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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Electric Universe: “Jupiter of the Thunderbolt”

Jupiter shows intense X-ray emission / Wiki Commons *

“Since 1941, I insisted that electromagnetic interrelations in the solar system cannot be ignored – this was the theme of my long debate, in writing and oral, with Einstein – from August 1952 to his death in April of 1955. At some point in our debate (in a letter written in June 1954) I offered to stake our debate on whether Jupiter sends out radio noises (of non-thermal nature, as I already claimed in my Forum Lecture of 14 October, 1954), to which he reacted skeptically, yet was greatly surprised when nine days before his death I brought to him the news (New York Times of April 6, 1955) that such radio noises were accidentally detected. Immanuel Velikovsky

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New Light for Astrophysics: Plasma Cosmology and The Electric Universe

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“the world’s largest professional body, the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), recognizes plasma cosmology while it remains unheard of by students of astronomy.”

“Plasma cosmology receives no publicity although it deals empirically with the electromagnetic behavior of plasma, which constitutes almost the entire visible universe. Unlike theoretical big bang cosmology, plasma cosmology can claim successful predictions without recourse to hypothetical matter, energies and forces.”    Wal Thornhill

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Stars Forming Complex Organic Compounds

The Antennae Galaxies / *

“A very interesting study has just been released indicating that stars are producing organic compounds which “are so complex that their chemical structures resemble the make up of coal and petroleum.”

“Nature is much more clever than we had imagined.”

“Contrary to the lies, the universe is inherently creative.”

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