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Multimedia snippets which may be of interest to our readers.

The Theoretical Foundation for Confronting Science’s Immunity to Change | Space News

The Electric Universe community consists of individuals who seem to share a common trait — that is the tendency to question ideas and beliefs that academia and society at large accept as true. It’s easy to recognize the obstinacy or … Continue reading

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The Effect of Ancient Catastrophe on Humankind | Space News

It is the hypothesis of many members of the Electric Universe community that within human memory, perhaps a mere four or five thousand years ago, the Earth’s sky and the inner solar system underwent profound changes. An epoch of planetary … Continue reading

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Pluto Sends Planetary Scientists Back to the Drawing Board | Space News

Today, physicist Wal Thornhill continues his discussion of NASA’s New Horizons mission to the dwarf planet Pluto. The mission has already provided a number of surprises for planetary scientists. The tiny planet’s geological activity, its apparent age, the stunning features … Continue reading

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New Horizons Update: Pluto and Planetary Origins| Space News

NASA’s New Horizons mission to the dwarf planet Pluto is attracting international attention to planetary science. And like all recent missions to planets, moons, comets and asteroids, surprising discoveries already abound for scientists on Earth. Giant mountains on the Plutonian … Continue reading

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The Thunderbolts Project Patreon Campaign Starts Today!

Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/tboltsproject Today, we ask for your support to continue and to expand our outreach through our highly successful YouTube Channel and other tools in development through a newly established Patreon campaign. This could mean the addition of … Continue reading

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Pluto Flyby Marks New Milestone | Space News

On July 14, 2015, the NASA Spacecraft New Horizons will achieve the first ever flyby of the dwarf planet Pluto. The much anticipated mission is receiving international attention, and early images of the Plutonian system are already sparking some scientific … Continue reading

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Our Electrically Scarred Moon | Space News

Half-a-century ago, at the height of the Cold War, the Space Race between two competing superpowers set mankind on an accelerated path toward placing a man on the moon. In addition to its geopolitical significance, the moon was central in … Continue reading

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Mysterious Electric Mercury | Space News

In April 2015, the NASA spacecraft MESSENGER completed its more than four year journey in the orbit of the planet Mercury. New discoveries in the mission have emphasized just how mysterious Mercury is for planetary scientists. Recurring features across the … Continue reading

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Electrochemistry on Comet 67P | Space News

At the forthcoming Thunderbolts EU2015 Conference: Paths of Discovery in Phoenix, AZ, Dr. Franklin Anariba will be a featured speaker. He is a specialist in electrochemistry and a lecturer at Singapore University of Technology and Design. Today, we asked Dr. … Continue reading

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Rosetta Continues to Shatter Dirty Snowball Myth | Space News

In the last two Space News episodes, Wal Thornhill has reported on recent discoveries that provide stunning, foundational affirmation of the electric universe theory. We now turn our attention to the latest science reports from the ESA’s Rosetta mission to … Continue reading

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