This is not a drill, this is not a drill. It may be a peer reviewed and therefore acceptable electric geology drill, but this is not from Thunderbolts. Professor Alian Wang, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St Louis, suggests electric geology may rapidly transform chemical elements on other planets in the solar system, perhaps within a few years or only up to a few hundred years.
” Dust-related electrochemistry can reshape Martian surface materials with physical and chemical changes observable after only hundreds of years. Similar electrical effects may be instrumental on Venus and Europa. “