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Multimedia snippets which may be of interest to our readers.

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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Electric Star Formation Confirmed | Space News

Today, physicist Wal Thornhill begins a series of reports on some remarkably significant recent discoveries in the space sciences. Scientists using the Herschel space observatory have observed in unprecedented detail filamentary structures throughout the Milky Way galaxy. A recent phys.org … Continue reading

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Preview with Monty Childs: SAFIRE Project Update | EU2015

The SAFIRE Project is the first ever laboratory experiment to test a theory of the Sun. In this audio interview, Monty Childs, the director of the SAFIRE Project, offers a brief outline of progress and look ahead to the SAFIRE … Continue reading

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Electrical Planetary Scarring in the Lab | Space News

When one gazes at our celestial neighborhood, the planets, moons, comets and asteroids we see defy the speculative history we learned in school. These bodies testify to events not included in any geology textbook. The evidence seem undeniable — high-energy … Continue reading

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The Grand Canyon in the Lab? | Space News

Processes thought to occur over millions of years are thought to have created our planet’s most wondrous geological features. However, within the electric universe community, scientists and independent investigators have explored the evidence that high-energy electromagnetic events have dramatically reshaped … Continue reading

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Preview with Dr. Tom Wilson: The Siren Song of Certainty | EU2015

At the forthcoming EU2015 Conference: Paths of Discovery, June 25 – 29, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, Dr. Tom Wilson will explore the psychological behavior revealed at the highest level of organized science. Today, Tom offers a brief introduction and overview of … Continue reading

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Ceres: An Electrically Scarred World | Space News

In April of 2015, the NASA Dawn Spacecraft began transmitting new, close-up images of the mysterious dwarf planet Ceres. The images to date have only deepened the mystery surrounding the puzzling bright spots on the planet’s surface. However, in addition … 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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