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331. Geological Genesis [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the Earth, as evidenced by the Aurora. Only a small variation in cosmic flux or sunspot activity leads to a large disturbance in the lower atmosphere via such electric fields. Around Saturn, hydrogen extending outside the ring system glows faintly as excited by electromagnetic radiation from the Sun. - The rings themselves lie in an area of low density plasma and are now thought to be influenced by electromagnetic forces, after ideas of their complexities being controlled by the gravity of shepherding moons failed to produce such moons in evidence. Voyager results show that lightning discharges across the rings are of an order of millions of volts, 100,000 times the power of terrestrial lightning. - Earth, ...
332. Geological Genesis [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Aurora . Only a small variation in cosmic flux or sunspot activity leads to a large disturbance in the lower atmosphere via such electric fields . Around Saturn, hydrogen extending outside the ring system glows faintly as it is excited by electromagnetic radiation from the Sun. The rings themselves lie in an area of low density plasma and are now thought to be influenced by electromagnetic forces. Ideas that their complexities are controlled by the gravity of shepherding moons have failed for lack of evidence . Voyager results show that lightning discharges across the rings are of the order of millions of volts, 100,000 times the power of terrestrial lightning  ...
... of the moon (1024 grams ). 7 So it appears that the maximum mass of a comet is entirely arbitrary and is set in terms of modern experience. Odd as it may seem after the reaction to Velikovsky's wording, certain features of Venus have recently been called "comet-like" by a modern scientist Max Wallis of the Division of Plasma Physics, Royal Institute of Stockholm, prepared in 1970 a report titled Comet-Like Interaction of Venus with the Solar Wind. 8 Later, Mariner 10 results led to the use of this same terminology. A number of people from several well-known research organizations helped prepare an article in which it is stated that downstream (in the direction of flow ...
334. Letters To The Edttor [Journals] [Aeon]
... sufficiently to balance gravitational attraction at close range. Arguments presented to counter this proposition have invoked charge-to-mass ratio limits and formation of space charge sheaths shielding the planets from each other. Ralph Juergens dealt with space charge sheaths in Pensee (Fall 1972) where he discussed the formation of a space charge sheath around an electrically charged planet immersed in a plasma, the disappearance of a sheath where the electrical potential is not continually renewed and the potential for violent interaction between two charged planets in a close encounter where the bodies are not equally charged. I do not recall reading of an analysis that considers a somewhat different possibility, that of containment of the involved planets, equally charged, within ...
335. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the ground below. On Earth this happens only at higher latitudes and on Venus, with its extremely slow speed of rotation, it was assumed that all winds would be sluggish. Patchy auroras have been detected on the shadowed surface and, although the planet has virtually no magnetic field to divert the charged particles of the solar wind, this plasma is being diverted around the planet, probably due to the ionosphere acting like a magnetic field. Ionised oxygen atoms in these highest layers are gradually being removed by the solar wind. ELECTROMAGNETISM Mysterious lights on Jupiter and the Moon Science Frontiers Nos. 92, Mar-April and 93, May-June 1994, p. 1 A sudden flash of light ...
... made the following suggestions: an investigation of the intensity and reach of the terrestrial magnetosphere and whether there is an excess of either positive or negative particles; a study on the relationship between lunar libration and the terrestrial magnetic poles; a re-examination of Mercurial anomalies "in the light of the presence of a magnetic field of solar origin and solar plasma through which Mercury plows" and a determination whether there are electrons in the solar wind; a search for hydrocarbons and carbohydrates on Venus; a test of the temperature differentials between the dark and light sides of Venus and an investigation of the planet's temperature decline over time; a survey of the Martian polar caps for neon, argon, ...
337. The Gaseous Complex [Books] [de Grazia books]
... encased and easily transportable. What it cannot cope with internally it seeks to escape by rapid mobility and exponential rates of reproduction. The atmosphere presently consists of a changing mix of gases and vapors that moves from surface levels upwards to where the magnetosphere ends at any moment of measurement. What is beyond may be called outer space, where space plasmas, solar winds, cosmic particles, and meteoritic material play about in some disorder. The atmosphere itself is a model of disorder. It is continuously moving and reorganizing. Everyday its pressure goes up and down. About 99% of its mass blankets the globe at under 19 miles of altitude. This consists of the gases, molecular ...
338. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... 05, p. 30 and 30.7 .05, p. 19; Science Frontiers, No. 161, Sep-Oct 2005, p. 4)An article in New Scientist by Marcus Chown attacked one of the basics of modern cosmology – the Big Bang theory for the origin of the universe. Eric Lerner, president of Lawrenceville Plasma Physics in New Jersey, was quoted as writing, This isn't science. Big Bang predictions are consistently wrong and are being fixed after the event' Today's accepted cosmology is apparently an ill-fitting conglomeration of theories including the Big Bang, inflation, dark matter, dark energy etc. Dark matter had to be invented as a sort of band-aid ...
339. Thoth Vol I, No. 19: July 16, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... most effective seminar I have seen. After introductions by science and technical writer Stephen Parsons, Dave Talbott presented Part One of his slides on "Symbols of an Ancient Sky," outlining the mythical themes, symbols, and iconography supporting the Saturn theory reconstruction. This was followed by about an hour-long slide show and lecture by Thornhill showing how plasma physics supports and predicts the mythological model. The balance of the day was filled by two more slide-lectures by Dave and an additional slide lecture by Wal, concluding with an hour-long interactive discussion with participants in the seminar. The combination of alternating lectures on the mythical themes and on the physics was very powerful and the audience responded with exceptional ...
340. Thoth Vol III, No. 14: Nov 1, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... are becoming a morass of contradictory ad hoc confusions. Craters, rilles, parallel grooves, domes, arachnoids, neutrino fluxes, sunspot characteristics, coronal heat, nebulous filaments, pulsars, galactic jets, quantized redshifts .. . each has its separate and ill-fitting conventional excuse. But all can be explained as aspects of the single phenomenon of plasma. The Saturn Theory extracts a coherent intelligibility from the recurring plots, characters, and forms of globally-dispersed stories, artifacts, and symbols. Dragons, cosmic thunderbolts, radiant goddesses, lightning-scarred warriors, sacred enclosures, world mountains, revolving crescents, universal floods .. . each has failed to conform with commonplace interpretations. But all fit ...
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