Electric Universe has long contended that some mainstream theories of geology may be wrong because they have excluded electricity as a cause for geologic processes. How can a theory be considered a proper theory if it does not consider, from the outset, all the possibilities of causation? Geologists have concluded gravity is the primary cause without even considering electricity.
Gravity may dominate the actions of stars and galaxies (or not), but here on Earth, electricity is the dominant force. You don’t see gravity spontaneously exploding in lightning bolts that kill, do you? No, because gravity is so weak compared to electricity. Oh yes, if a piano falls on your head because of gravity, it can kill you, but that still doesn’t compare to the energy in a lightning bolt.
Electricity is what chemistry is. Chemistry pretty much dominates the world we live in. In a perfect world, chemistry would be named molecular electricity. So it’s hard to say it’s influence in geology isn’t recognized. It most certainly is at the scale of molecular reactions. But I am talking about the atomic sale, where charge diffuses and recombines to create the molecular structure.
I once pointed out a rock to a geologist. The rock had a pretty blossom of purple color that was obviously diffusion of some reactive species into the rock matrix. I said see, here is evidence of electricity. He said, that looks like chemical diffusion to me. Of course, we were saying the same thing, but he thought he was correcting me because he didn’t equate chemistry with electricity.
This is what I mean. Even when they include electric processes, they fail to recognize what they are. Instead, geologists claim gravity is the first, and primary cause. That is, rocks are made over time scales of millions of years under intense pressures and temperatures deep under ground, sometimes a hundred miles under ground, where gravity squeezes them into lumps of rock.
If electricity is considered, temperatures, pressures and molecular bonding can produce the conditions to melt, mix and crystallize rock in a matter of hours, minutes, or even seconds, right on the surface of the Earth where we actually find the rocks. If this happened, it eliminates millions of years of implausible crustal dynamics required to form rocks below ground and then raise them to surface. It would change our entire understanding of geology.
And why shouldn’t it be considered. After all we know Earth’s formation involved violent actions. We know there remains magnetic signatures in the rock that attest to exposure to moving currents. We know Earth’s present existence relies on it’s huge electro-magnetic field, otherwise Earth would be as barren as the moon. We know mountains are pummeled with lightning, and that it breaks and disperses rocks the size of school buses. In fact, it’s becoming apparent lightning may be the largest influence on erosion.
In other words, we know without doubt that electricity courses through the Earth and the atmosphere, and plasma-sphere that surrounds it. Electricity is available, and capable, so it should be considered in the process of elimination one needs to go through to identify true causes. That is what science is supposed to do.
That hasn’t been done though, which leaves a gaping hole in geologic research and undermines the credibility of most geologic theories. Watch this film, and see electrical rock formation. Then go watch a thunderstorm and consider: should you trust the science of people who don’t?
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