EU Meetup March 13, 2018 

Ideal triangle

From Richard Moore:

This first image shows the main Birkeland current that surrounds the heliosphere:

This next image shows the part of the current that funnels down to the Sun and powers it:

This next image shows that the Earth’s current and magnetic field have the same geometry as the Sun’s. The main current comes from the left (from the Sun), and part of it is channeled in at the poles, same as with the Sun:

Here you can see the major current, from the Earth to the Sun, and the smaller current that comes in at the poles. Most of the major current goes around the region of the Earth and continues on to the outer Solar System. 

Similarly, with stars, the main current comes out from the center of the galaxy, most of it passing around the star, and part of it coming in at the poles, illuminating the Sun, and then passing out through the plane of the solar system, impacting the planets, as shown here with the Earth.

Ancient Corinthian vase depicting PerseusAndromeda and Ketos

The hippocampus is a small organ located within the brain's medial temporal lobe and forms an important part of the limbic system, the region that regulates emotions. Thehippocampus is associated mainly with memory, in particular long-term memory. The organ also plays an important role in spatial navigation.

Pegasus was sacred to the Muses. The mother of the Muses is Mnemosyne who is the goddess of memoryPegasus represents the hippocampus of the brain responsible for memory. ... Pegasus was connected to the Muses because he created their fountain, (Hippocrene) on Mt. Helicon.

Pegasus is associated with poetry, and in one tale he was tamed by the GODDESS ATHENA and presented to the Muses. These nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne the goddess of memory represent the arts, including music and poetry. It was said that whenever Pegasus’ hoof struck a place on the earth a spring would bubble up, and this was how he created the fountain Hippocrene to appear on Mount Helicon. This spring became the fountain of the Muses.

Winged horse, used to decorate a tool whose shape and use are unknown. Bronze figurine, made in a workshop in northwestern Greece (perhaps Ambrakia), third quarter of the 6th century BC. From Dodona in Epirus

Is there a high resolution of this one?

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