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Multimedia snippets which may be of interest to our readers.

Discourses on an Alien Sky | When Planets Were the Gods

With this introduction, David Talbott begins a series of video presentations exploring the profound celestial events that shaped early cultures the world over. It’s a vast subject with radical implications—a new perspective on planetary history and the human past. See the … Continue reading

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Rosetta Mission Update | 67P—The Violent Birth of a Comet

The electric comet idea forces us to consult the astronomical testimony of our earlier forebears, where independent accounts told with different words and different symbols in different parts of the world, convey a story of planetary catastrophe.       … Continue reading

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WHAT IF? Asking the Dangerous Questions with Tom Wilson

With this video, Dr.Tom Wilson begins a series of discourses looking at critical issues in the theoretical sciences. The series will give special attention to themes highlighted by the science of the Electric Universe.            

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Rosetta Mission Update | Comet 67P — Electrical Sculpting of Surface Dust

For several months now, the Rosetta Mission has followed the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko around the sun. And as we’ve expected, direct observation continues to add one mystery to another. How are we to understand the weird configurations of dust on the … Continue reading

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Rosetta Mission Update | Jets of Comet 67P — Failed “Explanations” Continue

It seems that the puzzle of cometary jets continues to haunt comet science. The mystery has been stated and re-stated for decades. But it’s possible that a resolution is now within reach, through the Rosetta Mission to comet 67P?Churyumov Gerasimenko? … Continue reading

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Rosetta Mission Update | Rubble on 67P Defies Current Comet Theory

On the surface of today’s most well-studied comet, we see fields of rubble everywhere. From great boulders down to gravel, sand and dust, a surface littered with debris. Why would an evaporating clump of ice and dust look more like … Continue reading

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Rosetta Mission Update | Comets May Not Be What We Thought

The Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Perhaps the strangest solar system object ever observed up close in the course of the space age. It was the target of the Rosetta probe, whose 10-year journey began in March 2004, under the sponsorship of the … Continue reading

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Rosetta Mission Update | The Rocky Comet

This is first in a series of Rosetta Mission Updates with Wal Thornhill and Dave Talbott. In this brief video, Wal offers a preliminary assessment of the Rosetta Mission to Comet 67P. Look for timely updates to follow.     … Continue reading

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Wal Thornhill and David Talbott on Rosetta | Space News

Today, the chief principals of the Thunderbolts Project, Wal Thornhill and David Talbott, take a closer look at the latest information from the Rosetta mission to comet 67P. The Thunderbolts Rosetta predictions page: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/08/16/rosetta-mission-predictions/ Steve Smith September TPOD on the Rosetta … Continue reading

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Impossible “Neutron Star” Shatters Theory | Space News

m4s0n501 What is a neutron star? Astronomers tell us that these tiny yet massively dense objects form by gravitational collapse from the remnants of a massive star that has exploded. The theoretical neutron star was invented to try to explain … Continue reading

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