The role of cosmic electric currents in earth’s climate

 

by Tapestry

If you’ve been following the growth of the Electric Universe movement, you know that this growth is due largely to the power of a new paradigm to explain things left unexplained by conventional theory. The greatest surprises of the space age are not surprises to researchers exploring the role of the electric force across the cosmos. Nor is it surprising to see the electric force at work close to home, both in the sculpting of planetary surfaces and in the evolution of life on earth. In particular, two resources have proven most helpful in orienting newcomers to this large subject:

The Beginner’s Guide to the Electric Universe introduces the behavior of charged particles—or plasma—in space. The plasma environment of the Earth, the Sun, distant stars, and galaxies now challenges the “gravity-centric” dogma of 20th-century astronomy. The new picture of space adds an indispensable component: the role of cosmic electric currents.

The Essential Guide to the Electric Universe takes the intermediate reader into the spectacular complex of electric currents, magnetic fields, and associated electromagnetic radiation that define so much of our celestial environment. In the space sciences, gravity alone is no longer king.

Supplementing this foundational material are two regular features at Thunderbolts.info—”The Picture of the Day” (TPOD) and periodic science articles called “Thunderblogs,” highlighting the essential place of electrical knowledge in 21st-century science:

“Drought to Deluge” by Stephen Smith is the theme of the TPOD Pick of the Week. In this selection, he asks: Does the Earth-Sun connection play an electrodynamic role in “climate change”? As we take up climate issues in the near future, the electrical Earth-Sun transactions will emerge as a critical topic.

Yes, Andy Hall is back. In his latest Thunderblog, “The Maars of Pinacate, Part One.” Andy describes a volcanic field deemed “the most wasted of wastelands.” It seems this feature cries out for an electrical explanation.

Read more on this topic at The Thunderbolts Project >>>

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OMFG – Yellowstone Eruption In 2016? Can Shakespeare Help Me?

Thanks to Kelli Shrugs for bringing this to my attention (and to Shakespeare for the prescient lines -scroll down past pic.). The full headline reads:

Yellowstone Eruption In 2016? Shocking New Video Shows What Is Really Going On At Yellowstone

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Over the past week, our planet has been hit by large earthquake after large earthquake, and according to Volcano Discovery there are 38 volcanoes around the world that are erupting right now.  We have seen a dramatic spike in global seismic activity that is unlike anything that we have seen in ages, and that is why what is going on at Yellowstone, is so incredibly alarming.  Geologists tell us that a full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano would have up to 2,000 times the power of the Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption of 1980, and approximately two-thirds of the country would immediately become uninhabitable.  As you will see below, there are signs that something big is getting ready to happen at Yellowstone, and if it does erupt all of our lives will be permanently changed forever.
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Not being a Bible reading type of person, in times of stress I usually turn to Shakespeare for solace or inspiration. And sure enough I found these lines which helped me understand we cannot change the course of nature and must accept the inevitable.

The night has been unruly: where we lay,
Our chimneys were blown down; and, as they say,
Lamentings heard i’ the air; strange screams of death,
And prophesying with accents terrible
Of dire combustion and confused events
New hatch’d to the woeful time: the obscure bird
Clamour’d the livelong night: some say, the earth
Was feverous and did shake.
(Macbeth, 2.3)

Good old Shaky, always hits the spot.

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US Congress Passes Bill Allowing Colonization Of Space

The for all the science tits and space wankers to involunarity ejaculate. We have blogged on the looniness of Church Of Scienology evangelists who lobby governments to commit? to spending $£€trillions on colonizing space even though getting beyond our solar system with current technology presents insurmountable obstacles.

Can you imagine the cost of getting a kilo of space dust back from some planet in even a nearby solar system

by Deirdre Fulton, Common Dreams (Reproduced under CC licence):

In a bipartisan bid to encourage commercial exploitation of outer space, the U.S. Senate this week unanimously passed the Space Act of 2015, which grants U.S. citizens or corporations the right to legally claim non-living natural resources—including water and minerals—mined in the final frontier.

The legislation — described by IGN‘s Jenna Pitcher as “a celestial ‘Finders Keepers’ law”—could be a direct affront to an international treaty that bars nations from owning property in space. The bill will now be sent back to the House of Representatives, which is expected to approve the changes, and then on to President Barack Obama for his anticipated signature.

Pitcher continued:

The new Space Act allows ventures to keep and sell any natural resources mined on planets, asteroids and other celestial bodies. Commercial operations could reap trillions of dollars from mining precious metals like platinum, common metallic elements such as iron, and water, the “oil of space.”

The vote was celebrated by the Google-backed “asteroid mining company” Planetary Resources, which lobbied hard for the legislation and says “the market in space is ripe to bloom.”

Planetary Resources president and chief engineer Chris Lewicki added: “Throughout history, governments have spurred growth in new frontiers by instituting sensible legislation. Long ago, The Homestead Act of 1862 advocated for the search for gold and timber, and today, H.R. 2262 fuels a new economy that will open many avenues for the continual growth and prosperity of humanity.”

“This off-planet economy,” he said, “will forever change our lives for the better here on Earth.”

But there could be a snag. Along with Britain, France, and Russia, the U.S. is a signatory to the 1967 Outer Space Treaty, which reads in part: “Outer space, including the moon and other celestial bodies, is not subject to national appropriation by claim of sovereignty, by means of use or occupation, or by any other means.”

As Wired noted on Thursday, “handing out the right to exploit chunks of space to your citizens sounds very much like a claim of sovereignty, despite the Space Act’s direct statement that ‘the United States does not thereby assert sovereignty or sovereign or exclusive rights or jurisdiction over, or the ownership of, any celestial body’.”

“[O]n the one hand Congress is saying to these companies, ‘Go get these rights and we’’ll defend you,’ and at the same time saying, ‘We’re making no sovereign claim of ownership’,” space lawyer Michael Listner told the Guardian.

“They’re trying to dance around the issue,” he said of U.S. lawmakers. “I tend to think it doesn’t create any rights because it conflicts with international law. The bottom line is before you can give somebody the right to harvest a resource you have to have ownership.”

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Wormholes: The science behind Interstellar Travel

In a newly released video (embedded below)physicist Dr Simon Foster explains how ‘Wormholes’ the theoretical “shortcuts” through space-time, known as Einstein – Rosen bridges could enable travel across space and time and make interstellar travel possible.

The current interesting in wormholes is inspired by Interstellar, the latest of tat genre of Sci – Fi films that encourages science tits to believe it is a fly on the wall documentary. Directed by Christopher Nolan, Interstellar tells of the adventures of a group of science tit explorers who use newly discovered wormholes to travel through different dimensions and cover vast distances in order to bring back food to their dying planet. Easy to understand how conehead could confuse it with everyday reality then.

The film makers hired acclaimed astrophysicist Kip Thorne as technical adviser. Thorne claims that, in theory, it might be possible to stabilise a wormhole and use it to cross space and time, or to cross over into other universes.

“Wormholes would allow faster than light travel, or we would be able to cheat a little bit, and break the speed of the light,” said physicist Dr Foster explains. It is had to decide what the principle scientific discipline here actually is, the science of talking theoretical bollocks or the science of flushing taxpayers money down the toilet.

And if the scenarion protrayed in this film could possibly happen how long does anyone think it woyld be before a bunch of nine armed, three headed squid like creatures turned up demanding asylum and claiming the authorities in their own dimension were persecuting them by forcing them to work for a living.

Our politicians in collusion with unelected bureaucrats working for the U N (United Nebulae) would declare that in the interests of multiculturalism and diversity we should accept all the aliens demands and pay for everything they wanted.

Watch Dr Foster explain what you would need to do to create such a wormhole, what it might look like and what could be on the other side.

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Look humans, this is not going to happen, OK. It’s bollocks, here’s why … Drag yourself six miles into the sky (tho top of Everest and unless your body has the support or prostection of a lot of expensive technology you die slowly.

Sit yourself on top of a bomb that produces thrust by means of a controlled explosion (don’t let anyone tell you rocket science is clever) and fire yourself ten miles above the earth and unless you are protected by a mini-environment costing $£€billions simulator you die very quickly.

Want to experience other worlds? Then get spiritual, study Hindu or Buddhist philosophy (not the Abrahamic religions which are all about paternalism and control freakery) ans set off on your own exploration of inner space. Imagination can put you wherever you want to be, consciousness is not tethered to a specific location or point in time.

In other words if you want to visit Jupiter – just go. Not the best choice for a beach holiday, too many noxious, gaseous vapours surrounded by some pretty uninteresting asteroids. But that’s the beauty of imagination, if you fancy a world of barren rock, with an atmosphere of toxic gas, populated by a race of beautiful alien Mermaids with three breasts bu no vagina, the human mind can create it. Why had your hard earned to science tits who are so lacking in imagination the have to go looking for Utopia.

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Mars attacks (picture source)

So when was that once upon a time respectable newspaper The Daily Mirror taken over by The National Enquirer or The Sunday Sport. I was just blogging over on Little Nicky Marchiavelli about conspiracy theories that just cannot be taken seriously and straight away I find this – the gods of blogging truly smile upon Boggart Blog …

“Retired US Marine claims he spent 17 years on MARS protecting five human colonies from Martians The – Daily Mirror

The retired officer, known only as Captain Kaye, also claims to have served in a secret ‘space fleet’ run by a multinational organisation called the Earth Defense Force.

The ex-naval infantryman, who uses the pseudonym Captain Kaye, says he was posted to the Red Planet to protect five human colonies from indigenous Martian life forms.

He claims he then spent nearly three years serving in a secret ‘space fleet’ run by a multinational organisation called the Earth Defense Force, which recruits military personnel from countries including the US, Russia and China.”

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Humans NOT To Blame For Global Warming – Pffffffffffffft

Humans are NOT to blame for global warming, says Greenpeace co-founder, there is ‘no scientific proof’ climate change is manmade.

We told you so.

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Climate science up in flames – source

What a shit year is has already become for the CAGWARTs (Carbon-dioxide Anthropogenic Global Warming Alternative Reality Trolls. We have had Prof. Mike (Hockey Stick) Mann’s attempt to sue those who said his research relied on fake data and called him a fraud laughed out of court and Prof Mann now facing ruinous legal fees and possible criminal charges, we have had the Greenpeace research ship sailing antarctic waters to measure how quickly the ice was melting getting stuck in ice that the “science” insisted was not there, we had the National Environmental research Council accepting funding from Shell and now this:

There is no scientific proof of man-made global warming and a hotter earth would be ‘beneficial for humans and the majority of other species’, according to a founding member of environmental campaign group Greenpeace.

The assertion was made by Canadian ecologist Patrick Moore, a member of Greenpeace from 1971 to 1986, to U.S senators on Tuesday.

He told The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee: ‘There is no scientific proof that human emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) are the dominant cause of the minor warming of the Earth’s atmosphere over the past 100 years. If there were such a proof it would be written down for all to see. No actual proof, as it is understood in science, exists.

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As we’ve always said, Anthropogenic Global Warming was a political rather than an environmental campaign. The new World Order of banksters and academic wanksters thought they scare us into volunteering for slavery.

This oldman, he’s played God

It was fun to squash the sod, with a nik nak paddywak …

A few days ago the press and leftie blogs were getting themselves all in a lather about a story which claimed that a quarter of Americans do not know the earth orbits the sun. Here’s the beginning of one report:

One in four Americans are completely unfamiliar with Nicolaus Copernicus’s 1543 theory that the Earth circles the Sun, according to a study by the National Science Foundation.

The survey, released on Friday at an annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, asked 2,200 people nine factual questions about physical and biological science, 46% responded with the average score being just 5.8 correct answers.

The question – “Does the Earth go around the Sun, or does the Sun go around the Earth” – was answered incorrectly by 26 per cent of respondents.(This is actually a misrepresentation, it was 26% of 46% – which tells you a lot about the people who organised the survey – Boggart Blog)

Fewer than half of the respondents – 48 per cent – are aware that humans evolved from earlier species of animals and just 39 percent answered correctly that “the universe began with a huge explosion”. (Erm – that’s not proved actually, what about the infinite universe theory?)

A total of 42 per cent of Americans said that astrology is either “very scientific” or “sort of scientific”.

I left a comment:

What always baffles me about this kind of article is why the authors and fellow travellers think it is so important that people are aware of a fact that makes no difference to their lives.

We can’t change how the clockwork of the solar system operates so the realationship with earth is really of little concern, it’s like asking “What is the capital of Mongolia?” People either know or they don’t.

The solar system, the galaxy and the universe work the way they do because that’s how they work. If they worked differently then we probably wouldn’t exist and nobody would be any wiser. Meanwhile whether you live in America, Europe, Asia or somewhere else there are plenty of practical problems right here on earth that need our urgent attention.

Although I think few British people would be unaware of our planet’s relationship with the sun, I would say not knowing how to fry an egg or cook some chips are actually more important.

Oldman replied:

I take it you are a teacher; probably the most stupid and uneducated people working in our vile public sector. Two thirds of teachers don’t know how to divide fractions. And they don’t care. They argue that if they don’t teach mathematics (we used to call it sums) they have no need to know.

To be properly educated we all need to know the basics: dividing fractions and knowing that the Earth moves around the sun.

For example if you don’t know about the sun and the Earth you won’t know about Galileo, the renaissance and the evils of religion – in this case the Catholic Church. Catholics were burned at the stake for promoting science and Galileo was threatened with torture and kept under house arrest for the rest of his life for stating that – the Earth goes around the sun.

The renaissance movement shifted to the north and the world was educated and reformed; democracy invented and the industrial revolution brought about by the work of northern Europeans while the south languished in backwardness and poverty.

Get it?

To which I had to respond:

No I don’t get it, I think you are a very confused person. And whatever gave you the idea I might be a teacher. BTW it was Copernicus who proposed the heliocentric solar system although it was known to those ignorant savages the Hellenes, Persians, Assyrians, Babylonians and north European Druids.
Until quite recently most people did not care whether the sun went round the earth, went to Scarborough for its summer break or voted for the Liberal Democrats. It did what it did and that’s the only thing that mattered.

Now I’m not in any way religious but I am tolerant and I think Oldman, your true nature is shown when you talk about the evils of religion.

You are one of those bigots who think we should impose your prejudices on everybody.

I’d say a pedantic boor like you is behaving much more like a teacher (aka pedagogue) than I do.

See Oldman’s problem there, apart from his obvious likeness to a human posterior body orifice, is that he assumes what he believes is important and what anybody else believes is irrelevant. I know the earth orbits the sun and it does not make any difference to me. (I can divide fractions too but can’t remember when I last needed to do it). I don’t know the times of trains from Preston to Machester but I don’t travel by train. To someone who lives in Preston and travels by train to work in Manchester each day it would be very important to know those train time, but knowing that the earth goes round the sun, while a ‘nice to have’ is not important as there is nothing they could do to change it.

Were I a third world subsistence farmer (there are more of them than of us so what they need to know is relevant) I may or may not know about the earth’s orbit and whether I did would be irrelevant to my efforts to scratch a living from a couple of acres of barren, rocky soil.

Nor would I give a flying fuck that democracy was invented in ancient Greece long before the renaissance, that Iceland can legitimately claim to be the world’s oldest democracy – their parliament, the Althing, is the oldest one to operate continuously, it was formed in 930 by Vikings. This was somewhat before the renaissance in what I’m sure Silly Oldman would call the dark ages although if we look north and east of the Mediterranean they weren’t that dark. In a short comment, for someone who acts so superior he was very wrong about very many things.

Far from developing a sense of wonder as they looked at the sun and stars the people of the far north “where the black rocks stand against the cold sea” (h/t Noggin The Nog) just made up some myths to explain things to curious children and got on with solving really important problems like how to cath more herring, make better cheese and brew better beer or forge sharper swords.

Want the final verdict on why you should ignore Silly Oldman? Today I saw him in another thread, grizzling about how David Cameron is unfit to be Prime Minister because he (Cammers) believes there is a God. Now Cammers may be unfit to be Prime Minister for many reasons, leaving his daughter behind in a pub and being cuckolded by Boris Johnson and supporting TTIP among them, but I would love to see Oldman trying to back up his assertion that there is no God with scientific proof. As scientific proof of a God already exists (see Godel’s Ontological Proof Of God, and was recenty verified by computer,) I say the pedantic science tit Oldman ought to shut the fuck up and leave the existentialist philosophy business to intelligent people.

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Godel’s mathematical proof of God. Godel, a close friend of Einstein, was mad as a box of frogs but a genius at sums (source)

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