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Den mest kontroversielle, men også mest fundamentale, påstanden i Rolf Witzches TOE-presentasjon er antagelig at vi befinner oss i et "plasma-elektronisk univers". Her går han langt i å antyde at solforskningsprogrammet Ulysses ble stoppet i 2009 fordi forskerne gjorde oppdagelser som "er kritisk for menneskehetens fremtid":

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The key factor in understanding the terrestrial Ice Age dynamics and the
precursors that are already evident, is located in understanding the
electric nature of the universe. Nothing is more fundamental for it than
this. Gravity was the focus of astronomy from Kepler onward, but in the
21st century the focus is shifting to electromagnetism and plasma.
According to researchers associated with the Los Alamos National
Laboratory, 99.999% of all the observable matter in the universe exists
in the plasma state. We live in a Plasma Universe.
Because plasma consists of free electrons and protons, plasma is as good
a conductor of electricity than copper, silver, or gold. Lightning offers a
dramatic manifestation of this conductive property. However, plasma
electricity is also subject to gravity. All matter is subject to gravity.

All matter is subject to the force of gravity, including the plasma
particles. What makes the plasma particles unique, is that they also react
to electric and magnetic forces. The electric and magnetic forces are 36
orders of magnitude stronger than the force of gravity. Nor do they
diminish with the square of the distance, as does gravity, but only
linearly, which gives these forces a near infinite reach.

It is hard to acknowledge that plasma in space is electricity that
responds to both, the force of gravity and the electric force. Electric
plasma is attracted to the Sun by its gravity. In this interaction the
electric density becomes great, to the point that an electric charge
separation occurs. When the built up tension becomes great enough, an
electric arc discharge occurs with the power of the electric force. On
Earth the discharge is seen occasionally as lightning. On the Sun, the arc
lightning is continuous and universal. It illumines the Sun from the
outside. The reactive region is called the photosphere.

When the discharge becomes too explosive, it occasionally rips a hole into
the photosphere which reveals the lower region of the Sun as being
dramatically darker. It also rips a hole into the theory that the Sun is
internally powered by a nuclear fusion furnace deep within. If it was, the
lower layers would be brighter instead of being darker. Great efforts are
being made with convoluted theories to rescue the solar nuclear fusion
concept. So far none of these efforts have been able to explain what
forces, other than the electric force, would cause the solar winds to be
accelerated to millions of miles per hour as they flow away from the Sun
and thereby heat up to millions of degrees. Ultimately it will be
acknowledged that our sun is an electric star, and all the stars in the
universe likewise, even that the universe is electrically powered and is
thereby anti-entropic in nature.

The factor of electric density is probably the most significant
determining element in the dynamic interplay in the electric system that
creates and maintains the solar heliosphere. If we are looking for Ice Age
precursors, we will find them in this system, long before they become
evident elsewhere.
So, what do we find there?

What we find there is amazing. NASA's Ulysses spacecraft, has
measured a 20% decrease in solar wind pressure in a timeframe of 10
years. The Ulysses mission was launched in 1990 to encircle the sun in a
unique orbit that carries it over both the sun's poles and its equator,
giving Ulysses a global view of solar wind activity.

The principle investigator, Dave McComas, tells us that the observed
reduction makes the heliosphere the weakest it's been since the
monitoring of the solar wind began almost 50 years ago. The spacecraft
made 3 orbits around the Sun on a polar trajectory. The values received
from the third orbit, shown in blue, were radically lower than those
received during the 1st orbit, shown in green.

While the speed of the million miles per hour, solar wind, hasn't
decreased much - only 3% - the change in pressure comes as a surprise. It
is made up of reductions in solar-wind temperature, and also in solar wind
density. In the timeframe between the three orbits, the solar wind has
become 13% cooler and 20% less dense. Ulysses also found that the Sun's
underlying magnetic field has weakened by more than 30% since the mid-
1990s, which reduces the natural shielding against cosmic rays even more.

Ulysses cosmic-ray data shows , as one would expect as the result of the
lower solar-wind pressure, that the high energy electrons in the giga-
electron-volt range have increased in numbers. They have jumped in
numbers by about 20%. That's an enormous jump. This jump is an
undeniable telltale component of a climate change precursor, and Ice Age
precursor, that is manifest in increases in cosmic rays reaching the Earth.

It is known from measurements in structures that formed near the end
of the last Ice Age, that the cosmic-ray flux was twice as dense during
the glacial period. With a 20% jump in cosmic-ray flux having already
occurred during the last 50 years, we are presently a fifth of the way
towards full Ice Age conditions. If this progression is linear in nature, we
will experience full Ice Age conditions in 200 years. However, the rapid
decline in solar wind pressure that the Ulysses probe has measured,
suggests that the progression towards the next Ice Age is exponential,
rather than linear. In this case, if the trend continues exponentially, we
will be in full Ice Age conditions in just a few decades, possibly even
before 2050.
That's the awesome precursor that Ulysses brings home. With this
achievement completed, the Ulysses mission was closed down in 2009,
after nearly 19 years in operation, putting the onus on humanity to act on
its discovery. To the best of my knowledge the Ulysses mission was not
closed down as the result of equipment failures. Officially its mission
objective had been achieved, but in the light of its discovery in 2008,
that is critical for the future of humanity, one cannot help wondering if a
deeper reason might not have stood behind the termination of the mission
as its finding countered the global warming dogma, against which high-
profile opposition is not allowed.

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translator, jeg la ut denne filmen en tid tilbake. Interesserer du deg virkelig for dette, tror jeg den er midt i blinken. Den er fascinerende samme hva man vet eller ikke vet, samme hva man tror eller ikke tror. Egentlig begynte jeg å interessere meg for dette av en eneste grunn. Alle innlegg om dette blir slettet av Anthony Watts...

Er det muligheter for å se på Youtube der Nicola Tesla befinner seg, er jeg sikker på at han har sett denne filmen flere ganger. ;)



--- Sitat fra: translator på Juli 01, 2013, 11:35:19 am ---Den mest kontroversielle, men også mest fundamentale, påstanden i Rolf Witzches TOE-presentasjon er antagelig at vi befinner oss i et "plasma-elektronisk univers".

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Det er definitivt kontroversielt. I mangel av argumenter til støtte for en slik hypoteste, anser jeg "the electric universe" å være pseudovitenskap på linje med AGW. Men kom gjerne med gode argumenter, jeg er ikke uvillig til å skifte mening hvis argumentene er overbevisende nok.

Eksempelvis sier konvensjonell teori at solas energikilde er fusjonsreaksjoner i solas indre, noe proponentene for "the electric universe" avviser, de hevder solas energi kommer utenfra.

Jeg synes dette virker svært søkt, og lurer på om du har et syn på dette.


--- Sitat ---Jeg synes dette virker svært søkt, og lurer på om du har et syn på dette.
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Nå skal jeg ikke svare for Translator, men trenger man alltid ha et syn på ting, kan det ikke holde å være nysgjerrig? Det er vel nysgjerrigheten som har drevet forskning og kunnskap framover. Ellers mener jo mange at "science it not settled ;)
Og her er vi vel inne på områder der forskere oftere gjetter enn beviser.


--- Sitat fra: seoto på Juli 01, 2013, 12:36:06 pm ---Nå skal jeg ikke svare for Translator, men trenger man alltid ha et syn på ting, kan det ikke holde å være nysgjerrig?
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Nysgjerrighet er avgjørende for å åpne nye spor for forståelse, det er meget viktig. Samtidig kan det være nyttig med intuisjon for hva som kan ha noe for seg og hva som ikke har det. Det som skiller ren spekulasjon fra vitenskap, er den vitenskapelige metode, der man jo setter opp hypoteser og prediksjoner med utgangspunkt i hypotesene. Så tester man prediksjonene mot empiriske observasjoner for å konkludere hva som holder mål.

Så jeg er i utgangspunktet positiv til translators initiativ, men gikk et skritt videre for å se om hypotesen om "the electric universe" holder mål i forhold til den observerte energiproduksjonen på sola, og i forhold til konvensjonell gravitasjonsteori.

Så, nei det er i kke tilstrekkelig å være nysjgerrig, men det er en viktig forutsetning  8)


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