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Redshifts and Microwaves

  Feb 19, 2014 Modern astronomy surely suffers from a kind of blindness. It is either a blindness of mind or one of practice. The continuing presence of Big Bang cosmology among those who are charged with increasing the store … Continue reading

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Redshifts and Microwaves

  Sep 12, 2013 Modern astronomy surely suffers from a kind of blindness. It is either a blindness of mind or one of practice. The continuing presence of Big Bang cosmology among those who are charged with increasing the store … Continue reading

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Redshifts and Microwaves

  March 29, 2013 Modern astronomy surely suffers from a kind of blindness. It is either a blindness of mind or one of practice. The continuing presence of Big Bang cosmology among those who are charged with increasing the store … Continue reading

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The Great Beguiler

  Aug 3, 2015 Galaxy clusters are thought to be pulled by a force emanating from “beyond the horizon” of the Universe. Astronomers believe that the Universe is expanding at an ever accelerating rate. Contemporary theories suggest that galaxies are receding … Continue reading

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So, You Want To Learn More…

So, You Want To Learn More . . . By Jim Johnson Many of you are new to Electric Universe Theory and Thunderbolts. You are here to learn, because you’ve already seen some video, or been introduced by a friend. … Continue reading

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Another Fogged Image of Stephan’s Quintet

  July 20, 2015 This image of Stephan’s Quintet is befogged with the same obsolete commentary as previous images: the foreground galaxy, collisions, shock waves, and heat. Editor’s note: Please enjoy this Picture of the Day from July 20, 2009. … Continue reading

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Galactic Speedway

  Jul 10, 2015 Does gravity power stellar behavior? Modern astronomical models of cosmic evolution rely on the kinetic effects of cold gas collapsing from gravitational forces. Clouds of gas and dust a thousand times less dense than a puff … Continue reading

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Double Layer Bursters

  Jun 22, 2015 Gamma ray bursts might not be so far away. Astrophysicists describe gamma-ray bursts (GRB) as due to the “merging of neutron stars” or gamma-ray light radiating from supernova explosions. Recently, the SWIFT satellite’s Burst Alert Telescope … Continue reading

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Artistic Spin

  Jun 09, 2015 European astronomers have discovered that some quasar spin axes are aligned with the Large Scale Structure (LSS) in which they’re embedded. The Electric Universe (EU) also expects quasars to be aligned with the larger Birkeland currents … Continue reading

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An Itsy-Bitsy Spider

  Jun 04, 2015 ESO (European Southern Observatory) has announced the discovery of a “huge” star-forming region obscured by dust in the Spiderweb Galaxy protocluster. Alternatively, it may be a tiny spatter of dusty plasma ejected from a nearby galaxy. The … Continue reading

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