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Offline katesisco

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Here is the link:  http://www.holoscience.com/synopsis.php?page=12 [nofollow]
Here is a link to alchemy:  quantum agriculture/capatance battery d klocek
NASA: we are experiencing an increase in gravity --measureing E gravity well.
We are inside a compressed, continually reducing sphere of the Sun influence.  It is the result of the amgnetic cloud Fluff. 
Please NOTE:  this compression is directly responsible for the increase in gas density, and amazingly the so called alchemy of nature. 
Why did the ancients search so long for what they believed possible?  Because there was a time when it was.  A time when the magnetic cloud incurred and compression ruled.  When the magnetic field drops at 2013, there will again be a desperate search for the transmutation of materials. 
Why has the plasma concept of energy and the electric universe been almost universally ignored?  Because it can then be 'discovered' when the energy is understood and captured for use.  That will never happen.  So we carry on pretending. 
The magnetic cloud causing the compression comes and goes.  We are unable to duplicate such conditions on Earth. There is insufficient energy.  We will not be able to tap the Birkeland current to do so.  We will not be able to harness the heated core of the Earth. 
What we will do is hint at success, let the cities amass unsupportable populations, and when the discontinuity of 2013 causes global catastrophe, the then equatorial regions will suffer less and be the most desirable places to isolate the treasured advances of our limited technology.  There will of course not be any nuclear facilities.  They are too dangerous.  There will be a limited number of elites who self select among themselves for genetic abilities. 
Does all this sound familiar?  10,000 the residue of the elite appeared and were forced to begin anew; mining salt for food preservation to enable voyages by sea and horses and foot.  Atlantis redux.
Our history overlooks the thousands of successful other options:  towns that make themselves a center of a single type of trade and carried out that trade over long distances.  They declined to expand; they used long distance trade routes to protect their location but in the end, history records the violent, expansive, and all too many failures.  The success are there, look at the Stupe valley outside of Lima Peru, Harappa, and many others.  They succeeded not by expansion but by careful husbandry of resources and select trade.  We can do so again, violence is not the answer. 


 

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Could we stick to the science and keep the apocalypic predictions out of this please?  Do you have a particular question to ask here?
 

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I do not understand the strange reluctance of scientists to discuss the Electric Universe in this forum.  Do you think there is no such thing?  Thanks for comments.  Joe L. Ogan
 

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I do not understand the strange reluctance of scientists to discuss the Electric Universe in this forum.  Do you think there is no such thing?  Thanks for comments.  Joe L. Ogan

1) I think most of us do think there is no such thing. 

2) The forum is mainly (aside from the New Theories section) for talking about mainstream science, i.e. science that is given serious consideration by many scientists working in the appropriate field (in this case, cosmologists).  The electric universe isn't mainstream, so I moved the post here.
« Last Edit: 01/09/2011 18:37:06 by JP »
 

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OK, I understand what you are saying but I think we may be missing something by making up our mind that there is no such thing.  Thanks for comments. Joe L. Ogan
 

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OK, I understand what you are saying but I think we may be missing something by making up our mind that there is no such thing.  Thanks for comments. Joe L. Ogan

Well, we (meaning cosmologists) considered the (lack of) evidence for the theory and decided that it isn't worth seriously pursuing.  I'm not a cosmologist, so don't expect a deep explanation of this from me, but PhysBang did do an excellent job of listing the flaws in the theory:

http://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=28589.msg298990#msg298990
 

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