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This Week in the Electric Universe

Posted in Electric Universe with tags on October 31, 2009 by Aaron

eulogoOct 26, 2009 The Coming of the Sky Dancers
The message is increasingly clear: auroras can be extremely violent events.

Oct 27, 2009 Misplaced Mavericks
Why do stars in the Sun’s local neighborhood vary in their chemical composition? They should all be products of the same nebular cloud.

Oct 28, 2009 Plasma Volcanoes
The recent eruption of Mt. Redoubt in Alaska calls to mind the skeptical imperative to doubt again the accepted explanations of vulcanology.

Oct 29, 2009 A Pattern of Forces
Areas of Mars larger than Texas are wrenched and twisted, with deep canyons and sharp fissures, yet they are scoured clean of rocks and dust.

Oct 30, 2009 Stars in Collision Part 1
Astronomers have recently discovered a band of energetic neutral atoms around the sky. This discovery supports the hypothesis that the Sun captured a previously independent Saturnian system, in which Saturn was the brown-dwarf primary for the planets Earth, Mars, and Venus.

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This Week in the Electric Universe

Posted in Electric Universe with tags on October 24, 2009 by Aaron

eulogoOct 19, 2009 Scraps of Cosmic Electricity
Lab discharges throw off wisps of plasma. So too do intergalactic discharges.

Oct 20, 2009 Velikovskian Chaff and Wheat: Venus
Science progresses in a variety of ways.

Oct 21, 2009 A New Look at Near Neighbors Part One
A fundamental difference between the standard cosmological and Electric Universe models lies in their views about how the Universe was assembled over time.

Oct 22, 2009 A New Look at Near Neighbors, Part Two
The standard model and the Electric Universe model paint fundamentally different pictures of how galaxies are formed and driven.

Oct 23, 2009 BlackMax and Black Arts
Black holes are undetectable by any instrument, so a computer simulation has been created for the Large Hadron Collider to act as a substitute for observations.

This Week in the Electric Universe

Posted in Electric Universe with tags on October 16, 2009 by Aaron

eulogoOct 12, 2009 Saturn Loosens its Belt
Another ring, larger than anything expected, has been discovered around Saturn.

Oct 13, 2009 Closing Gaps—In Our Knowledge
Traditional knowledge seems to have a knack for anticipating Space Age discoveries by centuries, sometimes millennia.

Oct 14, 2009 Which Nebula is Real?
What is a theory? What is science? What is reality?

Oct 15, 2009 In Space No One Can Hear You Scream
Astronomers say that a gamma-ray burst from the edge of the universe signaled the birth of a black hole.

Oct 16, 2009 Say What?
The Large Hadron Collider has met with a few unforeseen accidents. Could they be a bizarre case of sabotage?

This Week in the Electric Universe

Posted in Electric Universe with tags on October 9, 2009 by Aaron

eulogoOct 05, 2009 Cometary Galaxies
Some galaxies exhibit broad tails, as well as bright comas of gas surrounding a central nucleus.

Oct 06, 2009 Multi-Colored Centaurs
Many different classes of celestial bodies are orbiting the Sun. Some have unique color combinations that might provide a clue as to their origin.

Oct 07, 2009 Son of the Sky
Enceladus continues to confirm the electrical nature of its topography.

Oct 08, 2009 A Lamentation for Arp 261
ESO has released another image of another instance of standard-theory hermeneutics. The several space bureaucracies have become adept at discovering peculiar celestial objects that send them back to the drawing board only to draw the same idea again.

Oct 09, 2009 Impulse Control
Magnetic reconnection events in miniature are said to heat the Sun’s corona. As usual, there is no mention of Kristian Birkeland’s great discoveries.

This Week in the Electric Universe

Posted in Electric Universe with tags on October 2, 2009 by Aaron

eulogoSep 28, 2009 Spring Has Sprung
Saturn has started this new season with some surprises.

Sep 30, 2009 Dark Matter Recreations Part Two
A great mathematical edifice in the form of the Lambda Cold Dark Matter (ΛCDM) standard cosmological model has been built on shaky underlying assumptions.

Oct 01, 2009 Final Flyby
Yesterday, the MESSENGER spacecraft flew close by Mercury in preparation for a 2011 orbital insertion.

Oct 02, 2009 Superclusters and Supervoids
Regions of space more than 500 million light-years in diameter are said to reveal dark energy influences. Are astronomers misinterpreting distance and size measurements?

This Week in the Electric Universe

Posted in Electric Universe with tags on September 25, 2009 by Aaron

eulogoSep 21, 2009 Wheeling Spokes
Spokes have not been seen in Saturn’s rings for years. What caused them to return?

Sep 22, 2009 A Twist of Plasma
Crisscross filaments are seen expanding outward from a red giant star. Are they hot gas or streams of charged particles?

Sep 23, 2009 Heliophysics
Scientific research into the Sun’s composition and behavior has lead to a new branch of astrophysics.

Sep 24, 2009 Dark Matter Recreations Part One
There seems to be a growing cadre of theoretical astronomers who are focused on mathematical recreations centered on dark matter without observations or data to interpret.

Sep 25, 2009 Hitched to a Star
Our fortunes are inextricably linked to the Sun’s activity. This is a principle tenet of Electric Universe theory.

This Week in the Electric Universe

Posted in Electric Universe with tags on September 18, 2009 by Aaron

eulogoSep 14, 2009 Suddenly
Geologists say mountains were formed gradually over millions of years. Native peoples say their ancestors saw mountains form in their lifetimes. It’s a choice between speculation and hearsay.

Sep 15, 2009 Ionic Tempest
Wind is said to have created many geological formations on Mars. What kind of wind?

Sep 16, 2009 Big and Little Science
What science produces is neither universally true nor real, but is created by the observer and is relative to his predispositions and equipment. As a result, it is not complete but selected, not objective but subjective, and not unique but partial.

Sep 17, 2009 The Leo Ring
Since its serendipitous discovery in 1983, the Leo Ring has presented a number of problems for the conventional model of galaxy formation.

Sep 18, 2009 Riding the Solar Cycle
New studies are confirming the connection between Earth and the Sun.