The Solar System

    "On October 10 Galileo passed within 611 kilometers of Io, using its solid state imager to reveal features as small as 9 meters across near the volcano Pillan.   But radiation took its toll, zapping a critical bit in Galileo's computer memory and blurring many images."
Thornhill and other like minded investigators also believe that the monstrous scar across the face of Mars(the canyon called Valles Marineris) was produced by electric arc machining.  The rocks and rubble that are found strewn everywhere across the landscape of Mars are most probably the detritus from this huge excavation.  Just look at the size of that scar!  The Grand Canyon of Arizona would be lost in one small section of it.

There are many visible examples of electrical scarring on Mars.  Electrical scars have characteristics that enable us to distinguish between them and water erosion and/or impact cratering. Venus also exhibits evidence of having been electrically machined.

Presently a debate is occurring among some geologists as to exactly what process formed the Grand Canyon of Arizona.  There is no evidence of where the soil that was removed went!  There is no river delta.  It has all disappeared.  And the Colorado River would have had to flow uphill in order to create the Canyon. Also, no evidence of the "meteor" that formed Arizona's "Meteor Crater" has ever been found.  Were both these scars also formed by electric arc machining?  It is highly likely.  For a detailed description of the problems associated with the accepted explanation of how the Grand Canyon was formed see Wal Thornhill's page.
 

Mars

A full disk image of Mars is on the rightNotice that the southern hemisphere is covered with craters. The northern hemisphere is, for the most part, smooth and has many fewer craters.Below is an image of Martian "Sinuous rilles". They are made up of chains of craterlets. This too is characteristic of electric arc machining (certainly not water flow). Notice the faint horizontal rilles crossing the large one. The horizontal rilles obviously were made later than the large rille. Notice too that the horizontal rille goes up hill and down hill, cutting right across the earlier structure.









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Terraced crater walls and small secondary craters sitting on the edge of larger craters are characteristic of electric arc machining.  Also notice the flat floors and almost perfect circularity of the craters.  If the twisting arc that creates an electrically formed crater stops on the rim and does not extinguish, it will form a secondary crater.  This effect is clearly demonstrated in a laboratory experiment shown on physicist Wal Thornhill's CD "The ElectricUniverse."


Venus

On the right is a closeup of the upper left region of Venus' crater Buck. It is a classic example of when the arc is extinguished before it can make a complete circular rotation. The fact that the sinuous rilles are made up of strings of small craters is obvious in this image. There are two straight rills to the left of the crater (as well as the curving ones leading down into it from the top of the photo). Sinuous rilles are one of the typical characteristics of electric arc machining. The standard mainstream explanation for these horseshoe shaped craters is that one side of the crater wall has collapsed. What do you think?

If all the "impact" craters on Mars, Venus, and our Moon were really formed by impacts, then probability would dictate that most (or at least a significant fraction) of them should be elliptical. Meteors very rarely come straight down. On the other hand, electric fields always impinge on conducting spheres at right angles to their surfaces (i.e., vertically) and that is why all these so-called circular "impact" craters are round.  They were not made by impacts.  They were caused by electric anode scarring.

 

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