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I've tried to entice scientists to consider this magnetic field concept for thirty years before these magnetic field currents were even measured...
(SAN DIEGO) - In a March 9, 2006 NASA report, Dr. Carolyn Porco said: “We haven’t found water, per se. We’ve almost reluctantly been driven to this conclusion because any other possibility just doesn’t make as much sense as a geyser.”
Now that on April 20, 2011 the ultraviolet imaging spectrograph detected the electric link between Saturn and Enceladus that is not visible to the naked eye, this makes more sense than a water geyser. We have been creating the very same glow as the plume of Enceladus every day for decades with sodium vapor street lamps, fluorescent and neon tubes with electricity.
In a March 22, 2007 JPL Pod cast, Dr. Don Gurnett, the principal investigator on the radio and plasma wave science experiment on NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, said: “There’s this gas from Enceladus – we didn’t know about that even a year ago. And so there’s some really new developments, and I’m sure there’s more things that we need to research and understand about how this works, but it’s kind of a new, surprising result.”
In a March 12, 2007 NASA press release, it stated: “The challenge for researchers has been to figure out how this small ice ball could produce the levels of heat needed to fuel such water geyser eruptions.” How enough heat is created still defies explanation.
On the Oct. 15, 2010 “History” program, Professor Michael Mendillo, reported the discovery of: “A gas cloud 500 times the size of Jupiter. The key gas is sodium that emits an orange glow. The sodium is pelted by light from the Sun and electrons from Jupiter’s powerful magnetic field. In fact, sodium is commonly used to illuminate street lamps around the world.” This is similar to the plume of Enceladus and Saturn’s magnetic field.
In the Aug. 12, 2010 “History” program, “Magnetic Storm”, the scientists reported, “Electricity and magnetism are one and the same thing. All solar activity is basically magnetic activity. Solar magnetism: Why is it so deadly and so misunderstood? And, magnetic storms are some of the most powerful forces in our solar system and they have been nearly completely overlooked by scientists.”
I cannot understand what is taking the NASA Cassini team so long to recognize the absolute impossibility for the plume of Enceladus to be created by a water geyser and realize that the plume is created via the abnormal magnetic field currents from Saturn, the Sun and south pole of Enceladus stimulating the normally invisible gases in the vicinity to a glowing, visible state of excitement exactly the way the gases in a vapor lamp and fluorescent tubes are stimulated to a glowing state of excitement when the electrical switch is turned on.
I have sent many e-mails to several members of the Cassini team to encourage them to consider this concept since 2006 without success. In fact, I have attempted to entice scientists to consider this magnetic field concept for thirty years before these magnetic field currents were even measured and discovered to actually exist by the satellites. The scientists admit they have overlooked the magnetic field current energy. Obviously, I have not.
Previous stories by Edsel Chromie:
Apr-10-2011: Saturn's Rings - Edsel Chromie Salem-News.com
Edsel Chromie is a Detroit Michigan native who moved to San Diego in 1965. Edsel is a World War Two Navy veteran who served as a motor machinists mate on diesel electric systems where he learned about the magnetic field current swirling around the primary current flow through a wire as a part of Navy training to trace the direction of flow of the electricity in case of torpedo damage.
This led to Edsel's unique explanations of many phenomena of the universe. He also has four approved patents on solar energy and Sun tracking systems. Today Edsel writes about this unique set of life experiences for Salem-News.com, conveying information that seems especially relevant as nuclear disaster, potential changes in the earth's atmosphere, and what many view as an increasing level of natural disasters continue to dominate headlines. Perhaps many of the answers are on hand, yet unaccepted by the scientific community. You can write to Ed Chromie at this address: email@example.com
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