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Originally posted by NGC2736
OK, you could have posted sooner and saved me from relying on my feeble brain to try and get the explanation up.
But is the heat from the plasma itself or from the atmosphere be interacted with by the plasma? And what is the reason that the hotspot is not as noticeable for Earth?
Originally posted by gottago
Fascinating article squiz; Thornhill predicts the hot (di-) poles on Saturn spot-on.
I'd like to read an explanation of the hexagonal structures in relation to the EU/Plasma universe theory (which I've accepted for some time now; it's so compelling).
Originally posted by squiz
This was actually predicted by electric theorist Wall Thornhill, mgmirkin posted some info on this in my thread on the electric sun.
Here's the link to Wall Thornhills article written in 2005.
Saturns Strange Hot Spot Explained.
This guy has made several startlingly accurate predictions in the last several years, quite extraordinary in a field where constant surprise is normal.
Another confirmation for EU/plasma Theory.
[edit on 7-1-2008 by squiz]