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151. Quantavolution and Solaria Binaria [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... of dust and debris circled around the electric current and was kicked back into the larger bodies or formed smaller bodies, the dense planets. The area of magnetic forces was enormous and I called it the magnetic tube, which constituted what I called a plenum of charges, gases, and rock. You can see how this plenum of electrified plasma would provide millions of times the area for experimentation with forming life than might be found on the little planet Earth. The plenum provided 60 million times the volume of the Earth's oceans and atmosphere today, as a breeding ground for living organisms. The electrical energy liberated by the central arc into the plenum would also have been exponentially greater ...
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152. Thoth Vol I, No. 8: April 5, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... only that the sun and the planets are electrically charged, but that the sun itself is the focus of a cosmic electric discharge- the probable source of all its radiant energy. RECONCILING CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND VELIKOVSKIANISM (2 ) Let us now consider the problem posed by the seeming fact that the sun and the planets, all immersed in the interplanetary plasma, ought to acquire the electric potential- zero, one would guess-of that plasma. Some might claim that the problem itself is spurious, and that dispensing with it is as simple as chucking Worlds in Collision into the trash heap I contend, nevertheless, that the problem is real, and that observational evidence from many parts of ...
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153. SIS Internet Digest 2000 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... . 12 The Golden Bough .. 12 Internet Sacred Text Archive .. 12 Centuries of Darkness .. 12 .. 12 The Science of Catastrophic Events .. 13 Laura Lee .. 13 18 possible planets lacking a star .. 13 Kronos Press .. 13 Predicting The Past .. 14 Waves in Dusty Space Plasmas .. 14 Velikovsky: Bonds of the Past .. 14 Einstein's Biggest Blunder .. 15 Planets might be stars .. 15 Those Square Craters on The Moon .. 16 The Daily Grail .. 16 The Crime of Claudius Ptolemy .. 16 Cambridge-Conference Email Network .. 17 Galileo's sharp new pictures of Io .. 17 ...
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... , when the material that would eventually form the planets was in the form of a rotating disk of gas and dust around the proto-Sun. Then, as in a theory like Hoyle's, energy and angular momentum would be transferred to the disk by the "magnetic brake" mechanism. This mechanism is possible because the whole system would be a plasma, so that a magnetic coupling could be made between the rapidly rotating proto-Sun and the disk. This would slow down the Sun and speed up the disk and make it larger. In such a system, turbulence would be set up. Further, it is known that such systems can set up regular turbulence patterns, which in turn ...
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155. Thoth Vol I, No. 25: November 3, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... of Phobos were near parallel grooves apparently streaming away from Stickney and in the floors of the grooves were small circular craters. As Juergens noted a quarter of a century ago, and I have elaborated on since, the cratered grooves are a result of electrical discharges streaming across the surface toward the main crater, which is the focus of a plasma discharge from a planetary body. The circular crater with a central peak is characteristic of an impinging, rotating electric arc. It is emphatically not a result of an impact and so does not threaten to disrupt the rest of the moon or asteroid. In the case of Vesta, at the low relative speeds of objects in the asteroid ...
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... in 1997. "Thornhill's presentation offers a visual invitation to toss aside the straightjacket of paradigm paralysis and to explore the Solar System from an electric point of view. He covers an enormous range of phenomena, from subatomic particles through stellar evolution, floodlighting our understanding of the universe with insights garnered from mythical symbols, space probes, and the plasma physics lab .. . "Thornhill found his motivation to leave the comfortable highway of orthodox astronomy and explore the lonely out-back of a new paradigm in the study of catastrophist mythology. Along the way, he incorporated insights from plasma physics and atmospheric electrical phenomena. The process of synthesizing these viewpoints into a new paradigm involved years of research ...
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157. New from Holoscience [advert] [Journals] [Aeon]
... 0 for Windows (included) CD-ROM drive (2x or faster) The Electric Universe exposes the ignorance underlying modern cosmology. It shows that the key to a true understanding of our universe and the recent history of the solar system comes from acknowledging simple electrical interactions between all matter in the universe. The result is an outstanding concordance between modern plasma physics and ancient testimony of planets battling in the sky with thunderbolts. The Electric Universe gives insights into the remarkable possibilities that lie ahead for technology and paves the way to a new holistic science. The Science of the Third Millennium "The most exciting addition to this new version of The Electric Universe is the 21 video segments, including ...
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158. Redshift Anomalies [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... from Quasars, Redshifts and Controversies, by Halton Arp, pp 96). It looks to me as if the Doppler interpretation of galactic red-shifts is due a much-needed paradigm shift. And it also looks like an appropriate new paradigm to look at it from is the electrical one: one that evolved from synthesis of the mythical record and the plasma lab. I've fallen into the habit of checking the Astronomy Picture of the Day every day, and I would say that 2 to 5 times a week, the exciting new pictures brought in by Hubble, Pathfinder, Galileo, and earth-bound telescopes are better explained by electrical interactions than by the conventional. From: Jim McCanney, jmccanney ...
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159. Sceptics, Skeptics, Dissidents, Cranks and . . . [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... years we have tried to assess both orthodox and dissident work in an open-minded critical way - and you will find many disagreements with Velikovsky in our pages - alongside criticisms of Einstein and many others. . . . .I enclose a copy of an article from the current New Scientist about the findings of the latest Jupiter probes, entitled Puzzling Plasmas'. To accompany it, I enclose an article by Ralph Juergens, which was published in the American journal Pensée in autumn 1972 under the title Reconciling Celestial Mechanics and Velikovskian Catastrophism'. You will, I think, notice that the Juergens article accurately anticipates and sheds light on many of the puzzles' recounted in the New Scientist ...
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160. Thoth Vol I, No. 2: February 5, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... Gifts of all Mankind. Johnathan Swift, A Panegyric on the Dean As we publish this second edition of the THOTH newsletter, the catastrophic reconstruction of ancient history is alive and well based on an ever- deepening understanding of the ancient sources, records, mythologies, and cultural themes, as well as a developing understanding of the electric/plasma nature of the universe. The best source of information about what happened in ancient times is, of course, the witnesses themselves. But this testimony is only the beginning and must, in the final analysis, be reconciled with what science can tell us about physically plausibility, the geological record, and other data bearing on our reconstructions ...
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