posted on Jul, 19 2014 @ 10:08 PM
This is so interesting! Thank you OP.
A couple of thoughts.
1. Electric arcing that hot could certainly liquify something, so one would actually expect that 'somewhere' there might be liquid (just as with
actual volcanoes), except that it would likely either be incredibly thin or immediately hardened in this case I suppose. In any case, the 'results'
to include it 'moving around' (so, we should see a larger area of results, right) ought to provide some evidence, not just during but after the
2. There is a ridiculous amount of logical evidence for the plasma theory of the universe, regardless of the overwhelmingly entrenched alternatives.
Expect to get beat up on if you dare propose anything that falls in that category. But carry on, time will tell eventually on these things I'm
3. Are there other examples of moons orbiting within (or previously within) the magnetosphere of a planet which would in theory be expected to have,
at least potentially, some similar effects?
4. I am wondering, for planetary bodies where this happens to be the case, what impact that could have on the terrestrial development -- as you
mentioned. Are there theories by those with interests in these things, of how that might change our interpretation geologically?
5. I would really like it if just once in history, our species could look at something of which we actually know little to nothing about and say,
"How interesting, I wonder what it is? Let's refrain from making an immediate conclusion and then setting out to find evidence to prop up our
theories while kicking competing theories in the shins. Let's instead just explore every element of it we can, and openly and honestly, and see what
beautiful differences may come to light aside from the things we already know!"