The Universe Electric, Vol. 2: Sun eBook

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The Universe Electric, Vol. 2: Sun eBook
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Author Wallace Thornhill
Published 2009
Publisher Mikimar Publishing
Pages 118

Never has remote space inspired greater awe than in the first part of the 21st Century. But can it really be said that we understand the new vistas, the exotic structures, and intensely energetic events now revealed to us? As descriptions grow more complex, unified explanations seem ever more elusive. Yet a new vision of the universe is emerging, and it includes something long overlooked?the role of electricity powering the stars in space. The UNIVERSE ELECTRIC ebook series began with volume 1: Big Bang? and continues with this volume 2: The Sun. In simple language stripped of scientific jargon, and with spectacular photographs of solar phenomena and numerous graphic illustrations, this second volume gives a view of a well-substantiated, simpler model of solar function. This model explains: the inverse temperature gradient, the accelerating arcs. the solar cycle, the accelerating solar wind, the pulses, the perfect sphericity, the sunspots, the surface rotation gradient, etc.

In doing this, it also offers an alternative point of view that has been a century in the making; a point of view actually anchored in empirical science and lab experimentation, and which illuminates the shadowy confusion of anomalies and contradictions that the current popular theory has spawned.

118 pages of highly graphical content leading the reader through an overview of the development and underpinnings of the Electric Sun model.

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