posted on Jul, 8 2009 @ 11:14 AM
reply to post by brokenheadphonez
Hint, hint, look at my screen name.
Yes, there is a really good possibility that the Sun, and every star in the Universe are electric and not nuclear fusion generators. nuclear fusion
generators are hotter the closer you get to the source, but meanwhile the Sun's surface is about 5,000K the temperature of the Sun's corona can
reach two million degrees, and the Sun's corona extends over a million kilometers from the Sun's surface. That makes no sense.
Let me continue to explain.
Meanwhile it makes no sense for the Sun to generate energy in the form of nuclear fusion, if the Universe is electric, as that seems the case, and it
seems to be regulated by plasma processes, and energies generated from all over the Universe, and the Sun, as well as other stars attract these
energies through plasma processes, this could explain many rare phenomenon which has some scientists baffled, such as the electrical discharge that
emanate from asteroids, and meteors that get close to the Sun, etc.
[edit on 8-7-2009 by ElectricUniverse]