on Jun 30, 2012 by ThunderboltsProject
The Thunderbolts Project and the Electric Universe will be at the Natural Philosophy Alliance 19th annual Conference in Albuquerque New Mexico, July 25 to 28th.
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A Cosmic Thunderbolt Carved Valles Marineris?
In 1974, Ralph Juergens wrote of Valles Marineris:
“This region resembles nothing so much as an area zapped by a powerful electric arc advancing unsteadily across the surface, occasionally splitting in two, and now and then weakening, so that its traces narrow and even degrade into lines of disconnected craters.”
could it be that a cosmic thunderbolt carved Valles Marineris?
David Talbott continues his presentation on Martian mysteries...
good links about the subject:
Message of Valles Marineris
Planet of a Thousand Mysteries
The Thunderbolt that Changed the Face of Mars
Spiral Galaxies & Grand Canyons
= Since Dawn Of Time The Fate Of Man Is That Of Lice =
Awesome, can't wait until the conference happens and if they swing that theory by.
....there is so much to these hypotheses...they make it harder to accept the generally accepted...like asteroid craters...
.....electrical arc machining....
The electrical forces constrain the arc to contact the surface at a 90-degree angle. Because the arc typically consists of one or more pairs of channels that rotate around a common axis, a stationary arc will etch a circular crater. Most of the etched material is lifted from the surface, and the material around the edge is pinched up into a sharp rim. If the rotating channels are sufficiently far apart, they may leave a "peak" of undisturbed material in the center of the crater. Fluctuations in the current may cause variations in the depth and diameter of etching, leaving terraces along the walls.
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