanations. Is it solar heating, or electricity, that powers these storms in the near vacuum of the Martian atmosphere? The spacecraft Mariner 9 was the first probe to orbit the planet Mars. As it arrived at the Red Planet in 1971, NASA scientists were shocked by the view the most horrific dust storm they had ever seen. The entire planet was engulfed in a deep haze, with only the peak of gigantic Olympus Mons penetrating ...
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... of the following material by the Russian astronomer will rectify this situation to a considerable extent.-- LMG Visual observations of the planets, such as Jupiter, Saturn, and their satellites, indicate that processes of an eruptive or volcanic nature (white spots, the red spot, the volcanos of Rees(e), changes on the surfaces of the satellites, etc.) occur on these celestial bodies. This is also confirmed by the bursts of radio-emission linked to the active regions of Jupiter. The existence of short-period comets ... of Prof. Vsekhsvyatskii; the translation from the French has been made by Prof. Thelma Richman of the Moore College of Art (Phila.). Editor's Preface: On March 7, 1979, a faint ring of dark rocky debris was discovered circling the giant planet Jupiter in its equatorial plane. The discovery was made by Voyager 1. The ring, which is situated some 34,000 miles above the upper deck of Jupiter's multicolored clouds, is estimated to be less than 18 miles thick and more than 5,000 ...
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74. The Breaking Edge [Pensee]
... , of requirements for new observations and for new explanations to accord with observations old and new. News Report, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, National Academy of Engineering (June-July, 1972). Atmosphere Of Venus In Worlds in Collision Velikovsky describes a red dust which filtered down upon the earth from the cometary train of Venus, causing rivers to "turn to blood." He has suggested that this dust may have been an iron compound. G.P. Kuiper has concluded that-- A comparison of a wide ... magnetized material? The findings are particularly strange, because it had been assumed that the moon would have no such magnetism at all. The earth's magnetic field is thought to be generated by the "dynamo" action of liquid material flowing within the core of a spinning planet. There are reasons to believe the moon could never have had a large iron core like that of the earth. W. Sullivan, New York Times (April 30, 1972), 3E. Now that there is evidence that the crust is anorthositic and ...
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75. The Ching Hsing [Horus $]
... further complicates: The Ching Hsing is an auspicious omen, a good omen; Venus' meridian crossing is not. To add to our confusion, Schaeffer finds another source that describes for us the process that creates the Ching Hsing: Two yellow stars congeal from a red substance or pneuma and merge with another yellow star formed from a blue pneuma. The merging itself creates the Ching Hsing. Fortunately, Schaeffer removes some confusion by presenting examples of the Ching Hsing within historical contexts. One occurred in 110 B. C. Ssu ... From: Horus Vol. 1 No. 2 (Summer 1985) Home¦ Issue Contents The Ching Hsing by Charles Raspil An ancient Chinese astrological principle in use during the Former Han Dynasty (205 B.C .-23 A.D.) suggests that Chinese astronomers then believed that the planet Venus could deviate from its expected position in the sky and that it had already done so in earlier centuries of their ancient history. The principle says: "When Venus appears, it does not cross the sky. When [it crosses the sky, the ...
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76. Lightening-Scarred Gods and Monsters [Thunderbolts Website]
... of questions that Martian exploration has left unanswered. What event carved the Valles Marineris? Why does this chasm compare so favorably to electrical discharge scarring? And how does other electrical activity on Mars (noted in prior Pictures of the Day) affect our perception of the Red Planet in the ancient myths? EXECUTIVE EDITORS: David Talbott, Wallace Thornhill MANAGING EDITOR: Amy Acheson CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: Mel Acheson, Michael Armstrong, Dwardu Cardona, Ev Cochrane, C.J. Ransom, Don Scott, Rens van der Sluijs, Ian Tresman WEBMASTER ... home updates news and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us Pictured above on the left: the planet Mars as photographed by Mariner 4 in 1965, revealing its hemispheric scar( Valles Marineris) for the first time. On the right: the Aztec god Xipe, displaying his deeply scarred face. 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 Apr 12, 2005 Lightning-Scarred Gods and Monsters Why would ...
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77. For the Record... [Kronos $]
... out of his Martian dilemma, Sagan has also summarily dismissed the possibility of neon on Mars. "Substantial quantities of neon are now excluded by the Mariner 9 S-band occulatation [sic experiment" (p. 62). The data from space probe activity of the Red Planet are hardly complete, however.. Interestingly enough, the New York Times of June 18, 1976 (p. D16) reported that "Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientists displayed the first close-up pictures of Mars taken from Viking I and said they were puzzled by ... the problem is to be found in the pages of Worlds in Collision (" The Thermal Balance of Venus"). There, we read that, because of its violent history "between the third and first millennia before the present era, the core of the planet Venus must still be hot. Moreover, if there is oxygen present on Venus, petroleum fires must be burning there" (emphasis added). [Also see Science News, Vol. 109, April 10, 1976, p. 234; Pensee VI ...
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78. The Dendritic Ridges of Valles Marineris [Thunderbolts Website]
... Valles Marineris. In neither case is a plausible explanation given for the dendritic ridge patterns. Hence the contrast with the predictive ability of the electrical interpretation is inescapable. In the image above, the color scheme represents the hardness of the surface material. The warm to red colors denote the harder material, while the green and blue represent looser, sandier, or dustier material. So it is significant that the warmest colors (hardest materials) are associated with the ridges. The electric model identifies dendritic ridges as aeolian sedimentary material fused ... to resolving the mystery. As a rule, geologists will discuss regions of loose material as sediment laid down by bodies of water, volcanic ash, or landslide debris. But in the electrical interpretation of Martian topography, a new principle is required. On the red planet as a whole, nothing is more apparent than the excavation of material from defined regions, and distributed over large areas as new strata. We can find nothing in any image of Valles Marineris to contradict the electrical hypothesis. And the dendritic ridge pattern stands as ...
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... Advertisement Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion by Ev Cochrane STILL AVAILABLE Earthlings have long been fascinated by the planet Mars. Well before modern science fiction speculated about advanced civilizations upon Mars and the dire threat of invasion by little green men, the red planet was regarded as a malevolent agent of war, pestilence, and apocalyptic disaster. In an attempt to appease the capricious planet-god, various ancient cultures offered it human sacrifices. What is there about this distant speck of light in the night sky that could have ... From: Aeon V:4 (July 1999) Home¦ Issue Contents Advertisement Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion by Ev Cochrane STILL AVAILABLE Earthlings have long been fascinated by the planet Mars. Well before modern science fiction speculated about advanced civilizations upon Mars and the dire threat of invasion by little green men, the red planet was regarded as a malevolent agent of war, pestilence, and apocalyptic disaster. In an attempt to appease the capricious planet-god, various ancient cultures offered it human sacrifices. What ...
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... Advertisement Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion by Ev Cochrane STILL AVAILABLE Earthlings have long been fascinated by the planet Mars. Well before modern science fiction speculated about advanced civilizations upon Mars and the dire threat of invasion by little green men, the red planet was regarded as a malevolent agent of war, pestilence, and apocalyptic disaster. In an attempt to appease the capricious planet-god, various ancient cultures offered it human sacrifices. What is there about this distant speck of light in the night sky that could have ... From: Aeon V:2 (Apr 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents Advertisement Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion by Ev Cochrane STILL AVAILABLE Earthlings have long been fascinated by the planet Mars. Well before modern science fiction speculated about advanced civilizations upon Mars and the dire threat of invasion by little green men, the red planet was regarded as a malevolent agent of war, pestilence, and apocalyptic disaster. In an attempt to appease the capricious planet-god, various ancient cultures offered it human sacrifices. What ...
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