Electric theory??

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by ebeuerle » Wed Oct 12, 2005 9:52 pm

You are certainly welcome for the links. I found it really facinating to read some of the docs off that site that talk about how comets are not made of snow and ice but rather are like the moon(dry and dirty). In addition there is the though that the reason for the tail is electrical created from the negative body of the comet and the postive ions streaming from the sun(which form water that was detected by probes in the past-which gave rise to the theory of the comet being made of ice). There is also talk about mars and venus being much closer to earth in the recent past and that the electical plasma arcs caused by the nearby planets formed the landmarks such as Grand Canyon and the rivers/streams they see on Mars. They have some pretty interesting evidence to back it up too such as the extremely round craters on the comets and Mars. Also there is a cave drawing that occurs on all 3 major continents that has now been interpreted as man's drawing of a plasma fields in the sky(men drew what they saw back in the prehistoric days) and that based on the angle the drawing was made it seems that the figure was in the sky at that time. They also back it up with quotes from mythology(had to be based on fact from somewhere) about how the gods of venus and mars always used lightening bolts for weapons(plasma and lightening tend to go hand in hand). Anyways, would definitely change our whole view of the universe if electricity was considered the primary force in the universe instead of gravity.

Sorry for the rambling.
-Eddie B.

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Re: Electric theory??

Post by JosephBlow » Fri Oct 14, 2005 2:59 am

Hi Frank, I enjoyed your postulates.

Where would you place infrasound?

http://lofi.forum.physorg.com/Linking-G ... _1764.html

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