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... is no index, the print size is very small and the copious notes and references are even smaller, which does not make for easy reading. A bright light and occasional displacement spells of gardening were essential to this octogenarian reviewer. As to the theoretical items, I immediately found statements which were inexplicable to me. One was that an electrically charged rotating body emits two magnetic fields: a radial field and a tangential field which weakens to zero over five rotations of the body, presumably from the time when it first starts rotating, unless it is cyclic. The reference to this (p . 2) was not a standard physics text book, but a 1975 Indianapolis, ...
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102. Society News: SIS Autumn Conference 2000 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... being Velikovskians, this did not really surprise anybody! This gentleman did not bother to stay for Wal Thornhill's presentation, which makes me suspect he may have been afraid of learning something new. After lunch, Clark Whelton was asked to say a few words about what he thought Velikovsky would have made of the present state of knowledge regarding the Electric Universe. Whelton said he thought that Velikovsky would be pleased by the idea and that he deserved immense credit for using history and myth to deduce the importance of electricity and magnetism in celestial physics. The history of astronomy would, Whelton felt, remember him kindly for this achievement but what about the history of history? Will his ideas ...
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103. Thoth Vol V, No 12: November 30, 2001 [Journals] [Thoth]
... a computer, assumptions will never change into facts. Amy Comments Gupta is concerned with "widespread misappropriation of the language of mathematics in the social and biological sciences", but in the 21st Century, his accusation applies as well to the physical sciences, including astronomy. By ignoring- first from ignorance, then in defense of an outmoded electrically neutral model- the fact that the universe is 99% plasma, astronomy has misappropriated the language of math to explain galactic dynamics, star and planet formation. Most of the math of astronomy is based entirely on gravitation theory, at the expense of understanding plasma interactions. Change is coming fast. Plasma cosmology is now accepted as a ...
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104. Thomas Townsend Brown [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... as an electronics resident in the Department of Physics under Dr. Paul Alfred Biefeld, professor of physics and astronomy and former classmate, in Switzerland, of Dr. Albert Einstein. Unlike Dr. Millikan at Caltech, Bielfeld proved to be interested in Brown's discovery, and together the two of them, professor and student, experimenting with charged electrical capacitors, developing a principle of physics which came to be tentatively known as the "Biefeld-Brown Effect." The "effect" concerned the observed tendency of a highly charged electrical condenser to exhibit motion toward its positive pole- the same motion observed earlier by Brown with his Coolidge tube. Even establishment science does not question the patently obvious ...
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105. Thoth Vol I, No. 7: March 23, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... ..............Ralph Juergens- Quote of the day: Every great advance in natural knowledge has involved the absolute rejection of authority. Huxley- EDITORIAL SECTION By Michael Armstrong ( In keeping with our present dual focus on mythology and the physics of the electrical universe, the following paragraphs should be of interest to our readers. They are taken from an article by Dr. William William . "The Center Holds", PENSEE I, May 1972: It is not surprising that in 1950 physicists felt absolved from considering Velikovsky's historical evidence because it contradicted their "known laws." He foresaw ...
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106. How the Gods Fly [Books] [de Grazia books]
... billiard table with five balls already struck and in motion at each its own speed. Each is of different size, each is capable of a change in its volume; each is spinning at a different rate and angle to the board; each possesses a magnetic field of different size and intensity that is capable of change, plus a changeable electric charge; each is drawn invisibly and is electrically related to the center of the board (the Sun). If commanded to describe the scene, one might pray to God to restore order immediately by sending the bodies into nonintersecting circle moving around the center of the board according to a single law of gravity and with unchangeable speeds. ...
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107. Electricity in Astronomy, 1847 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1997:2 (Apr 1998) Home | Issue Contents Electricity in Astronomy, 1847 Michael G. Reade Journal of the British Astronomical Association, Vol. 107, No. 6, pp. 325-331. Article by S. William Ruskin, headed When London viewed the southern skies: The reception of Sir John Herschel's Cape Results. In the course of a long and very highly rated paper on his astronomical observations, published 1847, Sir John Herschel suggested that the rapid changes in the apparent shape and size of Halley's comet, which he had been observing, could be due to electric charge on the sun. The point was picked ...
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108. Thoth Vol III, No. 6: March 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... : Amy Acheson PUBLISHER: Michael Armstrong LIST MANAGER: Brian Stewart CONTENTS STEREOSCOPIC VIEWPOINT OF CATASTROPHICS. . . . . . by Amy Acheson THE BIG BANG AS A RELIGIOUS WORK . . . . . . . .by Dwardu Cardona SHOEMAKER-LEVI SPECULATIONS . . . . . . . . . . .By Wal Thornhill SUMMARY OF RALPH JUERGEN'S ELECTRIC SUN MODEL. . by Wal Thornhill- STEREOSCOPIC VIEWPOINT OF CATASTROPHICS By Amy Acheson Titus FitzImeter Said, "The planimeter Agoragraphs a vicinity." Herein he was right, But he scarcely shed light On the Circular Points at Infinity. ~_ The Space Child's Mother Goose_ While the Discipline of Catastrophics may not illuminate infinity any more ...
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109. Electricity in Astronomy 2 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol 1 No 2 (Spring 1976) Home | Issue Contents The general aspects of this subject were described in the first article (Vol.I No.1 ) and a few of the practical problems were mentioned. In this paper we take a closer look at the characteristics of electrical discharges in the Earth's atmosphere and the way in which they may throw light on much larger discharges in the extensive atmosphere of other astronomical bodies. Electricity in Astronomy 2 Eric Crew Terrestrial lightning Although the electrical nature of lightning has been accepted since B. Franklin and others conducted their famous and risky experiments with kites in 1752, many aspects of this fascinating phenomenon are ...
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110. Thoth Vol I, No. 9: March 31, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... [ Home ] THOTH A Catastrophics Newsletter VOL I, No. 9 March 31, 1997 EDITOR: Michael Armstrong PUBLISHER: Walter Radtke CONTENTS: THE MYTH OF THE UNIVERSAL MONARCH (3 ). .. .. .. .. .. .David Talbott THE ELECTRICAL SUN: RECONCILING CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND VELIKOVSKIANISM (Part 3)..........Ralph Juergens- Quote of the day: O Lord, grant that we may always be right, for Thou knowest we will never change our minds. Old Scottish Prayer- THE MYTH OF THE UNIVERSAL MONARCH (3 ) By David Talbott ( In exploring ...
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