Volcanic Lightning

Discussion in 'Earth Science' started by Diode-Man, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. Diode-Man Awesome User Title Registered Senior Member

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    Hello

    In these photos you can witness Volcanic Lightning here on Earth. These Volcanic eruptions on Earth are minute as ants when compared to the solar eruptions on the Sun. (which are often larger than the Earth itself!)

    Therefore, the amount of electricity due to plasma state atomic matter located on the Sun is far greater than most scientists are currently admitting. (Or perhaps omitting?)

    In my own theory, the Sun is actually converting super massive alternating currents directly into atomic matter... but these photos are interesting enough. Even if it ISN'T converting electricity into atomic matter, the amount of electrical activity on the Sun has been pushed aside.

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    REMEMBER: These eruptions are extremely minute when compared to the Suns friction caused not just by moving matter, but by moving PLASMA.

    As you may know, heated matter is moving around at a high rate at the molecular level. Thus static electric currents are more prevalent on the Sun than anywhere else in the entire solar system.
     
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  3. PieAreSquared Woo is resistant to reason Registered Senior Member

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    time lapse on the photos?
     
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  5. Diode-Man Awesome User Title Registered Senior Member

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    It demonstrates my point quite nicely don't you think?

    The electrical activity on the Sun plays a much larger roll than has been "proven."

    The electrical force is ten to the fortieth power stronger than the gravitational force. Come on people, this stuff is so obvious! The Sun IS just as much an electrical reaction as it is a "burning" reaction.

    This is all going into my book, so don't steal any ideas!
     
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  7. PieAreSquared Woo is resistant to reason Registered Senior Member

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    It's a question.. what is the exposure time on those photos?

    the last one is pretty amazing
     
  8. X-Man2 We're under no illusions. Registered Senior Member

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    Which you got me thinking( i'm not good at it) is there any way to harness this electrical force for our electric needs? Or is this something non related.
     
  9. Dr Mabuse Percipient Thaumaturgist Registered Senior Member

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    You know it's kind of wild that we don't know what causes lightning.

    It happens so often on earth.

    You think it's the sun, others think it's xrays from space.

    Who knows?
     
  10. Valentine_A Registered Member

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    What about electrons jumping from cloud to cloud, within the same cloud, or from cloud to ground?
     
  11. Facial Valued Senior Member

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    I used to remember that non-conductive dipole collisions can somehow induce polarity in cumulonimbus clouds. This is because whereas liquid water is conductive, ice is dielectric.

    In a similar sense, I imagine that ash clouds must have a significant fraction of nonconductive particles like ash which can build up some sort of voltage. Crystalline silica is well-known to be piezoelectric, so that can't be dismissed.

    The details and the simulations are left to more complicated theories and supercomputers.
     

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