Electric Galaxies and Solar Systems

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Electric Galaxies and Solar Systems
 

Illustrated Science

Authored by Rolf A. F. Witzsche

Mainstream cosmology regards the universe, the galaxies, and the solar system exclusively organized by gravitational force that is known to be the weakest universal force. The next higher-order force in the universe is the electric force that is 39 orders of magnitude stronger than the gravitational force. However, it is not allowed to be recognized as an organizing force in the universe, because this force is expressed in electrically charged plasma that is deemed not to exist in mainstream cosmology, which thereby imprisons itself with cosmo-mythologies where nothing is actually true.
While technology has furnished astronomy with amazing capacities for looking at the universe, ironically, what is observed is being falsely interpreted on the basis of assumptions that are simply not true, that are mythological assumptions. As a consequence, ironically, mainstream astronomy looks at the universe blindfolded. What comes out of it, of course, are tragic misperceptions. The results are often so confusing that mysterious fudge factors need to be invented to make the results appear plausible. No such fudge factors are needed in plasma cosmology.
With the next Ice Age on the near horizon, potentially beginning in the 2050s, we cannot afford to play games with fudge factors. The recognition of the true nature of the universe, the galactic system, and the solar system, that together drives the Ice Age dynamics, becomes an existentially critical issue. If humanity remains 'asleep' on this front, we may all die in the easy chair of the consequence when the glaciation conditions resume, which evidence promises, will happen quickly.


Publication Date:
2016-02-01
ISBN/EAN13:
1523806761 / 9781523806768
Page Count:
152
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Science / Global Warming & Climate Change




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