posted on Dec, 27 2011 @ 05:09 PM
Originally posted by Unity_99
However, most of the greatest discoveries in history came about because an individual broke with the consensus. In 1950, years before the space
age, Immanuel Velikovsky concluded from his extensive interdisciplinary research that the planet Venus was remembered from the time of the dawn of
civilization as a brilliant cometary body. He concluded in his best-selling book, Worlds in Collision, that "The night side of Venus radiates heat
because Venus is hot. The reflecting, absorbing, insulating and conducting properties of the cloud layer of Venus modify the heating effect of the sun
upon the body of the planet; but at the bottom of the problem lies this fact: Venus gives off heat." Here we had two cherished beliefs being
demolished at once – that something the size of a planet could be a comet, and that Venus recently had a different orbit. Velikovsky was
"ruthlessly suppressed." Although later findings from space probes supported his conclusion, they made no difference to the consensus opinion.
Astronomers minimized the importance of Velikovsky's remarkable claim or simply dismissed it as a 'lucky guess', although one noted scholar
acknowledged at the time that Velikovsky had a remarkable record of successful predictions and no failures. The discovery that Venus was almost red
hot made it imperative for scientists to invent an explanation. The result was the "enhanced" or "runaway" greenhouse effect
I forgot to add something. Venus is not like earth, she is not our evil twin. She doesnt even have magnetic poles and doesnt rotate, thought they
quickly fixed that problem and invented a backwards rotation to mask this and make her still appear to stand still.
The reason for that was because they developed overunity, electromagnetic energy by observing the solar system. Earth spins on her access ie. FREE
ENERGY, due to the iron core, and being a wound up capacitor and all her circuits. The moon with no magnetic poles does not spin at all, nor does
But Venus has other things, in that, Venus emits heat. Its not like earth at all.
edit on 27-12-2011 by Unity_99 because: (no reason
UM, what the hell do you mean, Venus doesn't rotate?
The moon absolutely rotates. However, its rotation is in sync with its orbit around the earth, therefore, it appears that it doesn't rotate. BUT IT
Dude, not sure where you went to school, but you were educated badly.
Do some homework LINK