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I have been explaining and demonstrating since 1978, how phenomena are created by wavelengths of electromagnetic energy stimulating atoms of gases to a glowing state of excitement.
(SAN DIEGO) - Emerging reports substantiate what I wrote a few months ago; that misnomers are preventing the solution of many mysteries.
The March 16, 2012 article “Mysterious Objects at the Edge of the Electromagnetic Spectrum” states “A new ScienceCast video takes viewers on a trip to the edge of the electromagnetic spectrum, where mysterious objects are puzzling astronomers.”
The Oct. 31, 2012 article “Black Hole Blows Giant Bubble”, states “The matter spat is not seen by optical telescopes but can be seen by the new LOFAR telescope that is sensitive to radio frequency radiation having a wavelength of 1.3 to 30 meters. Never before was there such a sensitive instrument for this spectrum.”
And a NASA report on Oct. 31, 2012, “Cassini Halloween Treat: Titan Glows in the Dark”, states “Scientists’ best guess is that the glow is being caused by deeper penetrating cosmic rays or by light emitted due to some kind of chemical reaction deep in the atmosphere. This is exciting because we’ve never seen this at Titan before. It tells us that we don’t know all there is to know about Titan and makes it even more mysterious.”
The exact translation of the Dutch article states that, "The bell is roughly 100,000 light years in size and consists of matter spewed by the black hole. At the poles of black holes are often strong, outward jets of matter particles observed. It is suspected that in this way, large bubbles of matter can be ‘blown up’. It was not so easy these bubbles can be observed. The matter shall be spat barely visible light and is not seen by optical telescopes. In the spectrum, astronomers include the Radburn University in Nitmegen now more successful. With the brand new radio telescope LOFAR they saw around the galaxy M87 a huge bubble of matter comes from the black hole at the center of this system. LOFAR is sensitive to radio frequency radiation having a wavelength of 1.3 to 30 meters. Never before was there such a sensitive instrument for this spectrum.”
It is important to recognize that these are not particles per se being spewed out from the black hole but normally invisible wavelengths of electromagnetic energy. It is exactly the same as the intensified electromagnetic energy that flows from the center of an automotive ignition coil when a low voltage electrical current is applied to the multiple outer windings of the ignition coil. This does not spew particles of any kind. It only creates an abnormally intensified flow of the very same magnetic field current that was applied to the outer windings in the first place.
The March 12, 2012 NASA article regarding the Electromagnetic Spectrum states: “Outside the realm of human vision is an entire electromagnetic spectrum of wonders. Each type of light – from radio waves to gamma rays – reveals something unique about the universe.”
I have been explaining and demonstrating how these phenomena are created by wavelengths of electromagnetic energy stimulating atoms of gases to a glowing state of excitement since 1978. Now the energy is being detected by the new satellites. If the scientists use the example of the automotive ignition coil as the model, they will be able to explain all of these phenomena as they discover them instead of making their traditional comments of “puzzling astronomers” or “our best guess” or “We don’t know what to make of them” or “It may take us a hundred years to figure it out.”, etc..
The NASA article continued: “Some wavelengths are best for studying black holes; others reveal newborn stars and planets; while others illuminate the earliest years of cosmic history. NASA has many telescopes ‘Working the wavelengths’ up and down the electromagnetic spectrum. One of them, the Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope orbiting Earth, has just crossed a new electromagnetic frontier. Before Fermi was launched in June 2008, there were only four known celestial sources of photons in this energy range. In 3 years Fermi has found almost 500 more. What lies within this new realm? Mystery for one thing.” says Thompson.
“About a third of the new sources can’t be clearly linked to any of the known types of objects that produce gamma rays. We have no idea what they are. The rest have one thing in common: prodigious energy. Among them are super massive black holes called blazers; the seething remnants of supernova explosions; and rapidly rotating neutron stars called pulsars. And some of the gamma rays seem to come from the ‘Fermi bubbles’ – giant structures emanating from the Milky Way’s center and spanning some 20,000 light years above and below the galactic plane. Exactly how these bubbles formed is another mystery. For now, there are more unknowns than known about ‘Fermi’s world’. Says Thompson: ‘it’s pretty exciting’.” Again; the ignition coil model.
Regarding the NASA report that Titan glows in the dark, it states: “It’s a little like a neon sign, where electrons generated by electrical power bang into neon atoms and cause them to glow. Here we’re looking at light emitted when charged particles bang into nitrogen molecules in Titan’s atmosphere. A person in a balloon in Titan’s haze wouldn’t see the glow because it’s too faint – something like a millionth of a watt. The light, known as airglow, is produced when atoms and molecules are excited by ultraviolet light or electrically charged particles. The scientists took into account sunlight reflected off of Saturn. There was still a glow from the part of Titan that was dark. The luminescence was diffusing up from too deep for charged particles from the Sun to be exciting atmospheric particles. The area was also not affected by the shooting of charged particles into the magnetic fields, which causes auroras. Scientists’ best guess is that the glow is being caused by deeper-penetrating cosmic rays or by light emitted due to some kind of chemical reaction deep in the atmosphere. Scientists have previously reported that the night side Venus atmosphere also produces a glow, called Ashen light. Some have suggested that lightning on Venus is responsible, although that explanation is not universally accepted. While Cassini’s radio wave instrument has detected lightning at Saturn, it has not detected lightning at Titan. Scientists plan to keep looking for clues as Cassini continues to make its way around the Saturn system for another season.”
My demonstration of stimulating atoms of gases within a fluorescent tube to a glowing state of excitement with the magnetic field surrounding a charge of static electricity proves that these glows are created by a magnetic field stimulating atoms of invisible gases to a glowing, visible state of excitement, not by particles “banging into nitrogen molecules”
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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