Last updated: April 27, 2020 at 12:46 pm
Created on Saturday, 31 July 2010 16:08
‘Secrets of the Sun’ explores the myriad mysteries which lie beneath the fiery surface of the sun. Our sun is a fireball in the sky – a bubbling, boiling, kinetic sphere of white-hot plasma exploding and erupting. Its size is almost unimaginable – one million Earths would fit within its boundaries – yet its full mysteries are only now beginning to be understood. From sunspots to solar eclipses, solar flares to solar storms, the birth of the sun to its potential death.
According to mainstream science, the sun is powered by nuclear fusion but there are also scientists who believe that the sun and our universe are in fact electric. I will elaborate on the electric universe theory in one of the upcoming posts.
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