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Backyard Experimenter 2
Tornado-like spirals and Micro-bursts formed by electric discharge through loose material on a CRT

CRT-surface discharges provide clues to Tornado Formation

   While the CRT-surface dischage experiments were being conducted another form of activity, associated with the discharges, was observed as streamers gathered material from the surface and deposited it to a high-water-content object (my finger). Tightly formed spiralling columns of dust could be seen and at other time difuse material could be seen moving upware with a spiralling trajectory. At large distances from the screen interaction would occur with the CRT and my finger and often times these would be explosive interactions, not to different than an outburts of air from a microburst of large scale atmospheric form.    There is cause to speculate from these experiments that microbursts and tornados, as well as other extreme formations involving the atmosphere, obtain there triggering mechanism from electrical interactions beyond those of lightening. There will be writen about more as these observations continue.

  So this expands the saga of the backyard experimenter and static discharges to the surface of a dust covered CRT. My hope is that the current degree of development of The Electric Universe subject will motivate you to look at wider ranging forms of evidence from our experiments and your own to better explain the mechanisms which form many different features and conditions such as crater-chains, trenchs, back-flow starfish (star-like depoits) rim-craters and many more features seen throughout the solar system on variously sized bodies and now add to that highly energetic atmospheric activity such as tornados, micro-bursts, waterspouts, and more.

  Crater chains were the first of many patterns to be revealed in the CRT experiment and over several years and through more unique moments of inspiration than I can count. Then other patterns occured and were recognized to have such a striking similarity to features on celestial bodies, such as Mars, Jupiter's moon and other bodies of this solar system that there seems to be little doubt of the electrical influences and potential importance to understanding solar system history and all related areas to be considered.

  The discovery of similarities between discharge patterns to a dust covered CRT and crater features (seen on moons, asteroids and some planets) came in an unusual manner, while marveling at the amount of dust that had accumulated on an old VGA CRT. As I reached out to smudge the surface with my finger i was surprised by a sizeable discharge that made a curiously perfect circular crater, with an undisturbed middle, in the dust. Additional passes with my finger yielded a wide variety of patterns. Some are listed below and with the images at the link to a image site.

  These features are called; chained craters, scaloped trenches, craters with internal radial features and donut-looking craters. Craters also form on the rims of other craters.

  These were the first patterns to be revealed and over time and through more unique moments of inspiration other patterns were recognized.

  You can compare these images with the numerousimages of features commonly seen on Mars, Moons and asteroids and you make the call.

   Here are some technical consideration to be noted.

  We are aware of the plasma nature of the space enviornment and the plasma sheaths that form around bodies in space as they move within the solar stream of charged particles. We have reason to conclude that these bodies become charged bodies with their own state of charge. We know, from basic electricity, that two objects of differing charge potential will discharge in arc mode as they come into close proximity but even before that happens there are other modes of discharge which can reveal their activity in loosly bound material on the surface of an object such as a CRT.

  In an upcoming paper each of these modes of discharge will be mentioned and associated to specific patterns seen on surfaces of celectial bodies.

  The CRT experiments give us a unique opportunity to see the reaction of different materials to discharges of several types. Field dust gives us a surface that resists discharge until a point at which intensity has built up and upon discharge material is removed from the surface and redistributed in specific manners. Another material, fiberglass, gives us a surface which is highly excitable and holds a static charge after power has been terminated to the CRT tube. The surface builds up a field and discharges in a less intense manner while the CRT is energized. Once the power is turned off the material will leap off the CRT surface to the surface of an approaching body, a finger in this case. The departure of material is one detail but the pattens left behind are significantly more important for they are exact matches to many features. Compare the images at he links to the left with images from any space mission and see for yourself and decide for yourself, from this evidence and that obtained from your own experiments, what is the most believable explanation for the formation of surface features in this Electric Universe .

Backyard Experimenter 3
A simple CRT experimant with fiberglass powder can create many different patterns but there are other dynamic occurances associated with electrical interaction. Tight spiralling columns and micro-bursts are seen regularly in the dust being removed from the CRT.
Links to sites of interest:
The Electric Universe
Hypersensitive Solar System
Static Discharge pattern presentation
More discharge pics
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