The Last 2 Weeks in the Electric Universe

eulogoAug 10, 2009 The Unwavering Truth about the Zodiacal Light
Too often, standard textbooks and dictionaries do not offer a realistic picture of what is known about a given scientific subject. As they tend to suppress anomalous evidence, the illusion of solid proven fact is then allowed to lull the minds of the critical and the curious and slow down the progress of science.

Aug 11, 2009 From Ptolemy to Dark Matter Part 2
Fundamental assumptions have an overwhelming influence on how we interpret and discuss new observations.

Aug 12, 2009 A Bubble of Obsolete Presumptions
The Bubble Nebula illustrates how revolutionary progress in theoretical understanding changes our perceptions of the universe.

Aug 13, 2009 The Cat’s Eye Catspaw
The Cat’s Eye Nebula displays an abundance of plasma-discharge properties that leave standard gravity-and-hot-gas theories floundering.

Aug 14, 2009 Siriusly Red
As has often been pointed out, by definition the uniformitarian creed precludes the very real possibility of rare and radical changes in nature.

Aug 17, 2009 Happy Birthday “Radiant Matter” Plasma!
August 22, 2009 this week will mark the 130th anniversary of the identification of “radiant matter” or “plasma” as the fourth state of matter in 1879, by English scientist, Sir William Crookes, (1832-1919).

Aug 19, 2009 Martian Auroras
Mars has no global magnetic field, so the fortuitous discovery of an aurora event near the south pole surprised astronomers.

Aug 20, 2009 Double Layer Detonation
Rather than thermonuclear explosions, supernovae are what Hannes Alfvén called them: exploding double layers.

Aug 21, 2009 Frankenstein’s Comet: Sparks of Life?
Perhaps Dr. Frankenstein was on to something.

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