The Hollow Earth: Our Hollow, Electric Sun

Monday, December 20, 2010

Our Hollow, Electric Sun

Galileo pioneered the current model of the sun nearly 400 years ago and we are still using it today. Even with our multi-million dollar eyes and Doppler imaging systems to look beneath the chaotic surface of the photosphere which shows a rigid surface that turns uniformly as would any solid surface, we still maintain that all stars are raging balls of gas. This begs the question "Why?!" ...

In light of the abundant data which indicates the sun is a solid, electrified ball of 'lightning', we can also make the logical connection that the sun is no exception to the hollow sphere model of all other celestial, rotating bodies. Add it to the list, I suppose, of all the things that we've been wrong about.



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