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161. Mysterious "thing" in orbit around saturn [Science Frontiers Website]
... Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 24: Nov-Dec 1982 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Mysterious "thing" in orbit around saturn When the two Voyager spacecraft flew past Saturn, both detected strong bursts of radio emissions recurring every 10 hours, 10 minutes. New termed SEDs (Saturn Electrostatic Discharges), the period of these bursts would be matched by the period of an object rotating around Saturn at a distance of about 100,000 kilometers. Is there anything visible at this distance? Sure enough, Voyager optical instrumentation detected a thinning, possibly an actual gap, about 150 meters wide, in the B-ring at this radius. The big puzzle is why a thinness or gap is maintained over a long period of time and how it is associated with the SEDs. (Evans, D.R., et al; "The Source of Saturn Electrostatic Discharges," Nature, 299:236, 1982.) Comment. Could Saturn and its rings, which may be electrically charged, be some sort ...
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162. CHAOS AND CREATION: [Quantavolution Website]
... of Homo Schizo Old and New World Concordances Climate Changes and Time Puzzles of Tihuanacu Signs of Uranian Culture Hand, Rod, and Snake CHAPTER SEVEN: Earth Parturition and Moon Birth The Passage of Uranus Minor Contributing Theories and Eruption Dynamics Lunar Conformities to Eruption The Global Fracture System The Tethyan Welt Global Expansion The Magnetic Field Ocean Development Lunar Worship Sunken Lands Legendary Chaos and the Moon The Moon in Meso-America Western Europe The Near East A Question of Lunar Priority Eliade s “Lunar Perspective” The Menstrual Cycle The Heavenly Spinner CHAPTER EIGHT: Saturn s Children The Pleiades The Triumph of Saturn The “Golden Age” The Peoples of Saturnia The Downfall of Saturn: Nova and Deluge The Poseidon Phase Survivors and Saturnalia CHAPTER NINE: The Olympian Rulers The Devil Seth The Bonds of Saturn and Jupiter The Lightning God The Behavior of Planet Jupiter End of the “Golden Age” Monumentalism Repeated Disasters Gods Not Invented Apollo Explosion and Asteroids Mercury Mercury s Geophysics CHAPTER TEN: Venus and Mars Career of an Androgyne The Heat of Venus Hundres of Identities The Plot of the Iliad ...
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163. CHAOS AND CREATION: [Quantavolution Website]
... Ecumenical Culture Old and New World Concordances Climate Changes and Time Puzzles of Tihuanacu Signs of Uranian Culture Hand, Rod, and Snake CHAPTER SEVEN: Earth Parturition and Moon Birth The Passage of Uranus Minor Contributing Theories and Eruption Dynamics Lunar Conformities to Eruption The Global Fracture System The Tethyan Welt Global Expansion The Magnetic Field Ocean Development Lunar Worship Sunken Lands Legendary Chaos and the Moon The Moon in Meso-America Western Europe The Near East A Question of Lunar Priority Eliade s “Lunar Perspective” The Menstrual Cycle; The Heavenly Spinner CHAPTER EIGHT: Saturn s Children The Pleiades The Triumph of Saturn; The “Golden Age” The Peoples of Saturnia The Downfall of Saturn Nova and Deluge The Poseidon Phase Survivors and Saturnalia CHAPTER NINE: The Olympian Rulers The Devil Seth The Bonds of Saturn and Jupiter The Lightning God The Behavior of Planet Jupiter End of the “Golden Age” Monumentalism Repeated Disasters Gods Not Invented Apollo Explosion and Asteroids Mercury; Mercury s Geophysics CHAPTER TEN: Venus and Mars Career of an Androgyne The Heat of Venus Hundres of Identities The Plot of the ...
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164. Vox Popvli [Aeon Journal $]
... important in its conclusions. [3 Although not really of much evidentiary value, since it is based on various unproved hypotheses, the chronological article by Murphie [4 does offer a new way of examining the evidence. In any case, I found it to be very thought-provoking. I hope Cardona keeps up with the high standards evidenced by this particular issue....and one Dissatisfied Customer Vine Deloria, Jr., from Boulder, Colorado, writes: Well...I don't think I will renew. While AEON is devoted to Saturn, it has precious little else and some of the articles are just puff pieces that contribute very little to understanding old catastrophes. I'm into other groups that allow more debate on things other than their own pet theories, so I get lots more to think about. There are too many good scenarios that deserve serious attention out there now. To pay $45 a year to read the same old material by the same people is not useful. Maybe some day you could expand AEON to deal with some of the things being ...
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165. I. Velikovsky: In the Beginning [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... IN THE BEGINNING by Immanuel Velikovsky Come, weigh me the weight of the fire or measure me the measure of the wind or recall me the day that is past. IV Ezra A Technical Note Introduction PART I: THE EARLY AGES The Hebrew Cosmogony Planet Ages Sabbath Deification of the Planets Uranus The Earth Without the Moon A Brighter Moon The Worship of the Moon The Pre-Adamite Age Giants Nefilim Astronomical Knowledge Before the Deluge PART II: SATURN AND THE FLOOD Deluge William Whiston and the Deluge Deluge and Comet Khima Saturnian Comets Saturn and the Deluge The Light of the Seven Days Nova ? Star of the Sun ? Arrival of the Waters The Deluge in Rabbinical Sources Hydrogen and Oxygen The Origin of the Oceans Saturn the God of Seeds The Worship of Saturn Seventeen Festivals of Light Saturn and Jupiter The Rings of Saturn Saturn ? s Golden Age Rainbow PART III: MERCURY AND MEMORY The Confusion of Languages Mercury PART IV: JUPITER OF THE THUNDERBOLT The Overthrow of the Cities of the Plain The Age of the Dead Sea The Great Rift and the Jordan The End of the ...
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166. Electric Lights on Saturn [Thunderbolts Website]
... home updates news and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us Credit: CU-Boulder, NASA/JPL, Central Arizona College, USC home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Aug 15, 2005 Electric Lights on Saturn The discovery of electric currents everywhere in space makes the meteorological vocabulary of astrophysicists obsolete. This false-color image of Saturn in ultraviolet light shows the complete circle of an aurora around Saturn s south pole and part of the aurora around its north pole. From almost the beginning of the space age, plasma physicists have known that electric currents flow from regions high above Earth s equator to the auroral regions around the magnetic poles and that these circuits power the auroras. Presumably, Saturn s auroras are lit by similar circuitry. But conventional astrophysicists persist in describing auroras with meteorological metaphors: “hydrogen gas excited by electron bombardment” that responds to “changes in the solar wind.” The inertia of prior ...
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167. The Hot Poles of Enceladus [Thunderbolts Website]
... home updates news and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us picture of the day archive subject index subject abstracts Credit: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech Oct 27, 2006 The Hot Poles of Enceladus The unexpected hot spot around Enceladus south pole is another indication of electric currents coursing through Saturn s moon and connected with the electric circuits that compose Saturn s plasma sheath. The NASA press release reports that this image “startled” scientists. The hot spot around Enceladus south pole is “very difficult to explain if sunlight is the only energy source heating the surface.” The only other likely heat source available to conventional theorists is internal heat, but they are “unsure how the internal heat reaches the surface.” Close-up images reveal a series of somewhat parallel fractures that are the centers of the heat. NASA scientists speculate that internal heat escapes through these fractures and evaporates the ice along them, thereby generating Enceladus thin atmosphere of water vapor, which seems to be concentrated over the south pole. Water escaping ...
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168. Electric Lights on Saturn [Thunderbolts Website]
... the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Thunderbolts of the Gods is a 108 page 8-1/2 x 11 full color monograph based on the life work of the two authors --a revolutionary synthesis of comparative mythology and the newly-discovered "Electric Universe". The Monograph includes an hour-long DVD introducing various aspects of the Electric Universe explained by members of the Thunderbolts Group. More Information Book Synopsis Read Chapter One Order Link Mar 30, 2006 Electric Lights on Saturn The discovery of electric currents everywhere in space makes the meteorological vocabulary of astrophysicists obsolete. This false-color image of Saturn in ultraviolet light shows the complete circle of an aurora around Saturn s south pole and part of the aurora around its north pole. From almost the beginning of the space age, plasma physicists have known that electric currents flow from regions high above Earth s equator to the auroral regions around the magnetic poles and that these circuits power the auroras. Presumably, Saturn s auroras are lit by similar circuitry ...
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169. Saturn in Ancient Times [Thunderbolts Website]
... home updates news and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us Credit: Cassini Imaging Team, SSI, JPL, ESA, NASA home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Sep 23, 2004 Saturn in Ancient Times The Greeks called it the god "Helios". The Romans called it "Sol". These familiar figures have a long history, and the more one learns about their links to the earlier cultures, the more a mystery of origins comes into focus. Long before Greek and Roman times, the Egyptians worshipped the luminary Atum or Ra, just as the Sumerians honored Utu and the Babylonians the god Shamash. Astronomers and priests celebrated this light of heaven as the "Universal Monarch," the "father" of civilization and the celestial prototype of kings. There is no mystery as to the present astronomical associations of these figures. But more archaic traditions, coming from many and diverse cultures, identify the ...
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170. Saturn Is Still Cooking Away [Science Frontiers Website]
... Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 17: Fall 1981 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Saturn Is Still Cooking Away Observations from the earth and the Pioneeer spacecraft have long puzzled astronomers because they indicate that Saturn is radiating much more internal heat than it should. This anomaly leads to the outrageous possibility that Saturn is actually very young and has not cooled off as much as we would expect from theory. The infrared detector on the recent Voyager-1 flyby seems to show that the atmosphere of Saturn possesses only about half as much helium as theory would have. The surmise is that the missing helium is still residing in the planet. This might account for some of the abnormal heat generation. (Anonymous; "Puzzling over Saturn's Internal Heat," Eos, 62:538, 1981.) Comment. Thus, the excess-heat anomaly may be replaced by the missing-helium anomaly. Curiously, some ancient myths refer to Saturn as the "sun of night." Could Saturn have been much brighter not too long ago ...
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