THE SUN-EARTH CONNECTION
Our solar system is an electromagnetic dynamo, as is our Milky Way Galaxy. As astronomers and astrophysicists have ventured out into space and probed the Universe through powerful telescopes, we are able to see stellar and galactic formations shaped by magnetic fields in which matter is held together by magnetic force. The “Law of Gravity” demonstrates the electromagnetic pull of the sun upon the planets and of the planets upon their moons. Isaac Newton’s apple, for example, didn’t “fall” to the earth.” It was pulled to the earth by the magnetic force of attraction.
Once thought to be a fiery furnace, and more recently since the dawn of the atomic age a colossal ball of continuous atomic explosions, the sun is now understood by scientists to be an electromagnetic dynamo with surface temperatures upwards of six-thousand degrees Kelvin increasing up to two-million degrees Kelvin further out in the coronal atmosphere due to charged particles acceleration. Quite simply put, the sun’s heat is produced by electricity.
The sun gets its energy from the Galaxy and not from atoms exploding. It’s a focal point for radiation coming from the central sun of the Milky Way Galaxy. In fact, the sun is likely cool at its core, as sunspots imply. Sunspots are holes in the surface of the sun that allow us to peer into the body of the sun. If the sun were a burning furnace or a gigantic atom bomb, these holes would not be black but white hot. Watch this video from the 30 minute mark for a graphic explanation by physicist and author Wallace Thornhill. As you have more time, watch the entire hour-long video. This is the most current scientific explanation of the Universe and the Sun-Earth connection.
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