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Comment on Mysterious glowing aurora over Saturn confounds scientists

Xereche Mon, Dec 1, 2008
Unfortunately, there is too much dogma in science, and main-stream cosmology is rife with theories claimed as facts. Repeated comments such as "we weren't expecting this" is an indication that models, such as the gravity-only model are failing to explain reality. There is only so much you can predict and not much you can actually prove using mathematics and computer models. If another model fits the observed evidence better, then the alternate model needs to be given due consideration using the honest scientific method and not simply trashed if it doesn't fit the previous model. Too many cosmologists depend on funding to keep their accepted but failing theories going, while another branch of science has much better theoretical models that do not require ad-hoc theories to keep outdated theories alive. If provided with the tools to research instead of denied telescope time simply because their theories threaten main-stream theories, then this really could be the new cosmology:

http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2007/arch07/070517polarstorm.htm

http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2007/arch07/070312saturnheating.htm