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 The repulsion of comets' tails from our sun is presented as evidence of an electric bias within our Solar System.  Increased reddening of supernova sightings suggests a growing macroscopic electric charge to exist for the cosmos.


Emmy Noether’s Theorem of Charge Conservation excludes itself from impacting upon the dissipation of positive charge endured where fusion is sheltered from electron intervention. Without a conceivable means for such exclusive elimination of negative charge, then the presumption of a negative macroscopic charge offers itself as the plausible premise. This brings us to the rationality of taking the entire earth, including its atmosphere, to bear a negative charge. The outer array of electrons such electrification must form conforms to the Shell Theorem devised by Isaac Newton: The net summation of such distributed electrons presents the entire negative charge as located at the center of the earth. Consistent with the downward-pointing electric field proclaimed by Michael Faraday, any isolated positive charge will propagate toward the center of the earth where hopeful protons might fancy meeting up with a marriageable electron. (What a double-cross, because a frustrated proton would thus be fleeing the virtual bevy of electrons assembled behind it.)

Such migration can continue until the proton count becomes equal to the count of excess electrons in the shell.

More importantly, a much greater electrical formation such as the above must be in place in and about our sun. It is there and in any star that a continuous static fusion process can be proceeding where no electrons can perish there because no electrons can arrive there. The consequential virtual production of electrons in each burning star has the effect of stellar wind essentially of electrons that seek their way to galactic rims. Ultimately, a negative shell upon the universe should, according to Sir Isaac’s Shell Theorem, present its charge (but not its negative particles) upon some central place within to attract an inward flow of positively charged pieces and particles that may be revealing themselves already under the category of dark matter.

If the general consensus were to swing this way, we would need no more confessions from the anointed that we are to be confounded by atmospheric lightning.

 

 

 

 


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 Ultimately, a negative shell upon the universe should, according to Sir Isaac’s Shell Theorem, present their charge (but not their negative particles) upon some central place within to attract an inward flow of positively charged pieces and particles that may be revealing themselves already under the category of dark matter.


Ironically this tends to corroborate the postulation by both LaSage and Fatio that gravity, likewise, is an inbound propulsive force, not an implosive force. Another place to look into this convolute theory is our often celebrated "John Dobson" an astronomer who theorizes the clouds of intergalctic hydrogen are formed by the return of recycled matter from the outermost reaches of the universe.

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Ironically this tends to corroborate the postulation by both LaSage and Fatio that gravity, likewise, is an inbound propulsive force, not an implosive force. Another place to look into this convolute theory is our often celebrated "John Dobson" an astronomer who theorizes the clouds of intergalactic hydrogen are formed by the return of recycled matter from the outermost reaches of the universe.


My theory brings simplicity to the celebrated dogma so embedded into the lore called science that our children  cannot be told in school how atmospheric lightning works. Rather than convoluted, my logic is provoluted. So there! Am sick and tired of those anointed best minds who do not understand lightning explaining to the world that no one understands it. I do, dammit.

Is no one indulgent of Sir Isaac Newton? It was he who fashioned calculus to prove his shell theorem. I simply took the next stepping stone of logic to appreciate that he had thus explained the counter-intuitive stability of concentric arrays of charged particles. Impenetrability explains why a hydrogen molecule half-way down a stellar radius migrates no further. Gravity has no further means to converge that material any further down. But ionized into two electrons and two protons, electrostatic force propagates the positive charges downward and the electrons upward. Faraday agreed to this with his downward-pointing electric field. Hence, where a neutral atom stands aloft, a separate traction is afforded to particles of electric charge. It is not all convergence, but an exchange of places, convergence and divergence, between bodies or particles bearing electric charge.

Taking the universe, no matter how it is shaped, to have a center of gravity, would it not also have an electrostatic center? I take the universe to be a closed system, and with my stated belief that it must be of negative charge, must think it coated with electrons. 

By the way, a peer-reviewed Nature article convolutes electron beams from polar jets as an electron stream entrapped by pig-tailed magnetic flux. How the hell do they ever get into such a trap? From the black whole? Come on! Newton's shell theorem works for a disk as well as for a sphere. Protons on the rim of the positive accretion disk present their net charge at the center. Electrons descending to the rotational axis seek that referred charge without catching a single proton. Their alignment sets repulsion from the negatively charged black hole, or rather from the lineup on the other side.

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I take the universe to be a closed system, and with my stated belief that it must be of negative charge, must think it coated with electrons.


By convolute theory, I was referring to the geometric path of a returning particle and, yes, the resultant would likely be a pig-tail of sorts where an outbound stream of particles meet an equal stream of inbound particles trying to occupy the same space. I hope you didn't interpret my use of convolute to describe your theory circling the drain.

For what it's worth provolute is not a recognized word, but what you likely meant was advolute. Involute and convolute depict inward spiraling, the latter as a disk, where the former is conic. Advolute spirals outward.

The so-called "annointed ones" are not totally out in left field, still their unwillingness to recognize there are other players on two teams, all having their part in supplying the salad bar, end up dropping the ball in plain sight of all involved yet, like Sheldon Cooper, find some excuse to shirk responsibility for dropping the ball that lost the game. You're on a new team here. I hope the wounds heal quickly.

I suppose it's a lot like deciding who you'd hire if such was in the works. There's a fellow on Hypography of the nick "Turtle." He dominates the board like a self absorbed "Sheldon Cooper." He's not ignorant, but likely has a cocktail of mental problems that he remains in denial about. Personally, I am satisfied to be (As I'm typing the Kurl islands just got a 6.8M) either right or wrong yet corrected. After one has been studying the physics of the stars for over 40 years, like any other trade, they will tend to get a feel for what sounds right or wrong or incomplete. Some don't really want to help others learn to be a part of the learning process, they only want the lesser ones to feed their ego. I neither seek to feed nor to be fed. I believe even if Michael Faraday had no formal education, yet gave us an indispensible understanding allowing these machines to exist at all, he deserves more respect than that of a lucky illiterate.

I can neither validate nor dismiss what you say, Dale. Nonetheless, I think you may metaphorically be "onto something."

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I knew better than to say provolute, but couldn't resist inverting the prefix of the real word. Am quite sure that neither of us need fear a malicious thrust here on your turf. No foul no harm. So no need for white gloves that would cheat the benefits of critique.

To disparage the anointed is not necessarily to find them totally lacking. For those who earn their clout with valid accomplishment, it is the theological awe that others drape upon them that imposes such hurdles for any contradictory clarification an outsider might seek to advance against their work. For instance, a distinguished professor of great repute with his works on lightning states in his text that the earth is charged negative and that its atmosphere is charged to an equal but opposite charge. Doubtlessly, he believes the universe to be electrically neutral. His great reputation is a major obstacle to my presentation. Early back in '04, I had e-mailed that author and even phoned him only to be told that he was too busy to hear me out. I think that he was too important to hear me out. Conclusion: the weakness of the weakest link in a great chain is the greatness of the chain.

I remember Turtle. I am "Heedless" over there. I check in once in a while to test the patience of an official there with, I think, some thirteen advanced degrees and marvel that as a run of the mill slob I can even be heard. I check in a lot less because Turtle is nothing to behold, but is always there. 


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IMO, you might consider my offer to build that website where you can publish your well refined, defined and sublimed postulations. It's much easier to write it once, place it in a safe page and link to it. I got tired of typing something meaningful to have it flushed, or even to have it all lost in a server error. The one thing most want, myself included, is to see the math, but I have no right to criticize someone for not proving a point with that universal language when I'm too defiant to learn "Latex" myself. I can't see learning another language of HTML code when I can spend that time writing a program for the PC that will do much more.

Come spring, things will be shaping up quite a bit. As you can see, I'm tweaking this site to look better. That will continue. Tempathy's been getting a lot of hits, but I haven't really opened it for serious business yet, as in putting it in Google and Bing et al.

As for testing your theory, I'll likely play with it a bit in the no-so-distant future. Right now the winter is heading this way and I'm doing some new pod designs along with all the other work. These quakes are nothing to sneeze at. Latuya Bay suffered a 1720 ft high tsunami in 1958. Like good old Charlie heston says "It happened before. It will happen again."

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Please remind me of how I might exploit your offer to build such a website.
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I imagine step one is email me drcharbonneau@live.com and start talking about what you'd like to see on it. For instance a site name like "earth electric" or something like that...

There are a lot of options.

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http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/WISE/news/wise20120829.html

This might throw some light on all you are researching...

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