from Thunderbolts Website
How could the moons of
Uranus be distributed in such circular, evenly spaced orbits around
Uranus' equator when Uranus' equator is so glaringly out-of-sync
with the rest of the solar system? The same electric forces that
give birth to planets and moons are also responsible for
circularizing their orbits.
Miranda appears battered and beaten. It
has cliffs (bottom right) three times as high as the Grand Canyon
and grids of parallel and perpendicular grooves that create the
famous rectangle called the "chevron" (center.) There are valleys
that cut through mountain ranges as if the mountains weren't there.
Parts of Miranda are heavily cratered and other parts have very few
But what could
melt a moon on the frigid edges of the solar system?
The side effect of the electric
adjustments --electrical discharges--produces surface scarring and
faulting. The discharges produce ridges and grooves. They produce
craters in some areas and not in others, so there is no need to
hypothesize a later event that erased the craters on some parts of
this tiny moon. It's possible that all of the scarring we see
happened in the single event of Miranda's birth. Or there may have
been multiple scarring episodes.
It will be good to go back and take a closer look,
with experiments designed to explore both the standard and the
Electric Universe interpretations.