These lab results creating "blueberries," alongwith the electrical generation of craters, revealedthat there was mounting, powerful evidence ofelectrical scarring not only on the planet Mars buton all the rocky bodies in the solar system.Planets, moons and asteroids likewise are coveredwith the familiar round, clean, flat-bottomedcraters, so mysteriously free of fallback debris.The results were published by the IEEE, APS, andthe Open Astronomy Journal.
Later Stephen Smith wrote widely read papers onNew Zealand's Moeraki Boulders, recentlydiscovered Chinese concretions, and Martian
He expertly examined the evidenceboth from the structure of the concretions andfrom the surrounding rock strata, and made abold argument for an electrical, non-sedimentarytheory for their formation.
“The conventionaltheories,” he wrote,
are based exclusively onchemistry andmechanics. Butthere is anotherphenomena thatproduces spheres
discharge tendsto producespherical layering and a distinct equator and pole,
because the electromagnetic force ‘squeezes’
perpendicular to the current that creates it
Tim Fisher, longtime collector of crab concretions in theNW, holds a crab concretion along the poles, demonstratingthe best place to break it open - in this case along theequatorial bulge.Above: an example of a fossil crab from the Lincoln CreekFormation in Washington, showing excellent preservationand the radial layering, or outer rind, common tofossiliferous concretions.
Scalability of Vemasat’s Results
In his paper "Laboratory Modeling of MeteoriteImpact Craters by Z-pinch Plasma," Dr. CJRansom wrote a brief history of the use of lasersand spark-machining on metal surfaces toreproduce craters on a sub-millimeter scale. Dr.Ransom's work expanded the type of substancesused for experimentation, and also simulatedcraters to over a centimeter in diameter.Regarding the scalability of the results, CJRansom summarized: