New Information on Solar Coronal Heating

A new article  (paper) indicates that astrophysicists are coming around to a closer understanding of what has been published on this site for years. For decades astrophysicists have imagined that the million-degree temperatures of the solar corona, so much hotter than the surface of the Sun (5,000K) must be driven by invisible magnetic energy coming up from the Sun’s surface. While cyclic catastrophism has repeatedly claimed these high temperatures are due to rocks falling toward the Sun. See: 2011 post and 2015 post
The latest data discussed in the article cited above seems to corroborate cyclic catastrophism:

“We can now observe in very fine detail how energy is transported in solar flares, in this case from the corona where it has been stored to the lower chromosphere tens of thousands of miles below it, where most of the energy is finally converted into heat and radiated away,” “What is particularly interesting is that these bright areas of impact are so small in size that they have been present, but overlooked in previous observations with lower resolution,”

The bright areas mark the impacts of rocks blasted from Mars between 3687 and 687 BC when it orbited the Earth, still falling at extremely high velocities (30,000 km/sec) into the corona, the Suns atmosphere. Because establishment scientists fail to recognize the recent catastrophism, they cannot imagine a source of so many rocks and therefore believe that the energy must be coming up from the Sun.

Job 38  [1] Then the Lord answered Job out of a whirlwind, and said: [2] Who is this that wrappeth up sentences in unskillful words? [3] Gird up thy loins like a man: I will ask thee, and answer thou me. [4] Where wast thou when I laid up the foundations of the earth? tell me if thou hast understanding. [5] Who hath laid the measures thereof, if thou knowest? or who hath stretched the line upon it? … [38] When was the dust poured on the earth, and the clods fastened together?

~ by Angiras on April 21, 2016.

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