I have long since concluded that "Skeptics" magazines are some of the most gullible people around. They embrace "accepted" theories and ideas without question or analysis. A true skeptic weighs both sides carefully without bias or emotion, and presents arguments from both sides honestly. Critical thinking is the ability to weigh two opposing views and then to come to conclusions based on evidence without emotion. When I first found Thunderbolts four years ago, I was absolutely fascinated by the beauty of the Electric Universe theory, but I required it to prove itself to me. Over the next couple of years, I read the Picture of the Day, daily. (I still do most of the time.) Before I would commit myself to EU as accurate, I required that it explain itself clearly to me so that I understood it in a reasonably complete way, and that it provide sufficient ongoing proofs that it was accurate. It has long since done so.
I wanted, then, to raise a question found in this article; that is, that the phenomena experienced by the earth in the past is not happening today. It seems to me that the future of the solar system is written in the flow of currents coming towards the sun. If I understand the explanation of the sun correctly from Scott's book, our sun is at full discharge capacity. Conventional science is reporting that the flow of charged particles around the sun is at its lowest since they have recorded it. As a result, the sun is at its quietest, with no sun spots for many months, and the flow of "solar wind" towards the earth is reduced. If I understand EU correctly, there is simply an ebb and flow, slight variations in the flow of electrical currents down the arm of the galaxy. My question then is, would a surge of electrical flow overwhelm the capacity of the sun to discharge, causing it to create more surface discharge area by blowing a large chunk of itself out (thus creating a new planet)? This is speculative, of course, but it's fun to speculate. The result would be that what was once experienced on this earth would be present experience again.
And both the "skeptics" and most of humanity who believe conventional astronomy, would be very confused indeed.