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Multimedia snippets which may be of interest to our readers.

SAFIRE—The Documentary (trailer)

The premiere of SAFIRE — The Documentary will take place on Saturday evening, June 27, at the EU2015 Conference: Paths of Discovery, Phoenix Arizona. PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO. The SAFIRE Project is an experimental investigation of electric discharge behavior of … Continue reading

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Pluto: New Horizons in the Electric Universe | Space News

In July of this year, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is scheduled to achieve the first ever close-up fly by of Pluto, which is more than 4.5 billion miles from Earth. Like the scientific world at large, the electric universe community … Continue reading

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Electric Currents Create Cosmic Magnetic Fields | Space News

Scientists in Germany using the Hubble space telescope have detected extremely strong magnetic fields in a quasar which is said to be about 4 billion light years from Earth. The magnetic fields were measured at 200 million Gauss. In comparison, … Continue reading

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Valles Marineris in the Laboratory? | Space News

The most stupendous feature on Mars is Valles Marineris, the great trench stretching more than 3000 miles across the Martian surface. In the 1970’s the engineer Ralph Juergens first proposed that Valles Marineris is the scar left by a giant, … Continue reading

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The Completely Unexpected Reason People Call Others ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ | Space News

A surprising tactic against the Electric Universe is the characterization of its proponents as “conspiracy theorists.” Let us lay aside for the moment the question of the prevalence of actual “conspiracies” throughout history and in the world today. Let us … Continue reading

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Google’s Plan to “Estimate Web Sources’ Trustworthiness” | Space News

Many disturbing examples demonstrate that scientific debate and inquiry on the Internet is not always free nor open. One such example may be Google’s recently announced plan to begin manipulating search engine results to reward websites based on their apparent … Continue reading

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Preview with Michael Steinbacher | EU2015

A growing community of scientists and independent investigators are exploring the effects of electrical discharges on planetary surfaces. A key figure in this blossoming field is Michael Steinbacher, a professional photographer who has studied the geological formations in the American … Continue reading

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Does Gravity Alone Rule the Cosmos? | Space News

For nearly three years, we have reported on countless discoveries that challenge the foundations of modern cosmology and astrophysics. Today we routinely hear of celestial objects ranging in scale from stars, galaxies and quasar groups that should not exist if … Continue reading

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Are Bright Spots on Ceres Electric? | Space News

In March, the NASA Dawn Spacecraft entered the orbit of the mysterious dwarf planet Ceres, with the craft scheduled to begin sending images to Earth later this month. For several weeks, surprising and unexplained bright spots within a crater on … Continue reading

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The Electrochemistry of Comets with Dr. Franklin Anariba | Space News

It is a great paradox in comet science: We are told that a comet nucleus is a ball of ice, or dirty snowball, or icy fluff ball that accreted billions of year ago in the solar system’s infancy. Comets are … Continue reading

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