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Multimedia snippets which may be of interest to our readers.

Quasars in an Electric Universe | Space News

A team working with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey has announced that a so-called distant quasar has mysteriously dimmed in a shockingly short period of time, not over millions of years as required by theory but only 12 years after … Continue reading

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Charge Separation in Space | Space News

Dr. Michael Clarage continues his discussion of Earth’s electrical environment and his ongoing role as a scientist on the SAFIRE project. In episode one, Dr. Clarage offered his thoughts on a recent Space.com report on mysterious fluctuations of electrons in … Continue reading

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Electric Crater Chains | Space News

Of the many puzzling crater forms seen on rocky bodies throughout the solar system, the recurring pattern of crater chains on planets, moons, and asteroids is a puzzle that demands a willingness to explore new, theoretical possibilities. The standard story … Continue reading

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The Case of the Missing Electrons | Space News

A new scientific study has proposed a new hypothesis for a long-standing mystery in atmospheric science. For many years, scientists have wondered why the concentration of electrons in Earth’s atmosphere suddenly drops in a region dozens of miles above the … Continue reading

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Piers Corbyn: Electrical Weather | Space News

Among the top science news stories of 2015, dramatic affirmations of the electromagnetic connection between the Earth and the Sun have been demonstrated. With each new discovery, the Sun’s profound influence on Earth’s climate and weather becomes more self-evident. However, … Continue reading

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The Electric Comet II — Mysteries Deepen

This is the second segment of Episode 4, Symbol of an Alien Sky: The Electric Comet II documentary series. It provides an update of comet science, starting where our earlier documentary The Electric Comet left off. Our objective in both … Continue reading

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WAL THORNHILL: 2015 A Year of Surprises | Thunderbolts Podcast

2015 was a year of major surprises in the space sciences, and a year of remarkable triumphs for the Electric Universe. In today’s podcast, physicist Wal Thornhill offers his analysis of the top stories we’ve covered on Space News in … Continue reading

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Getting Serious About Ceres | Space News

Recent science news headlines have proclaimed that the intriguing mystery of the bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres has been resolved. According to a paper recently published in the journal Nature, investigators with NASA’s DAWN mission have ruled out … Continue reading

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Einstein: The Mythology of Celebrity | Space News

In part two of this presentation, physicist Wal Thornhill continues his exploration of the cultural phenomena surrounding the life and career of Albert Einstein. With the passage of time, it seems that both the popular culture and much of institutionalized … Continue reading

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“I Am No Einstein!” | Space News

In modern times, no figure has better represented the title of genius than theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, Time Magazine’s Man of the Century. Einstein’s theories of Special and General Relativity continues to shape much of cosmologies theoretical framework. However, contrary … Continue reading

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