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Space News | The Sun -- Where's the Convection?

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Published on Aug 26, 2012

This little video segment is part of our experimental project development. At times a Skype interview works reasonably well, but sound quality can be unpredictable and video quality even more so.

We've chosen to move ahead—imperfectly—because communicating information to a growing audience is the logical priority. Put the emphasis on essential news taking us up to the January 3-6 conference in Albuquerque: ELECTRIC UNIVERSE 2013: The Tipping Point. The picture of space IS changing, and faster than any of us had anticipated. The value of this experiment is that, as viewers follow the news, it provides interdisciplinary confirmation of a single overriding message. The electric force is active everywhere in space, and electrical events are consistently more energetic than prior models predicted, or even allowed. External electrical influences on the Sun will be a key to our scientific understanding of the Electric Universe.

Projects of this sort are organized almost entirely by volunteers working with severely limited resources. But if the team effort grows as we would hope, some astonishing results could be achieved within a matter of months.

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