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Multimedia snippets which may be of interest to our readers.

EILEEN MCKUSICK: Biofield Science in the Electric Universe | Thunderbolts Podcast

Eileen Day McKusick is the originator of an innovative therapeutic method called Biofield Tuning. This practice is based on the concept that the body is surrounded by a “bio-magnetic field” which produces sound waves. These sound waves can act as … Continue reading

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Mysterious Outburst from Comet 67P | Space News

New scientific reports are describing a surprising outburst of activity from the comet 67P, measured by instruments on the European Space Agency Rosetta probe in February of this year. The explanation that ESA investigators have offered is “we think the … Continue reading

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How Does the Sun Work? | Space News

For the better part of a century, the scientific consensus has been that a nuclear reaction within the Sun causes the Sun’s light, heat, and radiation. But rather than confirming this model, modern space discovery has only provided seemingly endless … Continue reading

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A New Way of Seeing the Solar System | Space News

In Part One of this presentation, Dr. Michael Clarage, a scientist on the SAFIRE Project team, proposed an entirely new way of seeing our solar system, based on the principles of electrical engineering. In Part Two, Dr. Clarage further elaborates … Continue reading

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BEN DAVIDSON: Promising Electric Universe Investigations | Thunderbolts Podcast

At the EU2016 conference in Phoenix, Arizona, members of the Electric Universe community joined to explore new paths of discovery. A featured speaker at the conference was Ben Davidson, the founder of the online research community, Suspicious0bservers, which primarily focuses … Continue reading

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The Missing Ceres Craters Mystery | Space News

Scientists studying the surface features of the dwarf planet Ceres are proposing a new theory for its geologic history. One problem facing NASA investigators is the absence of exceptionally large so-called impact basins from collisions, which planetary scientists believe must … Continue reading

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Electric Asteroid’s Dust Emissions | Space News

This month on Space News, we reported on a recent study that confirms electrostatic dust transportation occurs on airless bodies in space, including comets, asteroids and moons. Nevertheless, few astronomers today consider electrical effects on comets or asteroids when attempting … Continue reading

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Lightning-Generated Minerals on Mars | Space News

New discoveries today are forcing planetary scientists to consider completely rewriting the history of the planet Mars. NASA scientists today are expressing their amazement over the completely unexpected discovery of a mineral in a Martian crater. Within the Marias Pass region … Continue reading

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Montgomery Childs: SAFIRE Project Update | EU2016

Building on the past year of experimentation and analysis, the SAFIRE Project is moving into Phase 2, which takes the lessons from the Phase 1 Proof of Concept Prototype into a much larger chamber. Phase 1 ended on a cliff-hanger … Continue reading

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Electric Stars, Electric Universe | Space News

The fundamental difference between the Electric Universe and standard cosmology can probably be summarized as follows: The electric universe is a connected universe, where nothing is born or exists in isolation. Filamentary networks of electric currents pervade space, producing the … Continue reading

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