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Originally posted by kennyb72
reply to post by donhuangenaro
I would suggest that if the electric universe model is correct, then the impact on our solar system will happen before we enter the clouds magnetic field.
Perhaps this could explain some of the disturbances which have been attributed to a large massive body beyond the orbit of Pluto.
Global Warming on Pluto Puzzles Scientists
By Robert Roy Britt
Senior Science Writer
posted: 09 October 2002
01:25 p.m. ET
In what is largely a reversal of an August announcement, astronomers today said Pluto is undergoing global warming in its thin atmosphere even as it moves farther from the Sun on its long, odd-shaped orbit.
Pluto's atmospheric pressure has tripled over the past 14 years, indicating a stark temperature rise, the researchers said. The change is likely a seasonal event, much as seasons on Earth change as the hemispheres alter their inclination to the Sun during the planet's annual orbit.
They suspect the average surface temperature increased about 3.5 degrees Fahrenheit, or slightly less than 2 degrees Celsius.
Originally posted by savageheart
"About 10 million years ago, a cluster of supernovas exploded nearby, creating a giant bubble of million-degree gas."
Could this possibly be the real reason for "global warming" as we are passing through these gases?
These events would play out on time scales of tens to hundreds of thousands of years, which is how long it takes for the solar system to move from one cloud to the next.
In the wake of recent discoveries, a new way of seeing the physical universe is emerging. The new vantage point emphasizes the role of electricity in space and shows the negligible contribution of gravity in cosmic events. Images returned by high-powered telescopes and recent space probes have challenged astronomers’ long-standing assumptions about galaxies and their constituent stars, about the evolution of our solar system, and about the nature and history of Earth. The new discoveries also suggest that our early ancestors may have witnessed awe inspiring electrical events in the heavens—the source of myths and symbols around the world.
Physicists say that something in the universe 'should not exist'?
How great is it that the Voyager Space Craft are still sending us information?
Originally posted by poet1b
NOTE: This has nothing to do with global warming people, give it a break.
Originally posted by gazerstar
Physicists say that something in the universe 'should not exist'? That sounds like something God might say since it would be his area of expertise and all. What does that say about scientists?
Originally posted by donhuangenaro
well, I see this as a huge blow to standard universe model because, I quote:
interstellar cloud that physics says should not exist.
maybe the standard model physics says it should not exist, but not Electric Universe model for which this is something normal...
how many more proof do arrogant mainstream scientists need to include electricity into their faulty gravity only model of the universe?
gravity does not create magnetic fields!
[edit on 24-12-2009 by donhuangenaro]
"The observed temperature and density of the local cloud do not provide enough pressure to resist the 'crushing action' of the hot gas around it," says Opher. So how does the Fluff survive? The Voyagers have found an answer. "Voyager data show that the Fluff is much more strongly magnetized than anyone had previously suspected—between 4 and 5 microgauss*," says Opher. "This magnetic field can provide the extra pressure required to resist destruction."
Originally posted by lifeinthematrix
"We" as a solar system, are about to enter something called the "Alcyone's rings", a flow of energy that is going to affect everything for 2000 years. This is described in an article that can be found here en.wikipedia.org...
Its just a matter of time before it reaches earth, then well see it for ourselves.