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... of stability had been solved acceptably) was the interaction of Saturn's magnetic field and the ferromagnetic mass in the core of each smaller planet p = Venus, Mars, Earth. This interaction was independent of and in addition to that with each dipole moment Dp of p, with Dp generated by the electric currents in p's ionized sheath of accreting plasma at the top of its atmosphere.2 As in the earlier study the declarative mood is used here for simplicity of expression though a general hypothesis and a set of subhypotheses are the subject. (2 ) For equations of physics basic to the following, see the Appendix. Consider p at its equilibrium point on the common axis of ...
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... likely serious, as either or both values can be adjusted to erase the deficit without affecting the credibility of his arguments. Then, Juergens showed that the solar photosphere can be compared to a "tufted anode glow" in an electric discharge tube.(1k) The tuft forms because the body of the Sun, immersed in the interplanetary plasma, which at its inner boundary is the weakly luminous outer solar region called the corona, cannot maintain an electrical discharge into the surrounding electrified galactic space. Juergens noted that the problem could arise from any one or more of the following conditions: (1 )the solar body forms too small a surface to conduct the current required for ...
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63. Snowball Mini-comets [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... haven't detected this barrage by some other means. It should provide ample water to make the rare, stratospheric noctilucent clouds a continuous feature of our skies. It would be sufficient to give the Moon an appreciable atmosphere and cause seismic shocks and surface erosion there - none of which are apparent. Earth satellites would be expected to have detected the plasma disturbance in their wake. It is unlikely the military would have missed them. Frank's answer to the objections is that the phenomena is real and no one has come up with an alternative explanation. In his words, "There was no other reasonable explanation." The new photographs of the bright trails of objects entering the Earth's ionosphere ...
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64. Ralph Sansbury's Work [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... system (assuming an electrical link to > gravity). Wal comments: Yes, in my view we owe the stability of our n-body system to the hypothesised link between charge on a planet and the planet's gravity. It gets around the old problem of how can electrical forces between planets play any part in modifying their orbits when the solar plasma shields from such forces. Electrical forces obviously don't play a role (unless two planets approach very closely and the plasma sheaths contact). But gravity is not shielded by plasma at all. An example of what I mean by the stabilizing influence: A planet with an unstable orbit will exhibit increasing eccentricity in its orbit. There will ...
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65. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... as a giant ball of lightning and not, as is generally accepted, a nuclear reactor. Wal's research has led him to consider that Earth was originally part of one balanced electrical system; the cosmic catastrophes of myth being caused by this system interacting with that of the Sun. Our present, apparent stability was eventually achieved after interactions of plasma sheaths and the exchange of electrical charges. The surface of all the planets and all their moons bear evidence of massive lightning strikes the thunderbolts of the gods'. (Wal's Electric Universe NEWS, vol, I, 1999-2002 was published, in 2004. If you would like a copy please write to Val Pearce for availability and ...
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66. The Cosmic Double Helix [Journals] [Aeon]
... formerly divided axis unified at some point, which was applauded. Considering the general motif of increasing diversification in creation mythologies- from singularity to plurality- I would prefer to see the double helix as an evolved form of the single helix or the singular axis. Birkeland Currents A detailed comparison of forms taken by the mythical axis mundi and a plasma column under increasing electrical stress indicates that the two phenomena are fundamentally analogous. In fact, the celebrated cosmic axis of mythology is best explained as a plasma column. A possible mechanism has recently been proposed by plasma physicist Anthony Peratt of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico. [114] To account for the astonishing similarity between ...
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67. Thoth Vol III, No. 6: March 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... tension to form perfect spheres. The droplets were frozen as they were being accelerated, either by electrical forces or by the gaseous blast of the cosmic "thunderclap". Strong evidence for the electrical model is found in the chondrules within such meteorites. They all show evidence of complex surface effects which I believe could be easily replicated in a plasma oven. (Refer to my CD for a much fuller explanation). It all points very strongly to a form of "lightning" having been responsible for some of the features found in meteorites. Several astronomers have subscribed to that view but placed the event in a pre-planetary nebula. The problem with that scenario is that the minerals ...
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68. Thoth Vol I, No. 6: March 16, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... reaction takes place at the lower temperature, 820 degrees F, to form a radar reflective mineral. This requires the unlikely situation that all peaks on Venus have the same chemistry. A much simpler answer is that the diffuse electric discharges of St. Elmo's fire, occurring preferentially at the highest altitudes of mountain peaks, forms a highly conductive plasma which is a superb reflector of radar signals. [A posted response] [Tim Thompson] The peculiar radar reflectivity of the Venusian highlands is one of the interesting outstanding problems that remain in our solutions, but as Grinspoon himself says, they are only tentative, and his fools gold' idea is a lark more than anything else ...
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69. Mythopedia [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... | Issue Contents Mythopedia The Website of Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs, email: The purpose of this website is to present a brand-new, all-embracing theory of myth, which incorporates all presently existing theories. This new theory is an interdisciplinary theory, leaning most heavily on the latest findings of plasma cosmology in particular. For those who like to classify theories: Mythopedia argues for a catastrophist view on world history and the necessity to posit a very different arrangement of the solar system in early times. The upshot of the theory is that a number of drastic and turbulent changes in the solar system a few thousands of years ago spawned ...
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70. Thoth Vol III, No. 13: Oct 15, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... [ Home ] THOTH A Catastrophics Newsletter Vol III, No. 13 Oct 15, 1999 EDITOR: Amy Acheson PUBLISHER: Michael Armstrong LIST MANAGER: Brian Stewart CONTENTS QUOTE OF THE DAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . by Trevor Palmer GRAVITY VS. PLASMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . by Mel Acheson STAR WORDS . . . . . . . . . . . . .. by Ted Bond, Roger Wescott, Ev Cochrane, Dave Talbott STATE OF THE UNIVERSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . by Amy Acheson ACTION AT A ...
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