CELESTIA OBJECTS, Competing Theories Nebular Hypothesis; Electric Universe; Electrostatic Universe; Iron Sun; Photonic Universe
Questions for each theory 1. How did the cosmic web form? 2. How do galaxies form? 3. How do stellar objects form?
NEBULAR Hypothesis 1. The cosmic web formed by gravitational accretion 2. Galaxies form by gravitational accretion 3. Stellar objects form by gravitational accretion
ELECTRIC UNIVERSE Theory 1. The cosmic web formed by ... 2. Galaxies form by ... 3. Stellar objects form by ...
ELECTROSTATIC UNIVERSE Theory 1. The cosmic web formed by electrostatic filamentation 2. Galaxies form by electrostatic implosions & explosions 3. Stellar objects form by electrostatic implosions ESU states that gravity is not the primary force of structure formation in the universe. Instead, the electric force is the primary force of structure formation. _See: Astrophysics & Geophysics: qdl.scs-inc.us/?top=6031
IRON SUN Theory 1. The cosmic web formed by ... 2. Galaxies form by ... 3. Stellar objects form by ...
PHOTONIC UNIVERSE Theory 1. The cosmic web formed by ... 2. Galaxies form by ... 3. Stellar objects form by magnetic implosion
I'm not sure about how to arrange the conversations, but it seems safe to say that solar theories (plural) probably warrant a forum of their own.
I'll be glad to begin by presenting a variation of Birkeland's cathode solar model that I believe is compatible with all solar satellite imagery, and I'll explain the connections.
Technically an 'iron sun' model could be either an anode or a cathode depending on how one chooses to define it. I think I can present a good argument for a rigid layer concept that could be either an anode or a cathode and still be consistent with a lot of the satellite data and also compatible with a Jeurgen's/Scott/Thornhill anode solar model.
I'm certain that there are other potential anode and cathode models that will warrant a long discussion over time which is why I would suggest that solar theories have their own forum.
It's also worth attempting to explain Alfven's relatively "standard' solar model with circuit theory applied to it.
I look forward to promoting an open discourse of various electric sun theories. I'll be happy to start with thread on a Birkeland cathode model and answer as many questions about it as I can answer. I'm sure that I can explain how satellite imagery is consistent with that model, and probably other electric solar models as well.