Hmm, ik weet niet wat ik van die Rudolph Steiner moet vinden, zn visies verhalen zijn volgens mij vanuit een christelijk oogpunt bekeken en geschreven, dus vandaar de benamingen engelen hiërarchieën etc. maar goed.
Ook lees ik hier dat hij nogal racistisch kon zijn..waarbij ik dus denk dat zijn inzicht beperkt was omdat hij visie/verhalen op zijn gedachtegoed moest aanpassen..wat ik bedoel is dat hij selectief was in het uitbeelden van zijn visie, door christelijke/ theosofische invloeden en dat hij een nogal racistisch gedachtegoed erop nahield wat zijn kijk op bepaalde dingen dus beïnvloed moet hebben.
Nu is dit bij veel mensen het geval dat zij verhalen schrijven vanuit een bepaald perspectief, maar als je zulke grote uitspraken doet over hoe alles in elkaar zit, kun je je niet laten beïnvloeden door een bepaald gedachten goed die je visie beperken dan moet je jezelf ook echt werkelijk los kunnen maken van alle dogma's (of daar doorheen kijken) en dan je verhaal doen.
Wat ik wil zeggen je moet je niet teveel vastgrijpen aan zijn theorieën (blindstaren)..als zijnde dat hij DE waarheid sprak.
Sunspot 1032 has formed within the old region 1029 from the last solar rotation. This spot group is very small at the moment.
Sunspot 1033 formed towards the eastern limb and is better organized. There will be a chance for B-Class solar flares.
Gaan we nu een Solar Flux van 90 of zelfs 100 halen? Zal het internet plat komen te liggen?
Solar observers and the SOHO spacecraft were treated to the sight of a high-flying prominence (Nov. 18, 2009). Located near the 10 o'clock position, the prominence, as seen here in extreme UV light, extends upwards at least 18 times the size of Earth. It appears to have risen up from the far side of the Sun. It did not appear at a[img]ll in an image taken six hours earlier with the same instrument and is gone in the ensuing image six hours later. Two other prominences poke out too above the lower edges of the Sun. Prominences are cooler clouds of gases suspended above the Sun by magnetic forces.
Solar wind generated by the sun is probably driven by a process involving powerful magnetic fields, according to a new study led by UCL (University College London) researchers based on the latest observations from the Hinode satellite.
Scientists have long speculated on the source of solar winds. The Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer (EIS), on board the Japanese-UK-US Hinode satellite, is now generating unprecedented observations enabling scientists to provide a new perspective on the 50-year old question of how solar wind is driven. The collaborative study, published in this month's issue of Astrophysical Journal, suggests that a process called slipping reconnection may drive these winds.
mmmmm.....weer iets nieuws: "slipping reconnection" ....yup langzaam aan gaan we naar het electrisch universum toe maar eerst nog wat zand in de lagers van de rolstoelers.....
The intensity of the Sun's magnetic field and solar wind have declined to a record low level.
On August 25, 1997, NASA launched the Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) satellite on a mission to monitor energetic ions coming from the Sun, as well as higher energy particles (cosmic rays) thought to be arriving from intergalactic space.
ACE is in orbit around the L1 LaGrange point approximately 1,500,000 kilometers from Earth and will remain there until 2024. Scientists hope that data from the spacecraft's onboard sensors will help them understand how the Solar System formed, including how the solar magnetic field moderates incoming high-speed ions. Several research groups have been investigating a possible link between our climate and cosmic rays.
During periods of high activity, energetic pulses on the Sun eject charged particles in the billions of tons. They are normally slow moving, requiring about 24 hours to reach Earth. Known as Coronal Mass Ejections (CME), an indication of their arrival is an intensification of the aurorae.
Although the Sun is in a relatively quiescent state with few sunspots visible, it occasionally erupts with solar flares that can reach incredible velocities. As a matter of observation, they continue to accelerate as they move away from the Sun. What explains this counterintuitive process?
Sunlight reaches Earth in approximately eight minutes. A solar ejection arriving in 30 minutes must be moving at more than a quarter of the speed of light. In the consensus view, such velocities are a profound mystery, yet a gigantic CME was observed on January 17, 2005, that reached our planet in less than half an hour. How do CMEs accelerate to 75,000 kilometers per second or more?
Plasma physicist Tony Peratt wrote: “...electric fields aligned along the magnetic field direction freely accelerate particles. Electrons and ions are accelerated in opposite directions, giving rise to a current along the magnetic field lines.”
Rather than shock fronts or so-called "magnetic reconnection events," the solar wind receives its impetus from an electric field that emanates from the Sun in all directions. The easiest way for charged particles to accelerate is within such a field. The Sun's e-field extends for billions of kilometers, ending at the heliospheric boundary, which the twin Voyager spacecraft are just now beginning to penetrate.
The "mysterious" acceleration of positively charged solar wind particles is an electrical phenomenon that is predicted by the Electric Sun model.
Solar flares are labeled C, M, or X: light, medium, or powerful. The January 17 CME was rated X3. However, on September 7, 2005, an X17 CME impacted Earth's magnetosphere, knocking out radio transmissions and overloading power station transformers. A veritable cosmic tornado of positive ions poured into the electrically charged environment of our planet.
Is it a coincidence that hurricanes Katrina and Rita occurred on either side of the second largest X-flare ever recorded?
In 1997, Henrik Svensmark and Eigil Fris-Christensen published "Variation of Cosmic Ray Flux and Global Cloud Coverage – a Missing Link in Solar–Climate Relationships" in which they argue for the Sun's mediating influence on Earth's climate. Essentially, the greater the number of high-energy ions that enter our magnetic field, the greater will be the cloud cover.
When the Sun enters a quiet phase in its 22 year cycle, more charged particles are able to reach Earth because the solar magnetic field is not strong enough to deflect them. As they encounter our watery atmosphere, they cause clouds to form. Similar to an old-fashioned cloud chamber, when fast moving ions fly through a region of high humidity a track of condensation appears. It was those threads of tiny droplets that were once used to monitor subatomic particles produced by linear accelerators or "atom-smashers."
Mike Lockwood and Claus Fröhlich issued a paper in 2007 that contradicted any idea of a heliocentric influence on cloud cover. Although they acknowledge that it might have had a small effect in the past, they assert that humanity's industrial activity is so great that it overshadows a solar connection. Of course, they completely ignore the role of electricity in space and contend for purely mechanistic and chemical interactions.
To Electric Universe theorists, the relationship between incoming high-speed protons from CMEs and increased storm activity, coupled with the analysis offered by Svensmark and Fris-Christensen, is not coincidental. Since water is a dipolar molecule, the fact that ions attract water vapor seems indisputable.
Ik ben benieuwd of de regio 1029 van de laatste 2 rotaties weer terug komt, en hoe sterk deze gaat worden......
Op Stereo behind is al een glimp te zien. Het ziet er naar uit dat zich alle energie op één deel van de zon gaat concentreren :eeeek: dat is mijn mening.......
The fact that Betelgeuse has a temperature measurement of about 2900 Celsius calls into question the thermonuclear model of stars. How can such cool temperatures create a radiative output that is so extreme?
Two bright regions visible in recent astronomical observations of the massive star's surface provide more evidence for the Electric Star theory.
Betelgeuse is one of the largest stars in the observable Universe. If it was placed in the Sun's position, it would be larger than Jupiter's mean orbital diameter. However, the star's material structure is so diffuse that the orbits of the inner planet's might not be affected at all.
Betelgeuse is the upper left star in the constellation Orion, also notable for the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex, a topic of several previous Picture of the Day articles. The star is considered youthful by consensus astronomers, but nearing senescence because its extravagant radiative output exceeds 100,000 times that of our Sun.
According to a recent press release, sunspots have been found on the surface of the stellar behemoth. However, there are only two of them occupying over one-third of its surface, and are said to be the signature of heat transfer from the interior through "matter convection". As the report suggests, the star is acting like a pot of boiling water—a strictly mechanical phenomenon.
Betelgeuse is notable for gigantic "bubbles of hot gas" that are in constant motion—bubbles as large as the star itself. Since it has been observed to eject massive amounts of stellar material, greater than six-times its diameter, it has been proposed that Betelgeuse is undergoing violent vertical oscillations just beneath its surface. It is that energetic motion that is causing the "hot gas" to blast into space, just as bubbles in boiling water erupt with puffs of steam.
The Electric Star theory provides another explanation. An explanation that relies on the electrical connection stars have with their galactic neighborhood, and with the Universe. Stars shine because electricity flows through each galaxy. As has been written in these pages many times, stars can be thought of as giant spheres of slow-motion lightning. It is this simple hypothesis that best matches observational evidence.
Retired Professor of Electrical Engineering Don Scott wrote in his acclaimed book The Electric Sky that a star's size, luminosity, and color have little to do with its age. Stars fall into position on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram because of the input they receive from galactic electrical circuits. As Dr. Scott wrote, the primary indicator for a star's behavior is the current density at its surface. Stars do not rely on internally generated fusion fires to supply them with energy.
Red giant stars are relatively cool but extremely bright, so they are interpreted to be quite large. Scott proposes that the "giant" characteristic is a result of an exceptionally broad corona and not because the stellar disc is oversized. The star might be small inside its extended, energetic atmosphere. The fact that Betelgeuse has a temperature measurement of about 2900 Celsius calls into question the thermonuclear model of stars. How can such cool temperatures create a radiative output that is so extreme?
Physicist and Electric Universe advocate Wal Thornhill also proposes an electrical model for Betelgeuse, and red supergiant stars, in general. Electric currents in space are primarily due to the flow of electrons through interstellar plasma, and not the movement of positive ions. This means that stars are lacking in electrons because of a charge separation process. Stars can be considered "positive anodes in a galactic glow discharge." Therefore:
“Red stars are those stars that cannot satisfy their hunger for electrons from the surrounding plasma. So the star expands the surface area over which it collects electrons by growing a large plasma sheath that becomes the effective collecting area of the stellar anode in space. The growth process is self-limiting because, as the sheath expands, its electric field will grow stronger. Electrons caught up in the field are accelerated to ever-greater energies. Before long, they become energetic enough to excite neutral particles they chance to collide with, and the huge sheath takes on a uniform ‘red anode glow.’ It becomes a red giant star."
Betelgeuse is an electric star, and the bright regions are areas where electric currents are flowing with the greatest Amperage.
The first registered M-Class flare of Cycle 24 has taken place at 13:41 UTC Tuesday around the new region about to rotate into view on the Eastern Limb. Several C-Class flares have taken place as well. This event did cause a G1 Radio Blackout according to NOAA.
Wow, gaan we het nu echt beleven! :whoa: Afbeelding (op het moment dat ik dit plaats staat er een gele waarschuwing "M CLASS FLARE", de melding is realtime)