Category Archives: thunderblogs

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

Anthony Peratt Part 2: Backbone of the Sky

Plasma Scientist Anthony Peratt Meets the Electric Universe By David Talbott PART 2:  The Backbone of the Sky The events leading to the destruction of plasma scientist Tony Peratt’s career hold a unique message for all of us. Over a … Continue reading

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Plasma Scientist Anthony Peratt Meets the Electric Universe

Plasma Scientist Anthony Peratt Meets the Electric Universe By David Talbott Could a Single Pictograph Spark a Scientific Revolution? The story of plasma scientist Tony Peratt and the personal cost of his involvement with the Electric Universe community deserves to be … Continue reading

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Surface Conductive Faults

Surface Conductive Faults By Andrew Hall When high voltage electrical circuitry is sufficiently overloaded, or damaged, the current will seek alternative conductive paths to discharge to ground. It causes a dangerous event called an arc flash. Arc flash occurs when … Continue reading

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Evidence of Electrical Activity on Comet 67P: Towards an Electrochemical Framework for Cometary Phenomena

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The Antipodal Moon

The Antipodal Moon By Andrew Hall Science has puzzled over the Moon more than any other body in space. It’s the only place mankind has walked and brought back a ton of rocks. Yet, some of its features puzzle scientists … Continue reading

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Lensing by Refraction…Not Gravity?

Lensing by Refraction…not Gravity? By Andrew Hall Big Bang cosmology has its challenges – it also has its challengers. The Electric Universe community is a challenger to the standard gravitational model, believing space-time to be a misinterpretation of the Universe. … Continue reading

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Neolithic Man and the Electric Universe

Neolithic Man and the Electric Universe By Brian Cairns Just east of ancient Roman seaport Ostia is a raised dendritic pattern distinguished from the surrounding terrain by its luxurious vegetation. The ridges are so precisely defined, with so little erosion, … Continue reading

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Bioelectric Exploration of Acupoints

Bioelectric Exploration of Acupoints By Alexander Fournier In 1976, a research team funded by the National Institute of Health comprised of Robert Becker, Maria Reichmanis, Andrew Marino, and Joseph Spadaro published a groundbreaking series of bioelectrical experiments. Becker had been … Continue reading

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Looking for Lightning

Looking for Lightning By Andrew Hall One thing you can say about lightning – it’s not very subtle. Geomorphologist Stephan Grab and Geologist Jasper Knight at Johannesburg’s University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa have studied the Drakensberg Peaks in … Continue reading

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Evolution and Earth’s Electric Field

Evolution and Earth’s Electric Field By Alexander Fournier Biorhythms of the Earth and its Offspring In 1982 experienced anthropologist and pharmacologist Francis Ivanhoe published the first of multiple studies in which he would catalog an important discovery for evolutionary science. … Continue reading

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