THE ELECTRIC SUN

Updated 2/20/01


Figure 1. (Left) A solar flare showing the twisting motion characteristic of a Birkeland current.
(Right) An X-ray image of the sun showing the active lower corona.


Problems with the Thermonuclear (Fusion) Model

1. Missing Neutrinos

 The Solar Neutrino Problem

A Quote from Astronomy Magazine Jun 1999

2. Convection of Energy Up from the Core



 The Electric Sun Hypothesis

References:

1.  The Physics of the Sun and the Gateway to the Stars - Eugene N. Parker, Physics Today June 2000 p26-31.

2.  Guest Editorial - Anthony L. Peratt  IEEE Transactions on Plasma Physics, Dec 1986. p.613.

3.  Double Layers and Circuits in Astrophysics - Hannes Alfven (Nobel Prize) IEEE Transactions on Plasma Physics, Dec 1986. p.779.

4.  Model of the Plasma Universe - Hannes Alfven (Nobel Prize) IEEE Transactions on Plasma Physics, Dec 1986. p.629.

5.  The Persistent Problem of Spiral Galaxies - Halton Arp, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Physics, Dec 1986. p.748

6.  Evolution of the Plasma Universe: I  Double Radio Galaxies, Quasars, and Extragalactic Jets - Anthony L. Peratt IEEE Transactions on Plasma Physics,
Dec 1986 p.639.

7.  Evolution of the Plasma Universe: II The Formation of Systems of Galaxies - Anthony L. Peratt IEEE Transactions on Plasma Physics, Dec 1986. p.763.

8.  Intergalactic Plasma - Grote Reber  IEEE Transactions on Plasma Physics, Dec 1986. p.678.

9.  STELLAR THERMONUCLEAR ENERGY: A FALSE TRAIL? - Ralph Juergens, KRONOS A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis, Vol. IV, No. 4 Summer 1979, pp. 16-27.

10.  THE PHOTOSPHERE: IS IT THE TOP OR THE BOTTOM OF THE PHENOMENON WE CALL THE SUN? - Ralph Juergens, KRONOS A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis, Vol. IV, No. 4 Summer 1979, pp. 28-54.

11.  THE NOT SO STABLE SUN - Earl R. Milton, KRONOS A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis, Vol. V, No. 1 Fall 1979.
 
 



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