Saturday, August 27, 2011

Larouche continues to ignore Ice Age Emergency.

[Read this.

Summary: Larouche is pointing to the hurricane (Irene) and pretending that by engineering NAWAPA that we can moderate the climate that way. NAWAPA will take more than 50 years to build however and in the meantime, we're heading into an ice age. Witzsche has forwarded a great article to Larouche on this point but apparently Larouche has not really grasped it. Amazing.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

NASA continues to perpetrate dark matter idea.

I've been interested in astrophysics ever since I got maps of Mars and the Moon in my monthly issue of National Geographic at age 10 or 11. I posted those maps on my bedroom wall and built a model of the Apollo Lunar Lander from a kit. In high school, through independent reading, I learned about so-called "clusters" of galaxies which astonished me. Later in life, reading about black holes and dark matter, the universe became more mysterious and hard to understand. In pursuit of getting on with life, I mostly dropped my astrophysics interests... until I read "The Big Bang Never Happened" by Eric Lerner in 1995 at age 38. This book renewed my interest in the big universal picture. It denied not just the bang, but black holes and dark matter too. I began to see articles about the electric universe theory on in 2007 when I turned 50. Then in 2010 Rolf Witzsche articulated exactly what was going on in astrophysics, echoing Lerner: There is a conspiracy of misdirection occuring to prevent mankind from achieving progress required to survive... that acts in the interests of an oligarchical imperial power. NASA has become part of that imperialism by denying electric universe theory. Here's their latest effort... [Dark Matter doesn't exist]

[Enter Discussion Outline with other Rolf Witzsche and Larouche fans]

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Grand Canyon was carved out by electric-drill like tornado.

A Birkeland current in contact with the Earth might act like a rotating augur, drilling deeply into the bedrock, removing the material, and accelerating it up and away from the point of contact. The effect might be thought of as an electric vacuum, charging the debris in an expanding electric field and then blasting it upward through the power of like-charge repulsion. EDM effects in machine shops strip uniform layers from the substrate while leaving essentially a vertical wall and a flat, new surface. In an interplanetary EDM, the rotating current would tend to lift up sections of strata that would leave a terraced effect and layered appearance, much like what is seen in the Grand Canyon.