Mars: Will scientists have the Curiosity to question longstanding assumptions?

Mars seen by the Hubble Space Telescope, Realistic Colors, by NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team / Wikimedia *

For reasons that no planetary scientist has explained, the crust of the northern hemisphere has been excavated. It’s been eaten away, up to six miles deep. And there is one force only that could achieve hemispheric excavation of a planet. That force is “electric discharge” in an age of planetary instability and violence. (…) If NASA would open to an electrical interpretation, a different picture of solar system history is certain to follow.” –  David Talbott

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Comet Elenin—the Debate that Never Happened

Comet Elenin by ThePerfectMinds

“Just when theory said the comet should have exhibited its greatest activity, it almost disappeared.  One would assume from the media silence that the comet’s denouement poses no mystery to science. But to those who have come to understand the electrical nature of comets, there is something particularly noteworthy in the fading of Elenin. It is now clear that the original guesses about Elenin’s mass were overstated to a spectacular degree.  It will certainly not serve the interests of scientific progress to ignore the question posed or turn away from an essential reconsideration of theory.”  David Talbott
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