Electronics engineer says the Carolina Bays look exactly like ESD, electrostatic discharge, on the surface of semiconductor chips.
I’m listening to your Veritas interview and something occurred to me about Carolina Bays. I looked up images of those Bays and I realized that I’ve seen those before, albeit on a different scale.
I’m an electronics engineer and those structures look exactly like ESD, electrostatic discharge, on the surface of semiconductor chips. When one doesn’t ground properly, then handles a chip, a slew of small holes are produced by ESD. Some are round and some are oval, same as the Bays. The offender does not feel the discharge. They are numerous and are caused by what you might call nano-lightning from the offender to the chip.
I’ve attached an image of a single ESD from 3M. Imagine a lot of those on a chip and you have Carolina Bays on a semiconductor. The dimples are normal, a byproduct of production.
If the magnetic field has an excursion or reversal, as you suggest, then isn’t it possible that massive electrostatic discharges hit the ground? Think lightning storm, but orders of magnitude more powerful. Depending on the composition of the substrate, some areas produce glass, some vaporize, some explode, etc. Would that not correlate with the vast increase in carbon and other airborne compounds you cite? ESD on those scales should also produce novel compounds, mostly radioactive isotopes as electrons are ripped from – and bound to – nearby elements. Think giant open-air particle collider.
I could be completely wrong, or not. I leave it up to you to decide. I do have knowledge of electromagnetic systems.
Have you posited what will happen to modern technology should our magnetic field reverse? Digital systems frequently rely on electron spin prediction and polarity related to magnetic north. These systems will fail, or become unreliable at best. This includes computers and SCADA systems that control civil engineering projects like water and power systems. Every system we rely on would be crippled or destroyed. I doubt we would notice if massive ESDs start occurring.
I wish you all the best, and please keep up the great work you are doing.
It’s an Electric Universe
I think you could be onto something, Chris!
If you haven’t already, you must read “The Electric Sky,” by Donald E Scott. I think you’ll find that you’re both on the same page.
Dr Scott, who taught electrical engineering at the University of Massachusetts / Amherst for 39 years, thinks that our Sun, and all stars, receive their power from outside, not inside. He further thinks that the solar wind is an electric current connecting the Sun with its family of planets and with its galactic clan.
Also, you’ll want to read “Thunderbolts of the Gods” by David Talbott and Wallace Thornhill, who think that many ancient myths can be explained when we realize that we live in electric universe.
You’ll also want to visit their website, www.thunderbolts.info.