Voyager 1 Confirms Electric Heliosphere

Mission scientists on NASA’s Voyager 1 mission have reported the discovery of “a new layer of the solar system that scientists hadn’t known was there.” The scientists are calling the region Voyager 1 has entered a “magnetic highway,” where “charged particles from inside the heliosphere …flow outward,” and cosmic rays come in. The long-standing view of the heliosphere as an electrically neutral and isolated “bubble” can no longer be maintained.

One scientist quoted on Newscientist.com says of these findings:

“Everything we’ve seen [from Voyager] is not what we expected to see”… “People have been working on this for a long time. Just about every expectation we’ve had has been confounded so far.”

In this interview, Wal Thornhill explains why these latest findings, along with countless other “surprises” for solar physicists, are not confounding at all for proponents of the electric sun hypothesis.

NEWS FLASH: “ELECTRIC UNIVERSE 2013: The Tipping Point.” A breakthrough conference, Jan 3-6 in Albuquerque New Mexico. Wal Thornhill, David Talbott, Rupert Sheldrake, Gerald Pollack, Mae Wan Ho, Dean Radin, and many more, including most of the speakers highlighted in the ThunderboltsProject videos.

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