Star Spits Out Baby Planet – Electric Suns Redux

In “Electric Suns and Pregnant Planets,” plasma researcher Wal Thornhill postulated that stars were electrical phenomena, which acted as focal points for the charged particles and energies that pulse and spiral through the universe and galaxy. He further explained that gas giants are lower-voltage stars which fission from larger bodies, and which themselves expel the hot rocky mineral material that we call planets – that we call home.

And if that sounded like something you’ve never heard before, I urge you to have a read and a listen to my interview with Wal, and to review his work at Holoscience.com, because it seems yet another of his remarkable predictions is being proven true by observation:

Headline: STAR SPITS OUT BABY PLANET

The discovery of a baby gas giant planet orbiting a young, 12 million-year-old star means that these types of planets can form much more quickly than previously thought. Jorge Ribas reports on the finding. Discovery Video

Thanks to good timing, diligent detective work and a little luck, scientists have determined that a suspected bulge in the dusky disk surrounding the nearby star Beta Pictoris contains a giant gas planet, one that formed incredibly fast given the relative youth of its parent star. Discovery.com

They’re not the most awe-inspiring baby pictures, but new infrared images prove the youngest known planet outside our solar system does in fact exist—and that planets can grow up fast—a new study says. National Geographic.com

It certainly gives the impression that stars give birth to planets, and it happens fast…

Take that, ‘big bang‘ theory.

What does it mean? It means that facts are not facts, they are temporary opinions, waiting for a better explanation. It means that science is not infallible, or unchangeable.

Take that Anthony Fauci….Your time is gonna come.

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Thanks to Michael Gmirkin for noting and passing on the breaking story.

Liam

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