Hexagonal clouds

hexagonal cloud shapes

Hexagonal cloud shapes are producing interesting physical features that may be used for geology and also are being suggested as an answer to the Bermuda Triangle mystery. If things are scalable and variations in a plasma Electric Universe then are these hexagonal cloud formations a version of Saturns’ polar hexagonal shape and perhaps hole punch …

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Subglacial water currents and circuits

subglacial circuits subglacieal water

Subglacial lakes and subglacial water currents have now also been found in Greenland’s ice sheets. The first subglacieal lakes and life were found in Antarctica, with Lake Vostok perhaps the most famous. Does a subglacial water system mean it is a natural circuit? What sort of component in planet Earth’s plasma and electromagnetic circuit? The …

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Steady state solar wind at edge of solar system?

pluto solar wind plasma x rays

Astronomy surprised by results of recent Chandra mission as Pluto or the Suns plasma current behaves differently than expected/modelled, even after modification. Is it an AC, DC, AC/DC, or ‘other’ Electromagnetic Universe? Or is it just the circuit of Pluto and the Sun’s plasma wind?

Dead planets

dead planets electromagnetically alive

Planets may be considered dead but that is to do with lifeforms and geological activity. Are all planets, moons, asteroids, objects, electromagnetically active and part of the Electric Universe system? They are all some form of component in the electromagnetic circuit? Lifeless planets and geology inactive planets might be a more appropriate titles for some …

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Pluto craters

pluto craters

Pluto, suggested to be composed of ice and rock with its surface a massive 98% nitrogen ice, has revealed more craters that look like craters found on other planets, our Moon, moons, asteroids and active asteroids (comets). These other space bodies in our solar system are not made of the the same material, have a …

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