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Monday, August 29, 2016

The Electric Universe Model -- Another Instance of $cience Failing Us

stock here-- Much of science has been known for decades or longer.    But only "mainstream
science" is taught in high school and colleges.

Somehow this controls the narrative, and controls how even our "best and brightest" think.    They think inside the box, they have lost the ability to actually think for themselves.

This is just one example, the Electric Universe, being popularized by Suspicious0bservers, et al is telling.    And is their work on Space Weather.    And one example of how "our star", the sun, and magnetism affect really large earthquakes on Earth.

This doesn't fit well with the "human centric" view that we thought we got past hundreds of years ago.     The three pound insane hairless ape brain is pretty disappointing as an evolutionary tactic, it's SAD, Species Assured Destruction.

See 2nd article below.   So much is known, yet poorly disseminated.  Instead, we get "Common Core" education in which students are forced to do math by drawing pictures of cows, and are penalized for "stacking".    If  you don't understand how absurd and horrible this is, do some Google work on that.

The powers that be do not want the little people to get distracted by REALITY, and to be aware of the grave risks we are at via
  1. an upcoming and overdue Carrington Effect, 
  2. or a EMP device, 
  3. or the risk of old nuclear plants melting down,  
  4. or the fact that we only know 10% of the space rocks that could nuke us back to the stone age.    

There are those that depend on our dependency.      They want the little people to KNOW that "they" have it all covered.     By the reality is showing itself in more and more ways, and the further the game goes, the harder it is to cover up.

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The Earth is negatively charged, carrying 500,000 Coulombs (C) of electric charge (500 kC),[2] and is at 300,000 volts (V), 300 kV,[3] relative to the positively charged ionosphere. There is a constant flow of electricity, at around 1350 amperes (A) [approximately 1100 A][3], and resistance of the Earth's atmosphere is around 220 Ohms.[3]

This gives a power output of around 400 megawatts (MW), which is ultimately regenerated by the power of the Sun that affects the ionosphere, as well as the troposphere, causing thunderstorms. The electrical energy stored in the Earth's atmosphere is around 150 gigajoules (GJ).

The Earth-ionosphere system acts as a giant capacitor, of capacity 1.8 Farads.
The Earth's surface carries around -1 nC of electric charge per square meter.

https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Natural_electric_field_of_the_Earth

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 http://sedonanomalies.weebly.com/earths-magnetic-field.html


Unexpected Shield Drop

Regarding how our magnetic field is changing, what is understood today in the scientific community is that the solar wind presses against the Earth's magnetosphere almost directly above the equator, where our planet's magnetic field points north. Scientists previously believed that if a bundle of solar magnetism came along and pointed north, too, the two fields should reinforce one another, strengthening the Earth's magnetic defenses and slamming the door shut on the solar wind.

In the language of space physics, a north-pointing solar magnetic field is called a "northern IMF" (interplanetary magnetic field) and it is synonymous with "shields up".

The big surprise is that when a northern IMF came along, the shields went down. This has completely overturned many scientists' understanding of things. As researchers investigated the tear in the magnetic field, they discovered that 20 times more solar wind passed into the Earth's protective shield when themagnetic fields were aligned.

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And this whole meme of "Junk Science" is getting more popular.

http://junkscience.com/2016/08/upcoming-showdown-at-the-national-academy-of-sciences-corral/
 

16 comments:

  1. We are taught from the best teachers, who themselves were taught from the best, and so on. College science and engineering education at the bachelor's level is based on learning first principles. At the masters level, the emphasis is on synthesis for professional practice. The PhD level, which is much maligned by those that dont understand that process, serves as that point where true independent thinking starts. The PhD level engineer has no more core coursework, but is leaps and bounds ahead of any Internet self-taught or self-styled engineer. This is evident in viewing many amateur accounts of specious scenarios and hypotheses.

    I know where you are going. You think a Carrington event will lead to global nuclear disaster. All it will do is cause automatic shutdown and core cooling to Mode 5 is accomplished with natural circulation. Thats the real physics.

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    1. Ya, that natural circulation worked REAL GOOD at Fukushima. I guess you are the best and brightest.

      And all their systems weren't fried. In a Carrington, the wires and the control panels would all be fried.

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    2. The cooling corcuits were inundated. Still 20,000 dead from the tsunami none from radiation, even at the plant.

      You dont need wires for nat circ. Heat rises, cools by convection.then falls due to gravity.. heats up and repeats. I thought you knew this. Because if you did, you would realize how lame your proposition would be.

      Now whatabout the thiusands of airplanes in the skies at rhe time?

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    4. those airplanes will likely all be a loss. I take that risk at my choosing for my purpose and benefit.

      Unlike nuke....unacceptable risk and no choice.

      BWR is not set up as you pretend. And valves are always broke and not tested.

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    5. You mean lives will be lost from airtravel once again. The nuke plants will coast down to Mode 5. You do know what Mode 5 is right?

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    6. Valves fail in safe position. If they are to be open, they will fail open. If they are to be closed they will fail in the closed position. I thought you knew about plant ops?

      Also Carrington event wont tax UPS or mechanical piping like a tsunami.

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    7. Airplane might crash on your house or elementary school. The poor kiddies. Risk is relative. Nuke much less than air travel. Documented fewer deaths/op hrs. Dont give me Yablokov millions. Habeas corpus. Produce the actual cases not mumbo jumbo stats that can be massaged and manipulated

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    8. I subscribe to Power Mag, they always have articles about failed valves at nuke plants.

      Special inspections, etc. In this article 3 of 4 critical valves failed. Shame Shame

      http://www.powermag.com/nrc-investigates-control-valve-failures-at-callaway-nuclear-plant/

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    9. Airplane might crash on your house or elementary school. The poor kiddies. Risk is relative. Nuke much less than air travel. Documented fewer deaths/op hrs. Dont give me Yablokov millions. Habeas corpus. Produce the actual cases not mumbo jumbo stats that can be massaged and manipulated

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    10. Valves fail in safe position. If they are to be open, they will fail open. If they are to be closed they will fail in the closed position. I thought you knew about plant ops?

      Also Carrington event wont tax UPS or mechanical piping like a tsunami.

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    11. You mean lives will be lost from airtravel once again. The nuke plants will coast down to Mode 5. You do know what Mode 5 is right?

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    12. Mode 5, is that what happened to Reactor 3 at Fukushima....you know "natural cooling"

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  2. Good stuff stock. But '220 ohms' for the atmosphere? I'm assuming you just left out several zeroes. "
    http://fire.cfs.nrcan.gc.ca/faq_lightnin...
    The resistivity of air is 3 gigaohms/m for a 1-cm cross section near the surface, "
    plowboy

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    1. none of the links work, but this was interesting
      http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_3/chpt_7/2.html
      Under ordinary conditions, air has an extremely high amount of resistance. It is so high, in fact, that we typically treat its resistance as infinite and electrical conduction through the air as negligible. The presence of water and/or dust in air lowers its resistance some, but it is still an insulator for most practical purposes. When a sufficient amount of high voltage is applied across a distance of air, though, its electrical properties change: electrons become "stripped" from their normal positions around their respective atoms and are liberated to constitute a current. In this state, air is considered to be ionized and is referred to as a plasma rather than a normal gas. This usage of the word "plasma" is not to be confused with the medical term (meaning the fluid portion of blood), but is a fourth state of matter, the other three being solid, liquid, and vapor (gas). Plasma is a relatively good conductor of electricity, its specific resistance being much lower than that of the same substance in its gaseous state

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    2. Yeah, that link I posted was bad. it was in a quote somewhere. Ok, the plasma explanation would change things. Plasma or ion chimneys have been reported above operating nuclear power plants in Arto's videos. And when Fukushima blew, the top of the atmosphere was being observed from satellite for heat, and the temperature went up over Fukushima. Some or a lot of the finer radioactive particles got swept up high rather quickly, IMO.
      plowboy

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