Last Two Weeks in the Electric Universe

eulogoNov 23, 2009 Dark Mode Galaxies
In an Electric Universe, it stands to reason that some galaxies will not be energetic enough for stars to form.

Nov 24, 2009 Imagine Another Wet, Rocky Planet
Geocentrism hides in the assumptions that support conventional astronomy. The result is unexpected observations and failed predictions.

Nov 25, 2009 Dwarf Galaxies Pose Big Problems
The swarm of small galaxies orbiting the Milky Way are too few and out of place, according to astronomers.

Nov 27, 2009 Space Tornadoes Cause a Stir
The idea of a giant radiant pillar rising up from the earth to the sky would have sounded too fantastic to be true – until recently.

Nov 30, 2009 Craters and Buttes Part One
Craters often have flat bottoms and forty-five degree slopes. Buttes often exhibit forty-five degree shoulders and flat tops.

Dec 01, 2009 An Aristotelian Hangover
The astronomers responsible for the news feeds in our tabloids seem to have a profound disliking for the idea that the solar system, including the earth, has suffered catastrophic changes within the past few thousand years.

Dec 02, 2009 A Twist in the Ring of Centaurus A
A new infrared image of the Centaurus A galaxy reveals a ring of stars inside the visually obscuring dust around its core. Astronomers assume the ring is the remnant of a smaller galaxy that merged with the larger one.

Dec 03, 2009 Unveiling More of Mercury’s Secrets
The innermost planet is continuing to provide scientists with new, unexpected revelations.

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