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magnetic motion

At http://phys.org/print392883815.html ... stalagmites from a cave in Indiana may contain traces of evidence of prehistoric earthquakes. The caves are in the Wabash Valley and on a fault system (published in the Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, September 2016). They also record episodes of glacial flooding of the Wabash Valley (note ... the location is in southern Indiana, well away from the Ice Age ice sheets).

The standard model of the sun

Excellent youtube video available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlpFaLgAbps&feature=youtu.be ... by Bishop Nicholas Sykes, a member of SIS (for many years). It concerns the standard model of the Sun and why it does not conform with observational data. Basically, what he is saying is the idea the Sun has a nuclear core that creates the heat to power the star is contradicted by the heat at the surface of the Sun etc. This is standard Electric Universe fare but with a difference.

Don Patten and EU

William Thompson has prepared a list of electric universe concepts in the works of Donald Patten. These include references to flaming arrows, thunderbolts, celestial arrows, celestial blasts, celestial electricity, celestial flux tubes, celestial lightning, charged particles, deadly darts etc (as well as concepts such as sky bows and the silver bowstring of Apollo). Go to EU_Concepts_in_Patten_1988_CAOT.docx

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Space Lightning

At www.spaceweather.com (August 16th) (see menu on LH side of web page) ...      space lightning over China, August 13th, photographed by Phebe Pan. He was hoping to get a shot of a Perseid meteor - but got this instead, a spectacular bolt of lightning in space. It was ejected from the top of a thunder cloud, from a position on top of a mountain. Phebe Pan said  it looked lie a tree with branches and grew up very fast.

Hawaii Petroglyphs

   Looks like the squatting man image has turned up on a beach in Hawaii. At http://phys.org/print390114735.html ... the figure was etched into sandstone rock. The comments to the article are interesting in that one of them hastens to point out the connection with Anthony Perrat's plasmoids (as in his talk to SIS, recently re-aired at the 2016 spring AGM meeting).

Green Magic

For three days the earth has been passing through a fast moving stream of solar wind. The result is this ... 

  ... fantastic aurora over Antarctica. See www.spaceweather.com ... July 13th 2016

Sun awakes

At www.spaceweather.com (July 5th 2016) we are told, unlike Earth which has auroras in response to solar activity, Jupiter makes its own auroras, in part from the gaseous exhaust of Io's volcanoes. Are they about to learn differently? Be that as may but on the same day a magnetic canyon shaped hole has opened up in the atmosphere of the Sun. Suddenly it isn't so quiet. It stretches more than 700,000 km end to end, a coronal hole where magnetic fields are peeled back to allow plasma to escape. A plume or stream of plasma will reache the Earth on July 8th or 9th.


  .. a Doughnut of light was seen over Colorado on June 8th, an enormous ring of light near the edge of space. Amateur astronomer Thomas Ashcraft photgraphed the doughnutusing a low light video camera.It lasted just a moment in time and was about 300km in width. This is what is known as an ELVE (Emissions of Light and Very Low Frequency Perturbations). These are due to Electromagnetic pulse sources - or that is the explanation.

Earth's magnetic field

At http://phys.org/print384004404.html ... earth's magnetic field deflects solar radiation and allows life to thrive (or that is the theory). It is also supposed the core is made of iron and this generates the magnetic field. The argument in the past has been when in the history of the Earth the magnetic field began, the overriding mainstream view being that it was not terribly old (far from four billion years ago).


I love bumblebees, especialy in the spring, hovering around early flowers and blossoms. At www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/bumblebees-detect-flowers-electric-buz... ... it seems flowers generate a weak electric field and bumblebees sense the electric buzz. The secret is in their fuzz (tiny hairs that act like antennae).