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191. Thoth Vol I, No. 10: April 22, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... 1950 investigators with no connection to Velikovsky have exposed much evidence supporting Velikovsky's position. This is particularly true of findings made in space. Thus Velikovsky's hypothesis that mankind does not want to know what happened may be proven. It certainly explains why astronomers continue to deny that planets can pass closely to one another wreaking damage upon each other. The scars seen on the faces of the Moon and the planet Mars, the near molten state of the surface of Venus, and the thoroughly cracked crust of the Earth speak loudly for Velikovsky. Stephen Jay Gould and Immanuel Velikovsky touches upon the incidents as the scholars attempt to censor Velikovsky and keep his work out of the public eye. The ...
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... today as the final answer. What I am sharing with you is a few "heretical" thoughts about the direction to which Velikovsky was pointing when he wrote Cosmos Without Gravitation (1946) - long before the solar wind, Mercury's helium atmosphere, Venus' retrograde rotation, the Earth's radiation belts, the Moon's remanent magnetism, Mars's battle scars, Jupiter's radio noises, and Saturn's corkscrewing ring became common scientific knowledge. In that sense I tell you now I believe that Venus is still hot and the bottom part of its atmosphere is still glowing because it has not yet had time to reach equilibrium with the part of the Solar System into which it has been injected (9 ...
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193. Thoth Vol II, No. 5: March 15, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... shows that the key to a true understanding of our universe and the recent history of the solar system comes from acknowledging simple electrical interactions between all matter in the universe. The result is an astounding concordance between ancient testimony of planets battling in the sky with thunderbolts, and modern plasma physics. Proof of the thesis comes from the unique electrical scars of battle seen on the surfaces of those planets. The result is a glimpse of the exciting new science of the third millenium." *A Special QuickTime movie of Velikovsky at the 1974 McMasters Symposium has been added as a bonus. This two minute sync sound clip is worth the price of the CD. To order by email ...
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194. Thoth Vol II, No. 15: Oct 1, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... , uneven lobate structure of a lava flow from a central orifice. A better explanation is that they are the result of a diffuse electrical discharge on a very thin crust. The surface responded to the gravitational tug of the nearby planetary body and the upward electrical forces, resulting in uplift with little or no melting, and retention of electric scars. This idea is supported by the observation that the domes seem to be prevalent on lava plains and are associated with sinuous rilles. The tops of the domes have a cobweb type pattern of discharge channels and often a small central crater which argue for the surface having remained solid during the uplift of the domes. Humboldt, a 200km ...
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195. Thoth Vol II, No. 17: Oct 31, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... Browitt (who is sadly fighting cancer at present) here in Canberra while he repeated electric cratering experiments. You won't believe how good some of them look on broadcast quality video! One of the things we observed was how an "electric wind" over a simulated planetary surface can effectively blow the surface dust off without visibly discharging and causing scarring. It can do this in defiance of gravity and does not require high velocity impacts to provide the kinetic energy. It renders unnecessary the hypothesis of high velocity impacts to remove surface material. In any case, the visible removal of surface material from Io in electric discharges may be being repeated on a small, undetectable scale on the ...
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196. Thoth Vol III, No. 13: Oct 15, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... between the sub-particles (quarks?) that make up nucleons and electrons acts near instantaneously. This simple model offers an explanation for magnetism, electromagnetism, gravity, quantum theory, etc., and provides a mechanism for the stabilisation of the solar system after an episode of chaos. ( Very important given the wealth of evidence for recent electrical scarring of planetary bodies). It also offers a simple mechanism to explain Halton Arp's epochal discovery of quantised red shifts of quasars. Of course that doesn't explain how action at a distance, mediated by something we call the electrostatic force, actually occurs. It is a postulate that fits the observations - including the "spooky" instantaneous connection ...
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197. Thoth Vol III, No. 14: Nov 1, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... a lot about the properties of the lava. On Earth lava flows form little side lobes, or extrusions that look like arms, feet and toes." On the contrary, most of the dark patterns seen radiating from the crater in this image of the Marduk "volcano" are not lava flows. They have the shape of lightning scars on Earth and are caused by powerful currents streaking across the surface to satisfy the arc's hunger for electric charge. They rip huge sinuous furrows in the soil and hurl it to either side to form levee banks and side lobes. The stubby side channels will be found to have rounded ends like those seen on Martian "rivers". ...
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... the middle, as found in spark machining experiments, they are also radioactive, as expected from an interplanetary lightning strike. Thornhill predicted that cracks in the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa will be found to be electric discharge channels. On Venus and Mars there are surface markings and craters that result from electrical discharges. In electrical discharges, the scarring features depend on a large number of variables; circular and radial markings are common. In other nearby stellar systems, planets have been discovered inexplicably close to the star, so the Saturnian Configuration may have been a system on its own, without the Sun, with Venus, Mars and Earth close enough for Saturn to provide a benign ...
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199. Thoth Vol III, No. 17: Dec 15, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... from solar wind particles. However, the emission of visible light is poorly understood. In this case, remnant vulcanism is thought to be most likely. Rilles are thought to be collapsed lava tubes. But Schröter's Valley is not volcanic. That brilliant engineer, the late Ralph Juergens, showed in the early 1970's that it is a typical scar caused by a massive lightning bolt. If it were volcanic, where is the lava outflow? Where is the collapsed roof of a lava tube? Where do we find lava tubes 7 km wide? How could a flowing liquid of any sort form the tortuous inner channel on the valley floor? Why does that channel become narrower toward ...
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200. Thoth Vol IV, No. 1: Jan 15, 2000 [Journals] [Thoth]
... I think is a far better model - then such satisfaction may be unwarranted. It seems to me that material that is glassified in a cosmic electric discharge will be near the center of the discharge channel and will suffer the most violent acceleration spacewards. So it would not be surprising if tektites are rare at the site of the planetary electrical scar. (See the section on meteorites on my CD). Wal Thornhill See the home of The Electric Universe at OTHER STARS, OTHER WORLDS, OTHER LIFE By Wal Thornhill Emeritus Professor at the Australian National University, Dr. S. Ross Taylor has concluded after a lifetime's work ...
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