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Donald E. Scott: Revisiting NASA’s Parker Solar Probe | Thunderbolts

NOTE: Originally Released in 2-Parts on
December 14th and 21st, 2019

The first scientific papers were published on NASA’s Parker Solar Probe earliest findings in December 2019. They suggest a number of “surprising” discoveries, including the speed of the solar wind rotating around the Sun, behaviors of dust particles the probe encountered at its perihelion, and magnetic zig-zag structures in the solar wind called switchbacks.

Author and electrical engineer Donald E. Scott, PhD, evaluates the Parker Solar Probe data and also explains why ‘switchbacks’ could be telltale signs of Birkeland currents hypothesized by the Electric Sun model.

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