Planetary associations with solar activity

Zeke the Sneak says:

September 21, 2010 at 1:13 am

Richard Holle says:
September 20, 2010 at 8:44 pm “If the above [planetary] associations are responsible for the solar activity levels as well, the question I have is the sun in any kind of control over the planetary weather effects or is it…”

I don’t mind if I remark on your extraordinary understanding of the planets and their positions and motions about the sun. That is going to be a very important piece of the puzzle, but leaving it for now;

we can plainly see that the planets have inexplicable weather according to standard meteorological theories we use here on earth.

Some examples include: planet wide dust storms as well as tornadoes the size of Mt Everest on a planet with 1% of Earth’s atmosphere; continuous lightning activity and heat enough to melt lead, as well as a stringy, cometary tail for Venus;

On the gas giants we have windspeeds on Jupiter in excess of 600 km/hr, unbelievable windspeeds likewise for Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus, along with intense lightning storms and dazzling auroral activity.

They are all showing a pattern which is at the very least can be described as exhibiting far more energy in their systems than they are receiving from the Sun in TSI.

Some people like to dink around with temperature differences (-100 or -200 deg) being enough to drive the winds. But temperature differences won’t give you radio signals, or x-rays which have been observed on Mars.

Why not look into where this power is coming from, and seek to understand the Earth’s weather effects in terms of our space age observations of the planets, rather than trying to use earthly observations to try to explain away what we see on the planets?

What the Electric Universe suggests is that these powerful phenomena are electrical in nature.


Filed under: In other online forums — by Richard Holle @ 1:13 am on September 21, 2010

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