Sunday, July 16, 2017

Why Do Stars and Planets Have Magnetic Fields? | Space News

Thunderbolts Project | Jul 16, 2017

A major tenet of Electric Universe theory is that electrical currents flowing through the conductive medium of plasma induce powerful magnetic fields at all scales throughout the cosmos. Of course, on our own Earth, the Norwegian experimentalist Kristian Birkeland postulated more than a century ago that electrical current systems produce Earth’s auroras, a thesis confirmed decades ago.

In this episode, author Richard Moore explores from an electrical perspective two fundamental astronomical questions: Why do stars and planets have magnetic fields, and why do they rotate?

Donald Scott EU 2015 presentation, "Cosmic Power Lines":

The EU2017 Conference: Future Science -- Aug 17 - 20, Phoenix:

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