a reply to: Utnapisjtim
The capacitor function is just but one function. Capacitors store energy to discharge the energy at a later period. In my opinion, this is the main
cause of lightning. There is input lightning coming from the sun (and maybe the jovian planets), and output lightning when the earth seeks stability.
The output lighting is often a re-routing of electrical charge to other parts of the earth via the upper atmosphere. These superficial charges are
stored in mountains (hence ball lightning, etc). Contrary to mainstream science I believe it is this superficial charge in the crust that drags ions
in the atmosphere to various locations therein creating thunderstorms, rainstorms, hurricanes, and tornados. I used to live on a lot that had a
mountain within walking distance of my house. Regardless of the wind patterns, nearby storms ALWAYS made their way to that mountain, and it absorbed
97% of the lightning strikes.
Earthquakes are evidence of something else. I believe that when ejected coronal mass hits our magnetic field, most of it is captured and routed
towards the poles where it enters our core compartment. At that point, chemical reactions neutralize the plasma, and various compounds are formed:
iron, nickle, silica, sulfer, fresh water (the abzu), carbon,etc. As this occurs, the planet must expand to make room for the new mass, so weak spots
in the crust tear and quake. This process is so gradual that we can only observe it by comparing the slight changes in timing between lunar eclipses
over the course of centuries. The reason the process is gradual (something like .06mm/year), is because the crust has massive tears in it that allows
for gradual release of pressure.
I believe before the flood, there were little to no crustal tears, so after atleast 1656+ years of accumilation of water in the Earth, the planet
could no longer hold the material, and the flood happened. As the crust ripped into pieces, the waters of the abyss (abzu) flooded the surface,
resulting in an almost explosive expansion of our planet. If a second sun (like Sirius) was involved, then it meant that Earth was taking in mass from
both our Sun and Sirius. Depending on how close it came to us, it could have been enough to just slightly tilt our axis.
I dont think there is significant dynamo activity any of the stars or planets; at least not significant enough to generate a magnetic field. Just as
the Sun supplies our electricity, it therefore supplies our gravitic-magnetic field, where it trickles from earth to the moon. Its the flow of charge
and the capacitor function that maintains this field. Therefore as goes the Sun, so goes the Earth. If anything, the incoming energy from the sun
drives the dynamo engine that acts as an internal catalyst for the chemical reaction. I also wonder if this dynamo action acts as a barrier between
Tartarus and our reality.
This begs the question, if the stars supply the planets with charge, and the galaxies supply the stars, then what or WHO feeds the galaxies???