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81. The Mind Exploration Corporation [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... understanding. The Company believes that intellectual and humanistic exploration, particularly non-traditional and interdisciplinary approaches, will be among the fastest growing markets in the years ahead. The themes of the Company activity will include the scientific investigation and historical impact of planetary catastrophe. This material will range from the cross-cultural exploration of ancient catastrophic traditions to presentations on the "electric universe". Products The Company envisions a series of integrated products and services, ranging from Internet-based educational offerings (distance learning) to television documentary production and book publishing. Phase one operations will see the completion of several critical projects, discussed below. These will include the documentary series, "Science 2000" project, a book by ...
82. The Electric Universe: How and Why it Works [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2001:2 (Sep 2001) Home | Issue Contents The Electric Universe: How and Why it Works WAL THORNHILL reminded us that Einstein felt that there was a lack of completeness with quantum mechanics. A holistic approach to the Electric Universe is (a ) Hierarchical (b ) the source of the electric power is currently beyond detectors (c ) is a common simple electric model (d ) Stars are not isolated in their environment (e ) Weather systems on stars and planets have an electrical input. Space plasma can be neutral or charged, and have electric currents and magnetic fields. They form filaments that radiate energy. Kristian Birkeland placed ...
83. The Electrical God [Books] [de Grazia books]
... From: God's Fire, by Alfred De Grazia Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER EIGHT The Electrical God A famous figure of the French Enlightenment of the Eighteenth Century, Voltaire, reduced the miracles of the Bible to a laughing stock of the French salons. Voltaire nevertheless believed in a god. In a world then bemused by the technology of clocks, with clock-makers and clock-philosophers everywhere, he examined the astronomical system of the Earth and the heavens and pronounced it a clock. With all of this clockwork, said he, there must be a clock-maker somewhere. So Moses and his men will be readily understood when, in an environment that exhibited electrical effects in many places, they ...
84. The Electric Universe [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 (Dec 2000) Home | Issue Contents The Electric Universe www.electric-universe.de The Electric Universe, by László Körtvélyessy (EFO, Budapest), 1998. pp. 704, (ISBN 9 638 24319 8). Reviewed by Eric W. Crew, first published in the Observatory in Oct 2000. One of the most perplexing problems of the Sun is how the observed extensive magnetic fields form. An authoritative book states that a question remaining open is "The nature, or even existence, of the solar dynamo to generate the magnetic fields that give rise to solar activity."(1 ) The answer is clearly ...
85. The Core Ejection Hypothesis [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , the correctness of the core ejection theory is a crucial issue, and one that should perhaps be debated thoroughly. C. Leroy Ellenberger claims there are theoretical reasons why it cannot work (Workshop 1989:1 , p. 26) whilst Eric replies that he has reasons for believing that pressure ionisation may be the cause of large scale electrical charging in astronomy. Eric's example of terrestrial lightning discharge is worth further examination. Nobody, surely, doubts that massive charge separation takes place in terrestrial lightning discharges - but I must ask Eric to tell us if he thinks pressure ionisation is associated with the original charging process? Further, I should like us to take another look at ...
86. The Parting of the Waters of the Red Sea [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... his conclusion (" The event is therefore fabulous.") All that you really can conclude is that the waters did not part the way Weinert thought they did. In my opinion all attempts at explaining the Parting of the Waters as being a result of tidal action are doomed to failure. The forces that can be produced by static electricity are also much too small. The electromagnetic approach, however, is much more promising. What Exodus 14 describes is, in fact, exactly what would happen if an extremely large telluric current were flowing east-west under the Sea of Passage. I shall try to explain what I mean later; firstly, however, I shall describe the ...
87. Lectures on the Saturn Model and the Electric Universe [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:1 (May 2000) Home | Issue Contents Announcements Lectures on the Saturn Model and the Electric Universe The following 3 slide-lectures have been prepared for presentation: Synthesis of evidence for big-picture view. This lecture covers a wide range of evidence for the Saturn Model and reflects on fundamental implications, including the collapse of uniformitarianism and gradualism, the influence on the world religions and theology, and the impact on racial psychology. Includes segments on: (a ) Role of the Polar Configuration in the Saturn Model (b ) Universal myth of the Golden Age (c ) Universal myth of different ages and different "suns" (d ) Global ...
88. Prelude to Creation [Journals] [Aeon]
... these ejections take place in opposite and aligned directions, usually axially, before being scattered to settle in equatorial planes. [8 ] Wallace Thornhill was even bold enough to suggest that "small stars like proto-Saturn undergo variable behavior like large, brighter stars." This, according to him, "may be caused by external changes in the electrical environment or by an internal build-up and sudden redistribution of charge." As far as Earth is concerned, Thornhill could find no objection that it was ejected by proto-Saturn "in what seems to be a normal process for such bodies." [9 ] Out in space, needless to say, there would have been no force to ...
89. On Morrison: Some Final Remarks (Forum) [Journals] [Kronos]
... IV, 77) that I "automatically equate craters and impact scars". I do this because a trained geologist can recognize the difference between an impact crater and a volcanic crater, and almost without exception lunar craters are impact craters. Juergens continues: ". . . Velikovsky, on the other hand, recognized long ago that interplanetary electrical discharges may have produced many of the craters now in evidence on the surfaces of the minor planets [sic]." Every time I read such a suggestion from Velikovsky or his supporters I am reduced to speechlessness. The assertion is as unanswerable as a deus ex machina. Until someone suggests how such an incredible mechanism might work to ...
90. Astroblemes of the Earth [Books] [de Grazia books]
... From: Solaria Binaria, by Alfred De Grazia and Earl R. Milton Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER ELEVEN Astroblemes of the Earth The first experience of Super Uranian instability on Earth would be a quick succession of light and darkening and a relatively more pronounced illumination from the South (Sun) and the electrical arc. The dark would come from the expulsion of dust and debris down the sac towards the Sun (see Figure 23). Pandemonium would be let loose and frightful specters abound as fragments would rip through the plenum and encounter Earth. Instability of Super Uranus periodically expelled from that body a halo of debris whose nature depended upon the intensity of the particular outburst. It ...
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