The Mysterious Hum

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 The Mysterious Hum By Jimmy Mikecz You hear a low rumble that sounds like it is about a mile away. You go outside, but the annoying noise is actually louder in your house. The low hum is not an appliance, and there are no factories or highways nearby. You and …

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Sputtering Canyons, Part 1

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Sputtering Canyons, Part 1 By Andrew Hall In summer of 2016, following the Electric Universe conference in Phoenix, Arizona, EU Geology researchers visited Arches National Monument and the deep reaches of Canyonlands, Utah, where the Green and Colorado Rivers channel through the Colorado Plateau. Arches National Monument is an astonishing …

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Lightning Scarred Earth, Part 2

Lightning Scarred Earth, Part 2 By Andrew Hall In Lightning Scarred Earth, Part 1,  Shiprock was presented as an example of a pinnacle created by lightning. Fulgarites are created when lightning strikes and current penetrates the ground, leaving a hollow tube of glassy, fused material behind. Current from the lightning …

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Lightning Scarred Earth, Part 1

Lightning Scarred Earth, Part 1 By Andrew Hall The blue-white arc of a lightning bolt stuns the senses. Blinding radiance, elemental beauty, awesome power and primordial danger flash into existence from thin air and vanish before the mind catches-up. We stare, immobile, unthinking and awestruck. In that moment, a channel …

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Science as a Personal Journey

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Science as a Personal Journey By Chris Reeve There is something you need to know about scientific controversies: Your own personal reaction to controversial science says much about the depth of your own thinking and your own propensity to lead. When we treat controversies as an open-ended clash of worldviews …

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History of Electric Comet Theory: Part 2

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History of Electric Comet Theory: Part 2 By Hannes Täger Ph.D. General knowledge and understanding of electricity progressed at an exponential rate in the late 18th century as electricity increasingly offered new and feasible explanations for hitherto mysterious natural phenomena. Scientists across Europe and the World wrote a vast number …

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Tornado — The Electric Model

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Tornado — The Electric Model By Andrew Hall Cold, Dusty Plasma… Previously, in Nature’s Electrode, we looked at an Electric Earth model for lightning genesis driven by a plasma corona formed from condensing and freezing water vapor in the central updraft of the thunderhead. We also looked at the thunderstorm …

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