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51. Thoth Vol. V, No 8 July 31, 2001 [Thoth Website]
... /europa.html, which resemble plasma scarring more than they resemble cracks in the ice. Indeed, Europa has some very unusual features, such as parallel cycloid patterns which would seem to indicate electrical activity. Venus also appear to be covered with electrical scars. The valley, Baltis Vallis is a 6800km rille of continuous width, with signs of levied banks. There also are many groups of raised dome formations on Venus which appear to be fulgamite (not fulgurite) scars. Mars' Tharsis Tholus is an example of an electrical fulgamite scar. Mars also features fretted terrain, such as Labyrinthus Noctis which shows no signs of fluid flow, nor debris outflow, and also shows overlapping circular pits. Nirgal Vallis is characteristic of a rille showing transverse ridges and transverse glass effects. And one wonders where the contents of Mars' Vallis Marineris went? Of course pictures of the Martian surface show it to be rock strewn and often burnt. and then there are the Martian meteorites found on Earth. Lightning accelerates material upwards (cf. Eric Crew, who suggests that ...
52. Instantaneous Shifts of the Poles [Aeon Journal $]
... toward the center of Earth, making the collision path more and more perpendicular to Earth's surface. As the intruding body gets closer, the curvature would be greater, and the object would become more and more perpendicular to Earth's surface. The resulting crater would be only slightly oval. The lever-arm for torque would also be quite short. The projected path, if extended through Earth, would end up only a little off-set from Earth's center. The body that impacted in central Siberia a century or so ago left a nearly circular impact scar. Oval craters do exist on Earth, but were they caused by the impact of solid objects? Some have been hypothesized to be due to electrical discharges. Barbiero states that: "We know the Earth is permanently subjected to a torque generated by the gravitational forces of the Sun and the Moon." Such a statement should not have been offered. With Earth and the Moon being nearly spherical, no torque arm is present to subject Earth to a flywheel rotation. Apparently the Moon does have a torque arm. This ...
53. Of the Moon and Mars, Part 1 [Pensee]
... of history for the last three billion years, it seems reasonable to look to other kinds of evidence in an effort to determine the age of the crater Aristarchus. And of these other kinds of evidence, we have already noted the appearance, the stratigraphic relationships, the intense radioactivity, and the luminous emissions from this site. Everything that is known about this crater argues in favor of its youth. It would be an exercise in futility at this time to attempt to pin down the exact moment when Aristarchus first appeared as a scar on the face of the moon. Perhaps future generations will develop both the curiosity and the means to attack this problem and will finally be able to assure us that this crater was or was not born in the eighth century. NOTES AND REFERENCES 1. I. Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision (New York: Macmillan, 1950), Part II, "Mars." 2. Ibid., p. 272. 3. W. Schwabacher, "The Olympian Zeus before Phidias," Archaeology 14 (June, ...
54. Society News [SIS C&C Review $]
... ). It will also include an initial report on the findings of the Eastern Desert Survey The afternoon lecture was given by Richard Neeve, the leading expert in reconstructing faces from skulls. His work achieved world wide recognition when he reconstructed a head of an Egyptian girl which captured the attention of the newspapers. He has helped police to catch murderers by creating a face from a skeleton which was subsequently recognised by people who knew the victim. His reconstruction of a face from a rich tomb in Greece, complete with a distinctive facial scar, confirmed the tomb owner as a famous historical ruler whose burial was thought to have been lost. John Crowe \cdrom\pubs\journals\review\v1998n2\52soc.htm ...
55. The Origins of Doomsday Anxiety [Thunderbolts Website]
... Jan 05, 2006 When Dust Storms Engulf Mars Another surprise from space: Massive dust storms on Mars have meteorologists scrambling for explanations. Is it solar heating, or electricity, that powers these storms in the near vacuum of the Martian atmosphere? Jan 04, 2006 Earth's Richat Crater What was the cause of this uplifted region on the Saharan desert floor cut by a circular crater with concentric terraces? Geologists speculate that erosion by wind and water must have worked its magic on the upraised dome. Electric theorists see something else — the scar left by electric discharge. Jan 03, 2006 The Picture that Won ’ t Go Away Only in the rarest instances has a single picture altered the direction of a scientific discipline. But in the case of the galaxy NGC 7319 and the "misplaced" quasar in front of it, the message is inescapable. Jan 02, 2006 The Origins of Doomsday Anxiety After years of ignoring the most pervasive fear in human history, it is time to examine its roots dispassionately. For such a purpose, we need only call upon ...
56. ABSTRACTS JUNE 2005 [Thunderbolts Website]
... theorists of the "electric comet". Jun 29, 2005 Titan and its Rilles One of the most interesting Huygens images released to date shows a network of dark rilles on Saturn ’ s moon Titan. Close inspection of such channels on Titan ’ s surface could provide a critical test of the Electric Universe. Jun 28, 2005 An Electrical Blister on Titan Nothing much is supposed to have happened on Saturn and its moons for billions of years. But the Cassini probe is discovering evidence of a recent event, and a thunderbolt scar indicates what that event might have been. Jun 27, 2005 Seeing Electricity in Space We tend to perceive only what ’ s familiar. So when new discoveries open up unfamiliar worlds, they present us with a dilemma. To see new worlds accurately may require a radical step — the suspension of prior beliefs. Jun 24, 2005 The Explosion that Shattered Solar Theory In January 2005, some remarkable things happened on the Sun, and the implications are still reverberating through the scientific community. Jun 23, 2005 Impossible Dinosaurs The ...
57. Monitor [SIS C&C Review $]
... ticks at different rates in different lineages and at different times. Another method of dating involves analysing the growth rings of stalactites and stalagmites but if the carbon dioxide content of caves increases, as a result of the breath of tourists or external atmospheric variations, then the structures can actually wear away faster than they form. In one Scottish cave, 10,000 year old stalactites do not appear to have grown at all in the last 100 years. Scientists measuring wartime pollution in trees around Sheffield have found that they have to use scar tissue, where the tree has encapsulated any metals in a wound, to get reliable results. The standard technique of measuring the actual rings is suspect because pollutants disperse throughout the tree with time. Apparently uranium did not appear in tree rings around Nagasaki until 15 years after the atomic bomb explosion. Eclipse records New Scientist 30.1.99, pp. 30-33, 29.5.99, p. 38, 11.9.99, p. 16 The total solar eclipse over Britain in 1999 set the articles flowing. Historians have dated ancient events by references to eclipses ...
58. The Origin Of The Moon [The Velikovskian $]
... --is substantially lower than the Earth's density of 5.5, those who assert that Mars is a fundamental planet cannot, at the same time, uphold the common dust-cloud origin of all planetary matter. If, however, Mars was thrown off a rapidly rotating Earth, its density would be expected to be that of the mantle mixed with a little lighter crustal material, [because the movement of heavy material to form the Earth's core would already have occurred. Proponents of the theory argue further that Mars and the Moon left behind a permanent scar on the Earth's surface. Two-thirds of the Earth's recently solidified crust was torn away, to leave an unsymmetrical but rather more interesting world, with one-third of the surface in the form of land [to be surrounded by a vast [low land region, inside of which formed the ocean. At first, the solid continental skin that remained after the exodus of Mars formed a single land mass [continent, and it was only later...that [this single land mass broke up and separated so that the continents reached their ...
59. The Father of the Gods? [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... as a whole and parameters defining interactions within the neutrino flux" (31). The conclusion is, "the practical importance of these findings is to expand the rather restricted views on mechanisms for fusion and fission, perhaps to offer a fresh approach to controlled fusion." May not such "controlled fusion" (or limited fusion) or stellar energy processes produce the heavy element cores within the gas giants? The Stellar Nature of the Jovian Planets Forshufvud suggested (32) that the Great Red Spot of Jupiter was not the scar of the eruption of Venus, but rather a development not noted by early telescopic observation of the 17th. century, even though detectable by telescopes of such strength today. The Red Spot would therefore appear to be expanding, which led to the alarming speculation: "Is Zeus pregnant again?" Jupiter is certainly energetic. "The recent flare-up of eruptive activity on Jupiter (1961-68) was similar to one observed from 1872 to 1880 and which, in my estimation, ejected 10 21 to 10 22 grams of dark material ...
60. Computed Planetary Orbits and the Babylonian Observations of Venus [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... :2, 1985, pp.13-31) claims that pressure ionised matter in the core of Jupiter would develop an increasing positive charge due to the migration of electrons away from the high pressure zone. The potential at the internal boundary of the charged matter would also increase steadily and when it reached a critical value there would be a 'flashover' similar to atmospheric lightning but in a very dense medium, causing a stream of positively charged material to be ejected from the core, continuing outwards until it emerged at the surface and leaving the planet-sized scar now known as the Great Red Spot. From then on the process was studied in detail by computer, enabling values of the product of charge on the ejected material and on the Sun to be determined which would produce a trajectory of the newly formed cosmic body such that it would eventually attain a stable orbit as the planet Venus. The paper assumed the final stable orbit was near-circular, but it could have been any type of orbit, including the more eccentric orbit indicated by the records of the Babylonian tablets, depending on ...
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