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171. Life Outside the “Habitable Zone” [Thunderbolts Website]
... zone? Perhaps we should be looking for life in places where there has been strong plasma activity. In addition to moons that orbit close to their active gas giants, Wallace Thornhill points out that this would include planets that orbit inside the chromospheric glow discharge of dim red stars. In fact, conditions inside such a star might be ideal for life, unaffected by seasons or day/night cycles. Nobel Laureate Irving Langmuir chose the term “plasma” to describe the life-like behavior of electrified gases. That description works the other ... Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Jun 09, 2005 Life Outside the “Habitable Zone” The mystery of life, how it arises and how it survives in extreme conditions, may open new windows to the world of plasma and electricity. Human beings live on a planet where life thrives in every possible niche. Even at the frozen poles, life hangs on. We used to think that with too much or too little sunlight and without liquid water, life could not exist. Scientists developed the concept of a“ habitable zone ...
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172. Bookshelf [SIS C&C Review $]
... indexed by author and subject. The books are in ring-binder format to allow further sections to be added as they are published. The editor has cast his net very wide to collect his strange fish, and he is quite aware that he has possibly caught the occasional red herring so beloved of Von Daniken and company, but after allowing for the odd hoax, there is still a vast amount of data to provoke thinking and inquiry. To take up just one point: lumps of ice from the sky (a point touched on ... From: SIS Review Vol 1 No 1 (Jan 1976) Home¦ Issue Contents Bookshelf BRIAN MOORE Fort for Today THE SOURCEBOOK PROJECT Strange Planet (vol. E1) $7.95, Strange Phenomena (vols. G1 and G2) $6.95 each, Strange Artefacts (vol. M1) $7.95. Series edited by William R. Corliss and available from the Sourcebook Project, Box 107, Glen Arm, Maryland 21057. The ideas of Immanuel Velikovsky offer challenges to current scientific thinking in many disciplines, so it is ...
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... reasonable doubt, the experts said that such rocks could not achieve escape velocity from Mars without being vaporized by the explosive force required. Electrical acceleration, however, faces no such dilemma. For millennia afterwards we might also expect the Earth to periodically encounter clouds of rusty red dust, the residue of Martian surface material removed by interplanetary lightning. This too appears to have occurred right up to the twentieth century. The event that created Valles Marineris lofted into space something like 10,000 trillion tons of rock and dust. This can ... the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Apr 08, 2005 The Thunderbolt that Changed the Face of Mars One of the great wonders of the solar system, Valles Marineris on the planet Mars still defies every conventional attempt to explain it. From an electric viewpoint of the cosmos, it is the scar of a cosmic thunderbolt. Valles Marineris is four times deeper than the Grand Canyon, and stretches for almost 3,000 miles across the face ...
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174. Remarks on Solar Jet Stream Weather [SIS Internet Digest $]
... more ferocious the farther away from the Sun, may be explained also by electrical energy input. That the Earth participates in this electrical circuit, in its own small way, is shown by the direct correlation between earthly thunderstorm activity and the sunspot cycle. The Great Red Spot (GRS) and white spots on Jupiter may have something in common with sunspots. All are probably the point of connection of a Birkeland current rope from the plasmoid surrounding the planet/sun. The strong vertical magnetic field in sunspots suggests this is so ... their case. (Birkeland currents flow along magnetic field lines in a force-free fashion). The long-lived GRS on Jupiter may be associated with some underlying electrical inhomogeneity in the planet resulting from the catastrophic breakup of the Saturnian system. The many reports of Jovian thunderbolts attest to the probability that the giant planet may bear hidden electrical scars. Of course, the standard picture of the structure of Jupiter does not allow for a solid surface under the clouds to bear scars. But it must be remembered that the Electrical Universe requires a completely ...
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175. Dark Matter Missing Planets & New Comets [SIS Internet Digest $]
... man A discussion of terrestrial and non-terrestrial pyramids Surprising information about viewing solar and lunar eclipses The origin of Mercury as a moon of Venus The fission origin of Earth's Moon The origin of Martian moons and the great Martian rift "fault" A new model for Jupiter's Great Red Spot-- a floating impact site The youth of Saturn's rings The origin of black deposits, such as on the moon Iapetus The Triton-Nereid-Pluto-Charon disruption story A possible major planet beyond Pluto An exposition of Scientific Method: how to tell good models from bad. Dark ... Planets and New Comets provides evidence against the Big Bang theory; an exposition of the Meta Model alternative for the origin and nature of the universe; deductive models for the origins of stars, planets, moons, comets, asteroids, meteoroids, rings, Sun& planet spots; the latest on the hypothetical "tenth planet" beyond Pluto; an alternative to the Oort cloud of comets and the "dirty snowball" comet model; and much more. Since the book deals primarily with observational puzzles and anomalies that don't fit conventional ...
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... The Tempest." The names are likely to be approved by the International Astronomical Union. The astronomers detail their discovery of the two moons in a report in the April 30 issue of the magazine Nature. Both Caliban and Sycorax, the astronomers write, are unusually red in color, which suggests a link with the recently discovered populations of comet-like bodies called trans-Neptunian objects, which orbit the sun beyond the orbit of Neptune, and Centaurs, which cross the orbits of the outer planets. Both trans-Neptunians and Centaurs, say the researchers ... (607) 255-3651. Email: Caliban and Sycorax Astronomers propose names for their two recently discovered icy moons of Uranus ITHACA, N.Y.-- Cornell University astronomer Philip Nicholson and his colleagues have proposed names for the two recently discovered moons of the planet Uranus. They are Caliban and Sycorax, both characters in Shakespeare's play "The Tempest." The names are likely to be approved by the International Astronomical Union. The astronomers detail their discovery of the two moons in a report in the April 30 issue of ...
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177. The Electric Universe CD by Wallace Thornhill [SIS Internet Digest $]
... version of The Electric Universe is the 21 video segments, including clips made of experiments conducted in a plasma lab. My personal favorite was the anode scarring... where a miniature replica of the Martian volcano, Olympus Mons, was raised on a disc of red clay impregnated with graphite. Electric Universe: The CD is $44.00+ $5 Shipping. From WholeMind, 8350 S.W. Greenway, #24, Beaverton, OR 97008. USA. Tel: +1 800-230-9347. Email: ... comets, then challenges received opinion that a comet is defined by its size and composition. He claims instead that it is the eccentricity of the orbit of a celestial body, moving it into regions of increasing electrical stress, which creates the visible tail. "A planet on such an orbit would put on a spectacular cometary display." Thornhill accepted the challenge of integrating the cultural record of mythology and the experiments of the plasma lab and the advances of the space age into a coherent picture. He summarizes this synthesis admirably in ...
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178. When the Gods Came Down [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Ark really a ship? Ch. 10: Parting the Waters. The mystery of Moses. What secrets lie behind his birth, his encounter with God at the Burning Bush, and his return to Egypt? Parting the waters. How did the Israelites cross the Red Sea? The Mountain of God. Where is the true Mount Sinai? Yahweh's intervention in Egypt. Was it really a historic event? Ch. 11: The Lamb Lies Down. The Passover Festival. What does it really commemorate? A recap on the ... ? Ch. 4: Paradise Regained. A trip back in time to the wondrous temples of ancient Egypt and Sumer. An explanation of the Bond between Heaven and Earth. The sanctity of the meteorite- recapturing the ancient way of thinking. From meteorite to exploded planet cult- the logical steps. The mystery of 'the Sky-in-the-middle'. What is the connection to freemasonry and the 'sons of light'? As above, so below- new insights on the meaning of this Hermetic saying. 'The Epic of Creation' decoded. ...
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179. Letters [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... characteristic of the molecule concerned. They are called molecular spectra, as distinct from atomic spectra, and provide us with all the spectroscopic evidence we posssess about the presence of certain gases in planetary atmospheres. The lines and bans of these gases usually are found in the red or infrared part of the spectrum. Now to apply these facts and considerations to your questions: The presence of chlorine in Saturn is improbable. It is not an abundant gas, shows great affinity for chemical combinations, and so far as I know has never ... continuous specturm of higher temperature, like the body of the sun, for example, shines throught he gases. The planets, which are relatively cool and give out no light of their own, act like mirrors, reflecting the sunlight to the observer. If a planet, like Mercury, for example, has no atmosphere, its spectrum is merely that of sunlight. If a planet does have an atmosphere, hwoever, the situation may be slightly different. Both the atmosphere and the surface of the planet reflect the sunlight so ...
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180. Forum [SIS C&C Review $]
... contrast to Michael, 'the angel of mercy'..." (Ginzberg, V, p. 71). It might be added that Gabriel was the destructive force in the Exodus catastrophe: it was he who was eager to drown the Egyptians at the Red Sea, and he who kept the waters of the Red Sea from drowning Israel (Ginzberg, Vol III, p. 20). More commonly it is put that Michael was the guardian angel of Israel, although there exist lesser traditions that have Gabriel or ... too little in Mars' atmosphere (Popular Science, April 1979, pp. 172, 175). It was expected that Venus, Earth and Mars should have increasing amounts of argon-36, each being further from the sun. But if Mars were once an inner planet and Venus originated from Jupiter (Dr Robert W. Bass as reported at Glasgow, SISR III:1, p. 5), the findings of the space probes for argon-36 do not conflict with current theories on the formation of the solar system. Rupert ...
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