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In November 2013, skywatchers around the world eagerly awaited the approach of Comet ISON. Dubbed the “Comet of the Century” by several in the media, some astronomers had predicted a stupendous cometary display as Comet ISON approached its perihelion. The … Continue reading
The most intense electromagnetic event known to occur in the heavens is the gamma ray burst. For many years, scientists have claimed that most gamma ray burst occur when stars run out of nuclear fuel then collapse to form a … Continue reading
It’s one of the great mysteries of solar physics. Why is the temperature of the Sun’s Corona exponentially greater than the temperature of the Sun’s surface? For nearly 75 years, this question has haunted solar physicists, who have attempted to … Continue reading
Astronomers working with the Hubble Space Telescope are expressing their complete bafflement over a recently observed asteroid, P2013/P5, which has astonished scientists with its unprecedented display of six cometary-like tails. Adding further surprise, the astronomers watched as the object’s tail … Continue reading
Astronomers today are puzzling over the unexpected brightening of a recently discovered comet. On October 20, an observer in Japan noted that the brightness of Comet X1 LINEAR was over 100 times greater than astronomers had expected, which they explain … Continue reading
Between May and December of 2002 a remarkable event occurred in the heavens. A previously unknown star named V838 Mon brightened spectacularly–then faded–then leaped back to life. At its brightest, it was about a million times brighter than the sun. … Continue reading
What does it mean to say we live in a plasma universe? And why is the plasma universe an electric universe? Listen here for a brief explanation by David Talbott. This video clip is scheduled for inclusion soon in Chapter … Continue reading
This brief video is scheduled for inclusion soon in Chapter 3 of the Beginner’s Guide to the Electric Universe. Check out Chapters 1 and 2 of the Beginner’s Guide in development at: http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/begin… Contrasting viewpoints are the fuel for progress … Continue reading
Recently discovered X-ray emitting plasma arms of the Coma Galaxy Cluster, stretching almost half a million light-years, have left astronomers scratching their heads. The expected turbulence, predicted by their gravitational models, was not found.
This video clip will be included in Chapter 2 of the Beginner’s Guide to the Electric Universe, now in development.