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Anode Sun vs Cathode Sun


by Lloyd » Sat Feb 09, 2013 12:39 pm

6 Models to Compare
S: Standard Model: Nebular - Gravity - Nuclear Fusion
E: EU Model: Electric Plasma - Compressive Ionization - Anode - Electric Current
K: KB Cathode Model: Kristian Birkeland's Hollow Terella - Cathode - Electromagnet
C: CC Cathode Model: Charlels' Nebular - Compressive Ionization - Cathode Sun
B: BC Cathode Model: Brant's Electric Plasma - Aether - Iron Antenna - Cathode Sun
M: MM Cathode Model: Michael's Supernova - Neutronium Core - Iron - Cathode Sun

Why compare these models? Because all of them seem to be based on good data, all of them seem to overlook some data, and by comparing I think we have found ways to unify the data into one complete theory. It appears that combining data from the Standard Model and the EU Model can produce a better hybrid model.

Monty Childs is working on the SAFIRE project to test the EU anode model, but we hope they will also test the cathode model, because all it may require is to reverse the direction of current or the like. Feel free to ask the EU team to test the cathode model. We got word that they may be doing so, but we haven't heard this directly from Monty.

Sun Formation
S: Sun formed from gravitational collapse of nebular cloud into hot ball of plasma
E: Sun formed from magnetic pinch of galactic electric current as hot ball of plasma
K: ?
C: Sun formed from electromagnetic gravitational implosion of nebular cloud into hot ball of plasma
B: same as EU Model, but the plasma ball was mostly iron and hollow inside
M: Sun formed from supernova implosion making a small neutronium core inside an iron plasma

Energy Source
S: Fusion in the core by gravitational pressure releasing heat
E: Electron stream from galactic electric circuit releasing protons
K: Internal electromagnet releasing heat, electrons and protons
C: Internal compressively ionized matter releasing heat, electrons and protons
B: Aether from galactic center forming and releasing electrons in hollow solid iron globe
M: Neutron decay releasing heat, electrons and protons from neutronium core

Explanation of Solar Features
S: Plasma heating under gravitational pressure
E: External electric currents producing anode tufting and electric discharges
K: Internal electric currents producing cathode effects
C: Same
B: Same
M: Same

Solar Interior
S: Mostly Hydrogen and Helium throughout with some heavier elements in the core
E: Mostly heavy element core and lighter elements above the core
K: ?
C: Similar to EU Model
B: Hollow solid iron with light elements atmosphere
M: Neutronium core within solid iron and light elements atmosphere

We'll show that the Standard Model seems to be one extreme and the EU Model may be somewhat another extreme, the former relying too much on gravity and EU too much on electric currents.
S: Extreme based on gravity
E: Extreme based on anode with mostly external electric currents
K: Hybrid based on cathode with mostly internal electric currents
C: Same
B: Same
M: Same

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