Category Archives: thunderblogs

A variety of editorial commentaries by in-house and guest contributors.

Mohammad Reza Shafizadeh

It is with pride and enthusiasm that we present the story below of the young Iranian scientist, Mohammad Reza Shafizadeh.   The Thunderbolts Project offered Mohammad a student scholarship to the EU2014 conference, and, after much work, he gained approval from … Continue reading

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Electric Spin and Ballerinas

Electric Spin and Ballerinas By Hilton Ratcliffe There is a particular and almost magical property of matter that has a profound effect on every single thing we’ve ever come across. It’s called spin. In a sub-atomic particle, or a planet, … Continue reading

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Fair Use

Fair Use: Now More Imperative Than Ever By David Talbott It’s often noted that the greatest force for scientific progress historically has come from innovative outsiders. And yet, for anyone seeking to explore a new possibility in the sciences today, … Continue reading

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Tornadoes, Plasmoids and Ball Lightning Identification Evidence

Edward Lewis www.sciencejunk.org onyshua@gmail.com Abstract Tornadoes and ball lightning are kinds of plasmoid phenomena. Certain anomalous characteristics of tornadoes and ball lightning are described here. Their behavior is shown to be similar to the behavior of plasmoid phenomena produced by … Continue reading

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Does Science Admit When it’s Wrong?

The two most recent Thunderblog articles, by Wal Thornhill and Dr. Jeremy Dunning-Davies, are epic meditations on the current state of cosmology and the future of science. Many who have followed the efforts of the Thunderbolts Project share a sense that we are … Continue reading

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Thoughts on ‘The Future of Theoretical Physics and Cosmology’

Recently there seems to have been increased activity on the internet amongst supporters of the general ideas of plasma cosmology and the electric universe discussing ways and means of furthering the claims of these two areas – two areas which … Continue reading

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Science’s Looming ‘Tipping Point’

It is essential in these exuberant times to pay critical attention to both the observational constraints and to the basic mathematical laws, with a clear sense of what is solid theory and what is only unsupported speculation. This seeming platitude … Continue reading

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A Simple Investigation of the Thesis of Isotope Decay Constancy Using Cobalt-60 and an Alcomax Magnet

This article was published in S.I.S. Review (Journal of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies) Vol III No. 2 in Autumn 1978 ADDENDUM, May 28. 2014:    

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Article 20 : Taking The Measure Of A Massive Rethink

A NEW PARADIGM OF SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT – THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE (A VIEW FROM THE CAYMAN ISLANDS) by Bishop Nicholas Sykes With this article complete I am “putting down my pen” for a little, and hope that the pause will help … Continue reading

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Article 19 : Implications of the electrical explanation of mass and gravity – Part 4

A NEW PARADIGM OF SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT – THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE (A VIEW FROM THE CAYMAN ISLANDS) by Bishop Nicholas Sykes In this article I hope to be able to look a little more closely into the Electric Universe expectation of … Continue reading

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