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Multimedia snippets which may be of interest to our readers.

More Baffling Pluto Geology | Space News

A spectacular recently released image of the surface of the dwarf planet Pluto is yet again sending planetary scientists back to the drawing board. In the informally named Vega Terra region is a dramatic field of craters with bright rims … Continue reading

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Electric Universe Geology: A New Beginning | Space News

Earth geology is primarily a study of incremental processes over eons of time. Volcanoes, earthquakes, weathering and erosion are the forces that geologists theorize as having shaped our planet’s land forms and surfaces. But the Electric Universe is opening new … Continue reading

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Ben Davidson: The Sun/Earthquake Connection | Space News

The question of the Sun’s possible role in triggering large earthquakes is a subject of growing scientific interest. For decades, some have noted apparent correlations between dramatic solar phenomena and seismic activity. Yet definitive scientific proof of a connection has … Continue reading

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Historical Foundations for an Electric Universe | Space News

In this Space News episode, Thunderbolts colleague Bishop Nicholas Sykes explores the foundations that early experimentalists laid for the Electric Universe theory of today. Throughout our culture, certain figures stand as iconic symbols of scientific genius. Long after their lives … Continue reading

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Comet Siding Spring: Electrical Chaos on Mars | Space News

New scientific reports are providing spectacular details on the Comet Siding Spring’s close encounter with the planet Mars. According to NASA investigators, the effects of the encounter on the Martian magnetosphere were as dramatic as they were surprising. In October … Continue reading

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The Comet Venus — Past and Present | Space News

The planet Venus presents many unresolved mysteries to planetary scientists. However, equally mysterious is Venus’ extraordinary role in the world’s ancient astronomies. In this Space News episode, we explore the remarkable electrical environment of Venus today and the evidence for … Continue reading

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Blue Jet Above the Electric Earth | Space News

For the first time ever, an image has been captured of an elusive electrical phenomenon above the Earth. An astronaut aboard the International Space Station imaged a kind of electrical discharge in the upper atmosphere known as a blue jet. … Continue reading

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Theoretical Alternatives in an Electric Universe | Space News

In the 20th century, institutionalized science embraced the concept of a Universe dominated by invisible forces and entities. We are told that at the core of every large galaxy is a supermassive black hole, a region which is said to … Continue reading

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Magnetoreception Mysteries | Electricity of Life

Continuing an inquiry into the electromagnetic sensitivity of various organisms, we take an accessible look at the biology involved. We consider some interactions with EMF from the scale of cow herds down to the nucleotides of DNA. Extensive resources are … Continue reading

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The Invention of the Neutron Star | Space News

What is a neutron star? Standard Model scientists tell us that the material leftover from a supernova explosion of a massive star collapses gravitationally, forming a very a small and incredibly dense star mostly composed of tightly packed neutrons. Supposedly, … Continue reading

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