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31. Further Comments on the Saturnian Configuration Theory (Forum) [Journals] [Aeon]
... two bodies, Earth and Moon, revolve monthly about a common gravitational barycenter, while Earth itself rotates daily on its own axis through this same barycenter. It's dynamically like an Olympic ham-mer-thrower who is simultaneously performing a pirouette. In the same issue of AEON, Wallace Thornhill was stated to have given the name "Birkeland current" to the plasma discharge in the polar vortex  , a term that I can't find in my science references. (There is, though, a Birkeland-Eyde process for fixing nitrogen by means of an arc discharge of alternating current in a magnetic field, although what the relationship is on a planetary scale isn't clear from Thornhill's explanation.) I ...
32. Archetypes Showing The Presence of Anomalous Electromagnetic Activity [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the practical usage of psychic abilities. Summary There is evidence that until quite recently, plasmic structures of varying lengths of stability or permanence were actually observed in the sky above Earth. So-called comets' observed and recorded in late Renaissance art were comparatively ephemeral and for the most part were manifestations of excess plasmic activity. The more permanent structures of plasma, mostly in the form of conglomerates of opposing magnetic fields, reflect both ancient art and myth. This presentation is intended as an introduction to the study of structures like these and to point out the possibility of a prior environment within the Solar System, unlike the one we experience today. My paper Snapshots of The Gods' [ ...
33. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ] By Wal Thornhill. The grandest canyon in the solar system is Valles Marineris on Mars. It stretches a third of the way around the planet. But what in heaven can spiral galaxies have to do with the geology of Mars? In October 2001, I wrote "In light of more than a century's research in the field of plasma cosmology and the 20th century discoveries of the space age, we can confidently propose the celestial thunderbolt as a common cause of the formation of canyons and rilles on rocky planets and moons." At that time I had not come to any conclusion about the details of the electrical event that created the colossal Valles Marineris canyons on Mars. ...
34. Thoth Vol I, No. 1: January 25, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... ........................Walter Radtke SATURN THEORY OVERVIEW.............................David Talbott PLANETS, STARS AND PLASMA PHYSICS..............Wallace Thornhill ARCTIC CLIMATE SHIFTS..............................Clark Whelton WELCOME By Michael Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org) ...
35. Our Universe: Unlocking its Mysteries [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... . It may have been the result of a close pass-by of an asteroid or comet. Perhaps an inherent instability of the alignment resulted in its natural dissolution. Whatever the cause of the breakup, we know the final result is what we see today - the placid, almost circular, well separated orbits of our present solar system. Interacting Plasmas: Many skeptics say that there is no mechanism that could have circularized the wildly divergent paths of the planets that were ejected from the polar configuration. Electrical Engineer, Donald Scott, points out that plasma physics shows us that planets can interact electrically if they are within each other's protective plasma sheaths (magnetospheres). Electrical repulsion that is ...
36. Reconciling Celestial Mechanics and Velikovskian Catastrophism [Journals] [Pensee]
... square of the distance. Thus, in a vacuous interplanetary medium, or even in a medium of neutral atomic or molecular gases, planetary charges must give rise to electric fields detectable by their influences upon planetary motions. In an interplanetary medium consisting of ionized gas, however, things are radically different. One of the primary characteristics of a plasma has up to now received little or no attention from astronomers. This is its ability to shield itself from the electric field of any body in contact with it, or contained within it, and charged to an electric potential different from that of the plasma itself. The mechanism by which such shielding is accomplished was named the space-charge sheath ...
37. Plasma discharges in rock art? [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 (Dec 2000) Home | Issue Contents Plasma discharges in rock art?Thoth Vol IV, No. 15 Oct 15, 2000 During my first close encounter with Wal Thornhill, he electrified me with a picture of Zeus holding a thunderbolt. The bolt was football shaped with stringy things spiraling out of it. Wal explained that it was the shape a plasmoid took in a vacuum. "Gee-golly-cornpone!" I thought. "The ancient Greeks carved statues of something that hasn't been seen until modern man cranked up the current in a high-voltage lab." Now it's happened again. At the recent seminar in Portland, the work ...
38. Abbreviations, Glossary and Bibliography [Books] [de Grazia books]
... appear to be hotter than the photospheric gases which lie below them. In the chromospheric region temperature rises abruptly by several tens of thousands of degrees Kelvin. Similar temperature increases have been detected across the chromosphere of other stars (Wright, p.124). This layer of solar atmosphere can be viewed as an electric double layer between the plasmas of the solar photosphere and the corona. close binaries, see binaries commensurabilities, see mutual repulsion companion in a binary system is a body which revolves about the major component (q .v . principal) in the system: the orbiter; as the Earth about the much larger Sun. corona, see solar corona cosmic pressure on ...
39. Stars in an Electric Universe [Journals] [Aeon]
... . It arises in bulk matter where the nuclear electrostatic dipoles align to form the gravitational field. The only other requirement is that the electrostatic force between nucleons is transmitted at near infinite speed. The complete model is an interdisciplinary, holistic construct built upon the work of a number of scholars over the last century in the fields of classical and plasma physics, astronomy, electrical engineering, biochemistry and comparative mythology. Some critics have raised the question: "How can a star be formed in the Electric Universe?"- implying that the electrostatic model of gravity denies the very existence of the phenomenon of gravity. The electrostatic model does not deny the existence of gravity. Instead, ...
40. Thoth Vol III, No. 7: April 30, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... . . . . . Bob Grubaugh, Dave Davis, and Wal Thornhill WHAT TO DO! . . . . . . . . . . .by Bob Grubaugh, Wal Thornhill MARS' NORTHERN ICECAP. by Kip Farr, Wal Thornhill, James Conway THE OUTER PLANETS . . . . . . by Wal Thornhill, Karen Josephson PLASMA QUESTIONS . . . . . . .. by Wal Thornhill, Barry Cornett SATURNIAN BIOSPHERE . . . . . . . .by Dave Davis, Wal Thornhill- THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE By Amy Acheson In the popular movie/television/book series, The Highlander, a handful of immortals exist in the midst of normal ...
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