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Astronomers using the Pan-STARRS1 telescope recently observed a supernova that they say is “way too bright” for conventional theory to explain.
Thunderbolts colleague Michael Armstrong, the manager of Mikamar Publishing, discusses the potential threat a powerful solar storm might pose to modern civilization. A frightening historical precedent for such a potential disaster can be found in the Carrington event of 1859.
Wal Thornhill discusses the mystery of abundant millimeter-sized, roughly spherical “chondrules” in chondritic meteorites. What was the source of the enigmatic heating and rapid cooling of these embedded materials?
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake discusses TED’s controversial decision to remove his talk from their YouTube channel. Rupert’s response to TED and its anonymous scientific board may be read on the official TED blog: http://blog.ted.com/2013/03/14/open-f…
On his website, in the “Controversies” section, Rupert has documented many instances when he’s been forced to publicly respond to false and defamatory statements by leading “skeptics”:http://www.sheldrake.org/D&C/cont…
A lively panel at the EU 2013 conference featured Gerald Pollack, Maewan Ho, Rupert Sheldrake, Dean Radin, Craig Holdridge, and Wal Thornhill. Panel moderated by Jim Ryder.