[worldview breaking] plasma discharge craters ? MEGAPOST



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or big stones which fall in perfect 90 degree ?

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with perfect 90 degree walls ? gradations ?

glass like molten 'dunes' in the middle

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and other little rocks hitting perfectly at the crater wall ?

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perfectly on the edge

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or falling in perfect lines ?

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ever heard of anode ?

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would also explain why craters with several walls

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or why different forms

maya told ya xd

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and little secondary craters/ anodes forming at the outer rim of the discharge with little discharges (cuz the one big discharges is also many little plasma filaments - birkeland currents )

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the whole discharge also pulls material up in the air, like a tornado

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if crater or new mountain with 90° walls and graduations and dunes or even balls - all depends on how strong and long the discharge takes place

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mars spider web

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has some similarity to glass dunes in craters

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and we have this all experimented in labs

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little balls after storms...

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look like little moon walnuts :D

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with craters on metal looking perfectly like all craters we know - just very little (cuz we have no nature-like massive plasma discharges in little labs)

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I bet most of you could not even really make a difference if they are looking at a crater in space or just a zoomed in little crater in a metal plate in a lab

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the time of the plasma

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it is like looking from below and watching live a gigantic plasma discharge

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also explains the little craters of little discharges on the edge of big craters of big discharges

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exactly how I imagine

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Hab was auf deutsch gefunden... Lässt sich einfacher lesen als englisch. Voll interessant, danke für den Hinweis

http://www.elektrisches-universum.de/?tag=krater

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guter Fund :) finde leider selbst recht wenig

außer Literatur von Wissenschaftlern (nicht mainstream)

aber hab über die Zeit einiges an Bildern von überall gesammelt :)

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Zero 90 degree perfectly vertical wall shown anywhere. All of them look like 50-60° at most, not 90, and regardless, what's the significance of so called 90° walls or how they are explained by plasma discharges when plasma discharge has a branching tree shape and whose craters don't exhibit 90° walls, as opposed to the graphic you used showing plasma as a cylindrical shape extending into the atmosphere?

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hello sir

you know plasma cutter ?

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greets

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Do you know what 90° looks like, because what you're showing here with the red arrow is only more sloped geography, around 45°.

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it is about the 'impact' - 90° from above - like a lightning

when a big stone hits another big stone/ surface - there wont even be 45° boundaries all around

also you know erosion?

ofc it wont stay long as it was
except in metal..

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moon crater walls are quite steep:

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when a big stone hits another big stone/ surface - there wont even be 45° boundaries all around

Obviously right after such perpendicular impact the entire resulting crater will have more or less the same slope, so to deny that is comical

also you know erosion?

ofc it wont stay long as it was

It won't stay for even a nanosecond like you claim.

except in metal..

So metal will have an impact crater with sheer walls when struck by a perpendicular rock? You sure it won't deform based on the center of mass and initial point of contact and deform the metal in a very much crater like fashion?

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And again, you didn't explain the significance of 90° so even if I say that those obvious slopes are sheer walls and not slopes, how does atmospheric plasma discharge, which initiates from a sphere/point above the ground which then proceeds into a branching pattern through the atmosphere much like a tree, how that could cause such sheer walls, and no, a plasma cutter does not explain how an atmospheric plasma discharge would cause such geography.

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it depends on how the plasma is polarized look at the cathode/ anode pics
you cannot assume premises and use them to 'debunk'
look into plasma and laser science

also you are in position to explain your mainstream worldview which is sadly limited to mechanical thinking about mechanical happenings "stones hitting from all directions and speeds always perfectly like from 90° above" which is failing in all possible ways cuz of its limitations and mechanical premises

ofc a plasma cutter and a tiny metal sheet is not the same as giant objects and discharges

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So you can't explain it or won't, even if none of that hypothetical is seen in any of the crater pics you shown.

stones hitting from all directions and speeds always perfectly like from 90° above" which is failing in all possible ways cuz of its limitations and mechanical premises

I've shared previously how that isn't true in your previous post. One simply has to look up oval crater or oval impact crater to see various examples of that, and even your Crater City pic you shared shows that the impact couldn't have been perpendicular by where the expelled material was deposited on predominantly one half of the circumference and almost absent on the other half.

I'm all for questioning but questioning without willingness to weigh the potential answers, only to cast doubt is hardly being "open minded", but yes, maybe I'm a mainstream mechanical thinking person, so does that mean you can simply cast off whatever I say as "limited", and you do that not because you can't explain yourself or make a compelling argument, but simply to enlighten me to the facts of ironically the "mainstream" failing to explain.

ofc a plasma cutter and a tiny metal sheet is not the same as giant objects and discharges

In the first video I shared you can see an experiment that showcases how different plasma discharges manifest, I see you've not acknowledged that though.

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why is always being asked for the perfect new solution/ models

just because one sees that the existing dominant model is pure shit?

just because someone criticizes ur favorite movie you also do not ask them to make a better movie, do you ?

also - no model will ever be right
that's how science works in the first place
so why should I fall in the same trap that I criticize ?

good luck

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I didn't ask for a perfect model at all, so this evasive series of questions based on the false premise that somehow I asked you for a perfect model is only further proof that you can't or won't explain simply how plasma impact crater resembles what you claim, or 90° walls, or how any of the geography of the craters themselves is explained by plasma discharges.

Your critique is bogus, invalid and unsubstantiated. I shared both the reason why such craters look as if the impact was perfectly perpendicular in the video above, and I've also shared another video specifically about plasma discharge craters on the moon, as well I pointed out that there's oval craters and that in your previous post, the Crater City crater, I pointed out the signs that it couldn't have been perpendicular by the crater ridge.

I'm all for questioning but questioning without willingness to weigh the potential answers, only to cast doubt is hardly being "open minded", but yes, maybe I'm a mainstream mechanical thinking person, so does that mean you can simply cast off whatever I say as "limited", and you do that not because you can't explain yourself or make a compelling argument, but simply to enlighten me to the facts of ironically the "mainstream" failing to explain.

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bro, again:

look into modern progress in laser and plasma tech - which is one of the few spaces where we have real progress

and compare it with what ur eyes see
and then all the standard model bullshit hypothesis

they are just models and hypothesis but you all are soooooooooooooo IDENTIFIED with them

that's it.

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they are just models and hypothesis but you all are soooooooooooooo IDENTIFIED with them

You keep making this personal, and again, won't share anything meaningful or explain how it fits, how it works, etc.

look into modern progress in laser and plasma tech - which is one of the few spaces where we have real progress

Still won't explain or can't, so I have to "explain" your hypothesis/theory, why is that? You haven't rebutted anything I said, simply enough you didn't even acknowledge it, so you ignore my points, ignore the explanations I provide, but you want me to explain it on your behalf.

Bad Faith arguments, evasion, ignoring, calling me "dumb" for "identifying as mainstream'", how much more grace do I offer this nonsense?

I'm all for questioning but questioning without willingness to weigh the potential answers, only to cast doubt is hardly being "open minded", but yes, maybe I'm a mainstream mechanical thinking person, so does that mean you can simply cast off whatever I say as "limited", and you do that not because you can't explain yourself or make a compelling argument, but simply to enlighten me to the facts of ironically the "mainstream" failing to explain.

Again, none of what you pointed out, is even controversial, and your penchant for avoiding explaining shows that you can't, and if otherwise you won't, shows that you disregard discussion, which is hardly being open minded. If you can't, or won't even attempt to explain or hypothesize, but simply declare without anything to support it besides vacuous assertions then you clearly don't understand it, or care to.

Calling me "mainstream" is also more evasion, it's irrelevant what I believe, I provided explanation, evidence to the contrary and you've yet to show anything similar from your end, but sure, I'm too mainstream identifying to grasp the "truth".

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discussing or argumenting is trying to persuade another

I do not need that or people like that in my life

become free
especially of ur trauma and being dependent on what others think

you accuse me of calling you 'whatever' while you call me 'whatever'

it is my viewpoint

cope with it

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I accuse you as I observe your actions, and you get attacked by my observations, not my opinions, whereas you try to spin this entire discussion as "inconsequential", if you don't care about discussion, then shut the fuck up, don't say nothing, and don't invite discussion, clearly you don't want discussion, you don't care for dialogue, but you continue blathering, why? Obviously inept to cary a discussion, but sure, you're "above discussion".

Debate and discussion is the arena of the mind and the battlefield of ideas and truth reigns supreme. I didn't ask you for your opinion of me, or your opinions at all, did I? I asked you for your ideas, explanations, etc.

Small minds discuss people, average minds discuss events, great minds discuss ideas.

But sure, I care about your opinion of me, and I'm discussing what I think of you, not what I think of your ideas. Why are you telling me what you think of debate and discussion again, other than to virtue signal what a fragile woke mind you have, that "you're above such things", and of course, not to persuade me, you do it to let me know what kind of person you are, as if it wasn't acknowledged numerous times that I don't give a fuck what you think of me, call me mainstream, I don't care yet, here you are, telling me what kind of people I am in your "viewpoint", like I care either way, what you think of me, or what you think of yourself. Yes, you clearly can't explain, and yes, you clearly are discussing in bad faith and can't even form an argument, hiding behind the nonsense of what alof you are next to those that put forth arguments. Muh Open Minded, muh able to keep things civil, muh interested in truth.

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cope with it

Your psychoanalysis of what a "slave to trauma" I am, lolololololol! You're telling me that to explain why you can't explain your ideas, or to "let me know" but not to persuade me, right, because clearly that's what someone with any integrity or self respect does. Cope well with your precious opinions, your "viewpoints" aren't closed minded and idiotic, imbecilic rejection of logic as "people like that". The cringe self own of someone who can't explain what they think, precisely because they don't even understand what it is they are "proving".

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From Middle English argument,[1] from Anglo-Norman and Old French arguement, from Latin argūmentum (“argument (for a position); evidence, proof; point, theme; thesis, topic; plot (in theatre)”), from arguere + -mentum (suffix indicating the instrument, medium, or result of something).[2] Arguere is the present active infinitive of arguō (“to argue, assert, declare; to make clear, prove, show; to accuse, charge with, reprove; to blame, censure; to denounce as false”), either ultimately from Proto-Indo-European h₂erǵ- (“silver, white; glittering”), or from Hittite [script needed] (arkuwā(i)-, “to make a plea, state one’s case*”). The English word is analysable as argue +‎ -ment. Doublet of argumentum.

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I've read a bit about the impact of craters on planetary objects but it never croosed by mind that storms could be causes of it. Really great images that depict the interconnected nature of plasma and craters.

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Was ist denn die offizielle Erklärung für dieses Phänomen?
!LUV

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große Steine die vom Himmel fallen ?

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haha!
nein, ich meinte für das 90° Phänomen.

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