Originally posted by Kaytagg
reply to post by DangerDeath
Before you go embracing bogus theories spread on ATS, you should look at the existing literature (theories supported by observation) and then branch
off into the fringe stuff.
Truth is stranger than fiction, anyways. Read up on quantum mechanics and relativity. It's all proven and it will blow your mind, unlike the
'electric universe theory.'
Oh well, I appreciate your advice, but I don't trust science so much since it always discovers new things which are contradictory to the present
information they possess. Same happened to quantum physics, it was shunned at the beginning.
The fact is, those magnetars certainly have to do with electricity, don't they? Isn't magnetism closely related to electricity? Not necessarily
electric "current", but the structure of atoms can create magnetic field and vice versus. And if the star (magnetar) is made of neutrons, where does
the magnetism come from?
Also, it is a fact that no one really understands electricity. It is there, but if it is in neutron stars, how is that possible, since there is no
difference in potential like between protons and electrons?
It is really easy to conceive a hypothesis. A supernova explosion expels all protons and electrons, and the remains are expelled later in bursts and
that's what constitutes a pulsar. It actually radiates electricity... That's why neutrons stay in place.
Or, neutrons "produce" positrons and electrons in equal proportion...
If we strictly observe all matter as waves, theory of electric cosmos actually makes a lot of sense. Change in frequency is realized as different
matter (transmutation). All particles have their own frequency.
Insulation is half of a transistor, isn't it? Insulators can be used to redirect electrical current. Computer processors, printed circuits, are very
much like that. We don't know what is the "structure" of neutron stars on subatomic level. It could just be such to direct electrical current and
offer no resistance by the way. Perhaps it can even behave as a catalyst. Definitely a source.
Frankly, science knows so little about neutron stars, and even less about quasars (which are curiously missing from this thread).
Cosmos is not vain
All is filled with
[edit on 21-6-2009 by DangerDeath]