Saturday morning (US time), Dave Smith will present "An Introduction to Electric Universe Theory," in conjunction with the Natural Philosophy Alliance. Dave is the managing editor of the Thunderblog page at Thunderbolts.info and has facilitated extensive liaison with scientists and others interested in the Electric Universe hypothesis.
The presentation will last two hours and will include plenty of time for questions and answers.
There are no special requirements or downloads needed to attend the conference, which is free and open to all. A live "chat" (keyboard style) will run concurrently with the presentation, and all attendees can use this function to pose questions or offer comments.
Those who have headsets with a microphone will be able to speak directly to both the presenter and audience during the Q&A phase.
When: Saturday, August 07, 7:00am US Pacific Time.
(New York, 10.00am; Sydney, midnight August 07/08)
Where: Just go to http://live.worldsci.org
about 10 minutes before start time, to ensure a place. Places will be limited to the first 100 attendees. Once at the conference 'room' (this is an automatic process, room name is "dehilster"), just enter your name in the box and click OK, and you'll be in.
First come first served, so don't be late!
The Standard Model of Cosmology is the name given to the generally accepted theory of the Universe, its origins, and the way it works. The model relies heavily on a hypothesized “Big Bang”, along with Einstein’s relativistic theories of gravity and light. For many decades scientific critics have raised objections to the Standard Model. It is often suggested that standard cosmology has replaced empirical evidence with mathematical abstractions that almost no one understands. This presentation will introduce participants to a well-researched alternative - Electric Universe theory. For this introduction, the presentation will be broad in scope and limited in technical detail, but will offer numerous pointers to the groundbreaking work of others in this field.