Electric Universe Theory

whitecoast

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The Rising Tide Foundation put out a good video lecture about some aspects of the electric universe and how it relates to Astronomy, intelligent design of life, and the structure and order of the universe.

A time lapse video of a phenomenon discussed therein. Pulsars look quite neat with X ray vision.

This is the reactor mentioned in the video, which is nifty from an engineering perspective. Apparently they were able to generate the vast majority of the main elements found in the organic filaments connecting stars to one another just from reacting hydrogen in a medium temperature nuclear reaction (medium = 25,000 degrees Celsius).
 

Keit

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Thunderbolts points to other comets, Holmes, Haley, Linear, and Schwassman-Wachmann 3, had experienced the same situation related to flares that were prevalent over the years that caused the same reaction as Eleein due to electrical properties of the suns actives.

Just a note that apparently there is a "Quadruple outburst of Comet 29P" going on. And that it's at its brightest for probably 40 years.


The unprecedented behaviour of Comet 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann continues.
A plot showing the behaviour last night is on the MISSION 29P webpage.

The comet may be undergoing multiple outbursts each subsequent event triggering the next.
Trying to fit what we see with past behaviour, it appears we have had at least 4 outbursts summarised as follows:

Outburst at 2021 09 25.340 +/-0.005 16.90R => 14.43R Intensity ~1

Outburst at 2021 09 26.15 +/-0.12 14.45R => 13.73R Intensity ~1

Strong outburst at 2021 09 26.98 +/-0.05 13.75R => 12.40R Intensity ~5

Very strong outburst at 2021 09 27.68 +/-0.06 12.40R => 11.25R Intensity ~12


The intervals between these successive events is about 20, 20 and 17 hours.
As of 2021 September 28.25 UT, the coma appears to continue to intensify slowly.

Richard Miles
BAA
 

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Keit

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Here's another article about the comet 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann having "unusual outbursts". It's "interesting" to note how they struggle to explain comet's behavior while sticking to the accepted paradigm, god forbid anyone can speculate about electric influences or interactions. :rolleyes: And also note the last sentence. Apparently and oh so "sadly" Hubble had technical difficulties during comet's largest outburst, so it couldn't be observed by "real" scientists, and only "armatures" were able to collect data.

Seriously? This excuse sounds on the same level of dog eating homework. ;-)


Amateur and professional astronomers have found that the comet 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann has been experiencing an unusually large outburst recently. Normally, it has little outbursts spread throughout the year.

Comet 29P was discovered in 1927 and shortly thereafter was found to be orbiting the sun on a planet-like path in the space between Jupiter and Saturn. It was also found to be very large—approximately 60 kilometers across. Later, astronomers found that it behaved differently than other comets. Instead of shedding material as its outer layers melted during close fly-bys to the sun, it exhibited a kind of explosive behavior on occasion. Something was being ejected from the comet's interior, making the comet shine extremely brightly. The ejecta then fell back to the comet, adding a coating. Further study showed that periodically, a much larger outburst would occur and the comet would shine even more brightly. Such a huge outburst has been happening again, this time it started at the end of September.

Their research has shown that both the small outbursts and the large outbursts are unpredictable. In this latest outburst, there have been multiple eruptions and the comet grew in brightness to approximately 250 times that of its normal luminosity.

Notably, nobody knows why the comet erupts, though it does appear that the large outbursts work in ways similar to some volcanos. The ejecta from the small eruptions cover the exterior of the comet, creating a sort of shell. This, researchers suggest, leads to a build-up of pressure. Eventually, the pressure is strong enough to break through the icy crust, leading to a very large eruption.

In a novel twist, most of the research conducted regarding comet 29P has been done by amateurs with backyard telescopes. Time on the big telescopes has grown so competitive that most of the pros tend to focus on larger more important projects. The amateur astronomy community was hoping to learn more about the comet during this large outburst, however, as several professional teams requested and were granted time on the Hubble Space Telescope to peer at the comet. Sadly, these hopes were dashed as Hubble experienced technical problems that prevented it from pointing at the comet in time to catch its massive outburst in action.
 

sid

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I guess the electrical activity is increasing due to the grounding of the Sun. Apparently, the corona around a comet can grow to be big enough to make it appear like another Sun in the sky for considerable periods. Especially the ones which get really up close.
 
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