thunderblogs 2011 archive (post august)

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December 27, 2011 by Bishop Nicholas Sykes
A NEW PARADIGM OF SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT – THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE  (A VIEW FROM THE CAYMAN ISLANDS) - by Rev Nicholas Sykes David Talbott points out that the Ancients spoke of the thunderbolt ruling the universe. When we transpose their conceptual … Continue reading
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December 24, 2011 by Bishop Nicholas Sykes
A VIEW OF THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE FROM THE CAYMAN ISLANDS A NEW PARADIGM OF SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT – THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE - by Rev Nicholas Sykes   A concept that has gained increasing acceptance in current Physics is the idea of … Continue reading
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December 22, 2011 by Bishop Nicholas Sykes
A VIEW OF THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE FROM THE CAYMAN ISLANDS A NEW PARADIGM OF SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT – THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE In the last article a fundamental problem with the Theory of Relativity was cited: it does not cohere adequately with … Continue reading
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December 15, 2011 by Bishop Nicholas Sykes
A VIEW OF THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE FROM THE CAYMAN ISLANDS A NEW PARADIGM OF SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT – THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE In my last article there were two statements on the topic of areas of the existing mainstream paradigms of science … Continue reading
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December 11, 2011 by David Talbott
 (Discovering the Electric Sun – Part 3) The Sun’s PNP Transistor The three plots below, provided by Don Scott, show the energy, electric field strength, and charge density as a function of radial distance from the Sun’s surface. Scott draws … Continue reading
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December 8, 2011 by Bishop Nicholas Sykes
A VIEW OF THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE FROM THE CAYMAN ISLANDS A NEW PARADIGM OF SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT – THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE – Article 1 - by Rev Nicholas Sykes It was a great experience for me to attend a four day … Continue reading
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December 8, 2011 by David Talbott
   (Discovering the Electric Sun – Part 2) Quantification It is the general agreement between theory and observation that provides the foundation for quantification. Specialized inquiry can then test the rigor and precision of the qualitative argument with equations and … Continue reading
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December 8, 2011 by Prof. Donald E. Scott
Seems Voyager 1 has been able to supply us with more accurate data to enable new calculations of the Solar Electron Flux[1]. In the late 1970’s Ralph Juergens investigated how (or whether) the Sun could be obtaining its energy via … Continue reading
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December 5, 2011 by David Talbott
In the twentieth century, pioneers of plasma cosmology began to identify the crucial role of electric currents in interstellar and intergalactic space. The “electric universe” hypothesis extends plasma cosmology into domains that were, at best, only partially touched by its … Continue reading
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October 27, 2011 by Wal Thornhill
Editors Note: The Bentham Open Astronomy Journal has now published a “Special Edition” with a focus on Plasma Cosmology. A peer-reviewed journal, its goal is to publish quality papers rapidly and to make them freely available to researchers worldwide. The … Continue reading
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October 23, 2011 by David Talbott
Editor’s note: the following article has just been published in the October-December issue of Edge Science. In the 20th century no scientist added more to our knowledge of electromagnetism in space than Hannes Alfvén (1908–1995). His insights changed the picture … Continue reading
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October 17, 2011 by davesmith_au
Editors Note: The Bentham Open Astronomy Journal has now published a “Special Edition” with a focus on Plasma Cosmology.  A peer-reviewed journal, its goal is to publish quality papers rapidly and to make them freely available to researchers worldwide. The following … Continue reading
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October 11, 2011 by Wal Thornhill
“Science today is about getting some results, framing those results in an attention-grabbing media release and basking in the glory.” —Kerry Cue, Canberra Times, 5 October 2011 On October 4, 2011 the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to three … Continue reading
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October 6, 2011 by David Talbott
by David Talbott The comet Elenin, a subject of intense Internet discussion for several months, seems to have disappointed everyone.  I speak here not just of the doomsayers, who were awaiting a frightful specter in recent weeks.  You might think … Continue reading
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September 7, 2011 by David Talbott
The Bentham Open Astronomy Journal has now published a “Special Edition” ([Special Issue #002] [Pp. 162-210]) with a focus on Plasma Cosmology.  The issue titled “Some Initial Thoughts on Plasma Cosmology” features an editorial of the same title by Jeremy … Continue reading
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September 7, 2011 by davesmith_au
After months of anticipation, with the launch of our new site format comes also the long-awaited Essential Guide to the Electric Universe.  Originally authored by Bob Johnson and edited by a team led by Jim Johnson, the Guide (EG2EU for … Continue reading
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September 7, 2011 by davesmith_au
Some visitors will likely notice a difference in both site appearance and functionality if they’ve been coming to thunderbolts for a while. We are now using WordPress software to manage site content. This means we have relatively static pages, like … Continue reading
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September 5, 2011 by Wal Thornhill
September 05, 2011 By Jeremy Dunning-Davies, Senior Lecturer in Physics at the University of Hull and member of the Royal Astronomical Society and Natural Philosophy Alliance. In a posting on the Thunderbolts web site on June 6th, Mel Acheson commented … Continue reading
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August 31, 2011 by Wal Thornhill
29 August, 2011 “Those who regard philosophy as a ‘soft’ and unscientific discipline, in contrast to the ‘hard’ and scientific fields of mathematics and physics, have accepted a Big Lie. The ideas of mathematicians and physicists can be no more … Continue reading

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