Planetary geomorphology mainly relies on our view of the Newtonian clockwork solar system, the Big Bang theory and planet formation theory.
Planetary geomorphology in an Electric Universe
The Electric Universe theory (EU theory) suggests that planets and other bodies are formed in a very different way. That is why similar features are found on planetary bodies that vary massively in size, age and material, when they really should not be so similar.
The EU theory predicted that comets are the same as asteroids, it seems comets are active asteroids. Immanuel Velikovsky predicted that Venus would be a very hot planet, as Comet Venus was formed only a few thousand years ago.
Planetary geomorphology evidence for an Electric Universe?
The problem is that the initial predictions by science/geologists about solar system planets are very poor and virtually all completely wrong. Good scientific theories should make good predictions.
The proof and evidence for an Electric Universe may be in the planetary pudding. More and more data about planetary bodies is now coming in.
If geology and planetary geomorphology is constantly surprised and initially wrong about what they find or predicted then this may be EU theory evidence.
Not geomorphology on comet 67P?
The northern hemisphere of the comet’s nucleus is also filled with dunes and ripples that look somewhat like geological markings on Earth, Mars and Venus. Comet 67P/C-G doesn’t have a robust atmosphere and high gravity like those planets, and yet it still has structures resembling sand dunes, according to Nicolas Thomas, the co-investigator of the OSIRIS imaging instrument on Rosetta. So how is that possible?
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