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other planets that have lightning bolts-- do they have plate tectonics ?? do the experiment with electric motor and also Faradays first electric motor is this the Oersted experiment writ large on the size of continental plates



 
 
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Old September 12th 06, 08:53 PM posted to sci.geo.geology,sci.physics.electromag,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default other planets that have lightning bolts-- do they have plate tectonics ?? do the experiment with electric motor and also Faradays first electric motor is this the Oersted experiment writ large on the size of continental plates

I was searching to see if other planets and satellites have lightning
bolts and found out Io, Europa, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn. I found this
picture on this website:

http://www.holoscience.com/news/jupiter.htm


But if Mars long time ago had oceans it probably had lightning bolts
and plate tectonics. So I suspect that the patterns on Earth of its
continents are somewhat vaguely present on Mars but we just have not
assembled that data.


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Old September 15th 06, 05:14 AM posted to sci.geo.geology,sci.physics.electromag,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default other planets that have lightning bolts-- do they have plate tectonics ?? do the experiment with electric motor and also Faradays first electric motor is this the Oersted experiment writ large on the size of continental plates


But if Mars long time ago had oceans it probably had lightning bolts
and plate tectonics. So I suspect that the patterns on Earth of its
continents are somewhat vaguely present on Mars but we just have not
assembled that data.


A while ago I read an article that based on radar imaging of Venus that
there is some current plate tectonic activity.

BCR




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Old September 15th 06, 07:38 AM posted to sci.geo.geology,sci.physics.electromag,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default other planets that have lightning bolts-- do they have plate tectonics ?? do the experiment with electric motor and also Faradays first electric motor is this the Oersted experiment writ large on the size of continental plates


B.C. Reed wrote:
But if Mars long time ago had oceans it probably had lightning bolts
and plate tectonics. So I suspect that the patterns on Earth of its
continents are somewhat vaguely present on Mars but we just have not
assembled that data.


A while ago I read an article that based on radar imaging of Venus that
there is some current plate tectonic activity.

BCR



Oh good; something to look forward. I wonder if Venus has basically the
same continent formation as Earth of 3 plates lined up like this | | |
where the leftmost plate is North and South America, and the middle
plate is Europe + Africa and the rightmost plate is Asia + Australia.

That pattern would be the end result of the constant daily electrical
bolts of lightning striking the ground and setting up a direction of
movement of the plate tectonics.

But I suspect Mars has this pattern also.

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Old September 16th 06, 12:39 PM posted to sci.geo.geology,sci.physics.electromag,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default Titan has lightning bolts and oceans of something other than water other planets that have lightning bolts-- do they have plate tectonics

I just saw in the news recently that Saturn's satellite Titan has
oceans of some strange liquid, but not water. And that Titan has
lightning flashes.

So there is a good probability that Titan has plate tectonics.
I need to investigate this.


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Default Titan has lightning bolts and oceans of something other than water other planets that have lightning bolts-- do they have plate tectonics


"a_plutonium" wrote in message
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|I just saw in the news recently that Saturn's satellite Titan has
| oceans of some strange liquid, but not water. And that Titan has
| lightning flashes.
|
| So there is a good probability that Titan has plate tectonics.
| I need to investigate this.
|
|
| Archimedes Plutonium
| www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
| whole entire Universe is just one big atom
| where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies


Go on, then.



 




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