Worlds in Collision

Immanuel Velikovsky

Immanuel Velikovsky Electric Universe theory (EU theory) plasma Worlds In Collison

Immanuel Velikovsky surprised, outraged, delighted, inspired and changed the planet, human history, our solar system and the universe in the 1950’s. Or not. He wrote Worlds In Collision book and others like Carl Sagan created the controversy. Immanuel Velikovsky in his 1950’s book Worlds in Collision proposes that many myths and traditions of ancient peoples …

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Proposed theory is Modified Velikovsky?

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A proposed theory that seems to help solve the faint young sun paradox, sounds similar to Immanuel Velikovsky’s ideas and theories about Worlds in Collision and that the planet Venus is a new planet. The basic astonishing idea is similar enough that Ray Villard the discovery.com reporter mentions Immanuel Velikovsky. This idea leaves me a …

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Wandering star and brown dwarf

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A new science report about Scholz’s star has suggested it to have passed relatively close to our solar system just 70,000 years ago. Theories based on the Electric Universe theory and how our solar system was created have suggested and are built on the idea that either a wandering star or wandering planet came close …

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Solar system cosmogony: wandering stars and planets?

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Our solar system cosmogony (formation, previous, present configuration) has many theories. Jumping Jupiters, the Nice Model, rogue brown dwarfs and more proposals are suggesting that the planets have changed orbits, migrated. The opposite to what was previously predicted. It’s like something out of an interplanetary chess game. Astrophysicists at the University of Toronto have found …

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