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 – Not Elenin – plunging Right into the Sun : VIDEOS

Huge comet hits the sun & double eruption Oct 2,2011

The Nasa finally releases full footage of a huge comet hitting the sun & a double eruption on Oct 1,2011

COMET AND CME: A comet discovered by amateur astronomers on Friday, Sept. 30th, disintegrated in spectacular fashion the very next day when it plunged into the sun. The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory recorded the comet’s last hours. The end was punctuated by an unexpected explosion SEE MORE VIDEOS Continue reading

The Electric Comet: The Elephant in NASA’s Living Room?

Comet 17P/Holmes, by Johnpane / Wikimedia Commons*

“One might think that the bizarre and unpredictable behavior of comets would inspire a fundamental reconsideration of comet theory. But comet science as a whole continues in a state of drift, never asking the questions that could change the picture entirely. For years, however, the questions have been asked by proponents of the Electric Universe, who contend that comets are charged objects moving through the electric field of the Sun.”   Michael Goodspeed Continue reading