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July 6, 2014 by B Talbott
A new NASA report describes the potential dangers that electrical environments of asteroids could pose for astronauts in future space missions. NASA scientists are now attempting to create models that will successfully predict dangerous electrical interactions between an approaching spacecraft … Continue reading

June 28, 2014 by B Talbott
A team of scientists studying the x-ray emissions of a so-called neutron star tell us that the existing theoretical models cannot explain what they’re seeing. Astronomers say that neutron stars are very small, yet massively dense objects that spin at … Continue reading

June 22, 2014 by B Talbott
Today, we delve into the very core of one of the great controveries in solar physics. In the 1960’s, scientists first discovered that the number of solar neutrinos detected on Earth did not fit the predictions of the standard model … Continue reading

May 31, 2014 by Stephen Smith
Scientists in the United Kingdom have reported findings that could change our understanding of lightning. Researchers have discovered a link between charged particles on the Sun and increased lightning on Earth. Wal Thornhill explains why this is not a surprise … Continue reading

May 22, 2014 by B Talbott
A team of scientists studying the afterglow of a gamma-ray burst tell us that their findings will re-write scientific theories. Using the Very Large Array Telescope, the team examined the afterglow of a gamma ray burst which mainstream astronomers assume … Continue reading

May 6, 2014 by B Talbott
Scientists using the BICEP2 telescope recently pronounced that they had discovered direct evidence of Einstein gravitational waves and cosmic inflation. The team describes having detected polarizations in the so-called Cosmic Microwave Background, which is described as the afterglow of the theoretical … Continue reading

April 26, 2014 by B Talbott
A team of scientists analyzing the coma and tail of Comet Hale- Bopp have published their observations in a landmark paper. What they discovered cannot be explained by the standard model of comets. The scientists analyzed the comet’s surprising coma … Continue reading

April 17, 2014 by B Talbott
Scientists working with the BICEP2 telescope have claimed to discover the first direct evidence of cosmic inflation, a process of radical expansion believed to have occurred after the theoretical Big Bang explosion. Based on data from the cosmic microwave background … Continue reading

April 5, 2014 by sschirott
A team of astronomers is puzzling over an unprecedented discovery–the first ever observed asteroid with its own ring system. The asteroid Chariklo, which is 250 km in diameter and orbits between Saturn and Uranus, displays two rings which are said … Continue reading

March 6, 2014 by B Talbott
Astrophysicists using the Submillimeter Array Telepscope have made an astonishing discovery on the formation of stars. The scientists obtained the most detailed images yet of a stellar nursery within the Snake Nebula. What they have discovered is not what they … Continue reading

March 1, 2014 by B Talbott
Scientists using the Green Bank Telescope have observed what they describe as a river of neutral hydrogen streaming into the Galaxy NGC 6946. The researchers conclude that this tenuous filament of gas is providing the necessary fuel for the high … Continue reading

February 26, 2014 by B Talbott
Dr. Jerry Pollack will speak at EU2014 along with Wal Thornhill and Dave Talbott and a whole roster of speakers. Check outhttps://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2013/… In this interview with Kim Gifford, Dr. Jerry Pollack, a professor in the bio-engineering department of the University … Continue reading

February 21, 2014 by B Talbott
NASA’s IBEX and Voyager 1 missions have shattered all conventional ideas about the heliospheric boundary, the region separating our solar system from interstellar space. In 2009, the IBEX spacecraft created the first all-sky map of the boundary revealing an astonishing … Continue reading

February 5, 2014 by B Talbott
Listen as mathematician Stephen Crothers tells us why not much has changed since Stephen Hawking’s recent “revelation” in his 4-page paper in Nature. Crothers will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Electric Universe 2014 Conference : All About Evidence, … Continue reading

February 4, 2014 by B Talbott
Our weekly review of the Thunderbolts Picture of the Day, with new articles every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and “best of” every Tuesday and Thursday. Monday — Black Flares: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/… Wednesday — Solar Bursts: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/… Friday — Knot so Fast!: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/… Print PDF

February 1, 2014 by B Talbott
Solar physicists around the world today are wondering: has the Sun fallen silent? In 2013, the Sun began the peak phase of its 11-year sun spot cycle called the Solar Maximum when sun spot production should be at its highest. … Continue reading

January 27, 2014 by B Talbott
Our weekly review of the Thunderbolts Picture of the Day, with new articles every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and “best of” every Tuesday and Thursday. Monday, Stars in the Plasma Focus: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/… Wednesday, Does Recession Exist? https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/… Friday, The Galilean Moons:  https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/… … Continue reading

January 22, 2014 by B Talbott
Our weekly review of the Thunderbolts Picture of the Day, with new articles every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and “best of” every Tuesday and Thursday. Monday: Touching Ground, by Rens van der Sluijs: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/… Wednesday: Star Forces, by Stephen Smith: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2014/… Friday: … Continue reading

January 16, 2014 by B Talbott
We continue the discussion of late Dr. Halton Arp’s contributions to science and astronomy, this time with an explanation of redshift. Print PDF

January 12, 2014 by B Talbott
On December 28, 2013, the acclaimed astronomer Halton Arp passed away at the age of 86 in Munich, Germany. Dr. Arp posed a challenge to the very foundation of modern cosmology; a challenge that grows only more relevant with new … Continue reading

January 6, 2014 by B Talbott
For context, see “The Electric Comet | Full Documentary”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34wtt2… This added segment addresses the strongest critical comment we’ve received on the documentary: we failed to mention the infrared readings of “water” in the Deep Impact ejecta. As usually happens … Continue reading

January 5, 2014 by B Talbott
Physicist Wal Thornhill will give two thought-provoking presentations at EU2014 Conference: All About Evidence, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, March 20 – 24, 2014. For more information see https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2013/… Here, Wal continues his discussion of the growing confusion in theoretical physics. While … Continue reading

December 29, 2013 by B Talbott
A new paper published by an MIT physicist claims to theoretically prove that so-called “quantum entanglement” — two particles seemingly occupying more than one state simultaneously — gives rise to a wormhole that allows particles to communicate through a “gravitational … Continue reading

December 17, 2013 by B Talbott
A newly discovered exoplanet poses a radical challenge to the consensus theory of planet and star formation. The massive exoplanet is eleven times the size of Jupiter yet it circles its parent star at a distance that is 650X the … Continue reading

December 8, 2013 by B Talbott
In November 2013, skywatchers around the world eagerly awaited the approach of Comet ISON. Dubbed the “Comet of the Century” by several in the media, some astronomers had predicted a stupendous cometary display as Comet ISON approached its perihelion. The … Continue reading

December 6, 2013 by B Talbott
The most intense electromagnetic event known to occur in the heavens is the gamma ray burst. For many years, scientists have claimed that most gamma ray burst occur when stars run out of nuclear fuel then collapse to form a … Continue reading

December 2, 2013 by B Talbott
It’s one of the great mysteries of solar physics. Why is the temperature of the Sun’s Corona exponentially greater than the temperature of the Sun’s surface? For nearly 75 years, this question has haunted solar physicists, who have attempted to … Continue reading

November 21, 2013 by B Talbott
Astronomers working with the Hubble Space Telescope are expressing their complete bafflement over a recently observed asteroid, P2013/P5, which has astonished scientists with its unprecedented display of six cometary-like tails. Adding further surprise, the astronomers watched as the object’s tail … Continue reading

November 6, 2013 by B Talbott
Astronomers today are puzzling over the unexpected brightening of a recently discovered comet. On October 20, an observer in Japan noted that the brightness of Comet X1 LINEAR was over 100 times greater than astronomers had expected, which they explain … Continue reading

October 23, 2013 by B Talbott
Between May and December of 2002 a remarkable event occurred in the heavens. A previously unknown star named V838 Mon brightened spectacularly–then faded–then leaped back to life. At its brightest, it was about a million times brighter than the sun. … Continue reading

October 23, 2013 by B Talbott
What does it mean to say we live in a plasma universe? And why is the plasma universe an electric universe? Listen here for a brief explanation by David Talbott. This video clip is scheduled for inclusion soon in Chapter … Continue reading

October 16, 2013 by B Talbott
This brief video is scheduled for inclusion soon in Chapter 3 of the Beginner’s Guide to the Electric Universe. Check out Chapters 1 and 2 of the Beginner’s Guide in development at: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/begin… Contrasting viewpoints are the fuel for progress … Continue reading

October 1, 2013 by B Talbott
Recently discovered X-ray emitting plasma arms of the Coma Galaxy Cluster, stretching almost half a million light-years, have left astronomers scratching their heads. The expected turbulence, predicted by their gravitational models, was not found. Print PDF

October 1, 2013 by B Talbott
This video clip will be included in Chapter 2 of the Beginner’s Guide to the Electric Universe, now in development. Print PDF

September 19, 2013 by B Talbott
It’s said that our universe is filled with billions of galaxies. But how far away are they? Astronomers calculate galaxies’ distances by measuring their redshift. The most redshifted galaxies are said to be the most ancient and remote. But recently … Continue reading

September 19, 2013 by B Talbott
Here we continue the discussion of the Voyager 1 spacecraft’s astonishing discoveries at the boundary of the heliosphere, revealing more surprises about the Sun’s magnetic field. Do charged particles from the Sun carry the Sun’s magnetic field out to remote … Continue reading

August 21, 2013 by B Talbott
The NASA spacecraft Voyager 1 has provided scientists on earth with a series of theory-shattering surprises. The probes Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 are now exploring the outer boundary of the Sun’s domain, called the heliosphere. What the probes have … Continue reading

August 17, 2013 by B Talbott
At the 20th annual meeting of the Natural Philosophy Alliance, Australian physicist Wallace Thornhill recounted his personal odyssey, starting with inspiration from Immanuel Velikovsky and culminating in an interdisciplinary perspective on the “Electric Universe.” Also at this meeting, Wal received … Continue reading

August 17, 2013 by B Talbott
Is it possible that the foundational assumptions of the theoretical sciences all express a common misunderstanding? From cosmology, the “queen of the sciences,” a core dogma of the 20th century filtered down through every discipline, constraining our ideas about galaxy … Continue reading

August 17, 2013 by B Talbott
Dr. Gerald Pollack talks about the Fourth Phase of Water, which is also the title of his newly released book. Other Electric Universe presentations at the NPA20 conference included Wallace Thornhill’s talk “The Interdisciplinary Story of the Electric Unvierse” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxaP91FdijU … Continue reading

July 26, 2013 by B Talbott
Our reporter Cameron Mercer continues his interview with Steve Smith, managing editor of the Thunderbolts Picture of the Day. The Earth-Sun connection, as part of the electrified heliosphere, makes clear that the Sun will never be properly understood apart from … Continue reading

July 7, 2013 by B Talbott
For many decades few scientists have challenged the standard model of the Sun. But in truth countless unresolved mysteries of the Sun continue to haunt scientists. Is the Electric Universe the key to a new and better understanding of our … Continue reading

July 7, 2013 by B Talbott
The astronomers studying the atmosphere of Venus are facing a new mystery. The Venusian winds have been steadily accelerating for the last 6 years. Scientists monitoring the Venus Express orbiter since 2006 noted the stunning increase in the already super … Continue reading

June 20, 2013 by B Talbott
We believe that this critical review of textbook comet theory can have a major impact on human understanding of these remarkable bodies. It can also reach well beyond the specialized science of comets to provoke a reconsideration of the Sun, … Continue reading

June 20, 2013 by B Talbott
For many years a scientific controversy has been brewing far from the spotlight of mainstream media. How constant are physical constants? For decades the scientific consensus has been that “true constants”, such as the speed of light and the gravitational … Continue reading

June 4, 2013 by B Talbott
Astronomers using the Pan-STARRS1 telescope recently observed a supernova that they say is “way too bright” for conventional theory to explain. Print PDF

May 27, 2013 by B Talbott
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. … Continue reading

May 19, 2013 by B Talbott
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? Print PDF

May 19, 2013 by B Talbott
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 … Continue reading

May 19, 2013 by B Talbott
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. Print PDF

May 12, 2013 by B Talbott
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. Print PDF

May 12, 2013 by B Talbott
The so-called “volcanoes” on Jupiter’s moon Io have long been conventionally interpreted as the effect of tidal forces acting on the moon. But a recent scientific paper has announced that this longstanding explanation does not fit with the actual location … Continue reading

April 28, 2013 by B Talbott
In this fascinating discussion of cup-and-ring engravings, or rock art known as “‘Caerdroia” or “Troy-Towns,” A P David connects these forms to the symbolism of ancient labyrinths as possible reflections of electrical formations in the ancient sky. Print PDF

April 28, 2013 by B Talbott
The so-called “volcanoes” on Jupiter’s moon Io have long been conventionally interpreted as the effect of tidal forces acting on the moon. But a recent scientific paper has announced that this longstanding explanation does not fit with the actual location … Continue reading

April 19, 2013 by B Talbott
Our resident epistemologist explains why the displacement of observational and experimental science with mathematics is a formula for disaster. Print PDF

April 19, 2013 by B Talbott
Here Paul Anderson, PhD., presents new evidence for an electrical interpretation of unique ravine formations on the Earth. Print PDF

April 14, 2013 by B Talbott
The Saturnian moon Enceladus may be one of the most enigmatic bodies in the solar system. For nearly a decade, NASA scientists have faced a series of puzzles that continue to challenge conventional theory. The electrical nature of these puzzling … Continue reading

April 10, 2013 by B Talbott
Perhaps you’ve already heard that GPS, by the very fact that it WORKS, confirms Einstein’s relativity; also that Black Holes must be real. But these are little more than popular fictions, according to the distinguished GPS expert Ron Hatch. Here … Continue reading

April 5, 2013 by B Talbott
Mel Acheson: What’s the Matter with Matter?   Print PDF

March 30, 2013 by B Talbott
It seems that Supernova 2005gl in the barred spiral galalxy NGC 266 demolished standard theories of stellar evolution by exploding before it had shed its hydrogen envelope—a possibility denied by the commonly accepted model of supernovae explosions. Print PDF

March 19, 2013 by B Talbott
Atmospheric scientist Bill Nichols offers a refreshing reconsideration of climate issues, with emphasis on the electrodynamic environment of the Earth, largely overlooked in the polarized debates on climate change. Print PDF

March 19, 2013 by B Talbott
A recently discovered supernova has left astronomers scratching their heads. It’s in the wrong cosmic neighborhood, and from the vantage point of conventional theory is behaving quite badly. Print PDF

March 18, 2013 by B Talbott
The Saturnian moon Enceladus may be one of the most enigmatic bodies in the solar system. For nearly a decade, NASA scientists have faced a series of puzzles that continue to challenge conventional theory. The electrical nature of these puzzling … Continue reading

March 4, 2013 by B Talbott
Yes, it’s an exotic subject, but Stephen Crothers has delivered a resounding critique of the most popular dogma in the theoretical sciences, all given at a level of common sense, free from mathematical elaborations. Download a PDF of Crothers’ powerpoint … Continue reading

February 26, 2013 by B Talbott
Thunderbolts Picture of the Day Managing Editor Stephen Smith continues his review of electrical scars on rocky bodies of the solar system, here concentrating on the planet Mars, perhaps the best laboratory in space for exploring the violent electrical history of … Continue reading

February 25, 2013 by B Talbott
Here is an introduction to challenges posed by the 20th century’s leading expert on peculiar galaxies. Halton Arp’s life’s work led him to discern a fundamental error in today’s cosmological assumptions: the common use of redshift to calculate galactic distances … Continue reading

February 25, 2013 by B Talbott
The recent explosion of a large meteor over Russia caused hundreds of injuries and considerable damage to local buildings—the most destructive such event in more than 100 years. The explosion has also raised new questions pointing directly to the behavior … Continue reading

February 25, 2013 by B Talbott
In this lecture Dr. Jerry Pollack, a professor in the bio-engineering department of the University of Washington, discusses new insights into structured water garnered in his lab during the past year. Dr. Pollack has spent the last 10 years researching … Continue reading

February 25, 2013 by B Talbott
In this lecture Dr. Jerry Pollack, a professor in the bio-engineering department of the University of Washington, discusses new insights into structured water garnered in his lab during the past year. Dr. Pollack has spent the last 10 years researching … Continue reading

February 4, 2013 by B Talbott
Wal Thornhill and David Talbott, founding members of The Thunderbolts Project, sat down for an interview at the recent conference, ELECTRIC UNIVERSE: THE TIPPING POINT. They review their converging interests, giving personal observations on the state of science today and … Continue reading

January 30, 2013 by B Talbott
Engineer Monty Childs, director of the SAFIRE project reviews the design of a laboratory experiment to test the Electric Sun hypothesis. How many anomalous features of the Sun can be replicated by a glow discharge in the laboratory? Now that … Continue reading

January 24, 2013 by B Talbott
Part one of a talk by Rupert Sheldrake at the conference ELECTRIC UNIVERSE 2013: The Tipping Point, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. See also part two: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRKvvxku5So Many scientists like to think that science already understands the ways of the natural … Continue reading

January 23, 2013 by B Talbott
Luminous “cosmic bullets” accelerated out from the core of the Orion nebula raise new questions about the conventional understanding of plasma behavior in space. Wal Thornhill and David Talbott put the recent science news story in perspective. Print PDF

January 14, 2013 by B Talbott
This brief video clip is a quick-draft giving first glimpses of a major project for 2013. The project will be included among several key themes at the upcoming conference, ELECTRIC UNIVERSE 2013:The Tipping Point, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Jan 3-6, … Continue reading

January 13, 2013 by B Talbott
In this interview Stephen Smith, editor of the Thunderbolts Picture of the Day (TPOD) reviews evidence for a former epoch of planetary instability and massive electrical scarring of planets and moons. Print PDF

December 27, 2012 by B Talbott
The 2004 documentary, “Thunderbolts – the Tutorial” has introduced hundreds of thousands of inquirers around the world to the basic concepts and principles of the Electric Universe. The Thunderbolts Project’s principal figures, including David Talbott, Wal Thornhill, and Don Scott, provide … Continue reading

December 9, 2012 by B Talbott
In early 2004 the NASA rovers Spirit and Opportunity touched down on the planet Mars to begin exploring the Martian environment. Due to calculations relating to accumulation of dust on their solar panels, the two robots were given an expected … Continue reading

December 7, 2012 by B Talbott
We present the first in the Thunderbolts Project’s series of DVDs outlining David Talbott’s reconstruction of the ancient sky. Just a few thousand years ago a gathering of planets appeared as towering forms close to the earth, provoking spectacular electric discharge … Continue reading

December 6, 2012 by B Talbott
Mission scientists on NASA’s Voyager 1 mission have reported the discovery of “a new layer of the solar system that scientists hadn’t known was there.” The scientists are calling the region Voyager 1 has entered a “magnetic highway,” where “charged particles from … Continue reading

November 28, 2012 by B Talbott
For several years now, far from the spotlight of mainstream media, a controversy has been brewing over the mathematical foundations of black hole theory and other widely accepted cosmological theories. Mathematician Stephen J. Crothers has offered the proofs that he says refutes the very … Continue reading

November 20, 2012 by B Talbott
Physicist Wal Thornhill joins us to discuss astronomers’ claim that comet collisions, occurring every six seconds for the last ten million years, explains the mysterious cloud of carbon monoxide molecules surrounding the star 49 CETI. See also Wal’s timely new Thunderblog, Science’s Looming Tipping Point. … Continue reading

November 17, 2012 by B Talbott
For over six years, Steve Smith’s extraordinary output of original Thunderbolts Pictures of the Day has provided an invaluable learning tool for inquirers into the electric universe. As Managing Editor of the TPOD, Steve has authored over 700 original articles, … Continue reading

November 13, 2012 by B Talbott
We welcome Dr. Jeremy Dunning Davies to our program to discuss the “math first” attitude and direction of institutionalized physics and astronomy. Dr. Dunning-Davies is a retired Senior Lecturer in Physics at the University of Hull, England. He is president … Continue reading

November 9, 2012 by B Talbott
Dr. Don Scott elaborates his theory of junction transistor-like action at the Sun’s surface. You may review Dr. Scott’s thesis online at http://www.electric-cosmos.org NEWS FLASH: “ELECTRIC UNIVERSE 2013: The Tipping Point.” A breakthrough conference, Jan 3-6 in Albuquerque New Mexico. Wal … Continue reading

November 8, 2012 by B Talbott
Every day, new people of greatly varied backgrounds and interests, from the curious layperson to the professional scientist, discover the Electric Universe theory. Many, if not most, describe the discovery as life-changing. In this interview, Thunderbolts contributor Tom Wilson, a technology … Continue reading

November 5, 2012 by B Talbott
Cameron Mercer, recipient of a Natural Philosophy Alliance/Electric Universe conference scholarship, recounts what this program has meant to him. The program is possible only through independent financial support. Scholarships to the upcoming Electric Universe conference, Jan 3-6, can bring vitally … Continue reading

November 1, 2012 by B Talbott
In this special “Flashback” edition of Space News, we review one of the most remarkable events ever recorded on the Sun. In 2005, a CME reached Earth in just 30 minutes – that means it traveled 96 million miles at … Continue reading

October 30, 2012 by B Talbott
According to a new report, the latest data from the NASA space probe Voyager 1 has left scientists “without a working model for the outer solar system.” As the spacecraft reached what may be the outer boundary of the solar system, the … Continue reading

October 16, 2012 by B Talbott
Scientists working with the VLA telescope recently discovered something very “surprising” — two bright radio spots in the globular cluster M22, which they interpret as proof of two small “black holes.” But the discovery does not fit with the expectations … Continue reading

October 14, 2012 by B Talbott
Astronomers today are puzzled by a star that by conventional wisdom should not exist. Scientists who have studied the star’s elemental composition discovered a stunning paradox – the star is made almost entirely of hydrogen and helium, leading astronomers to believe … Continue reading

October 9, 2012 by B Talbott
Outside of the earth, the Sun is the most heavily studied body in the solar system. Yet almost all of the Sun’s features present major quandaries for solar physicists. But now, an expert on “Design of Experiment” methodologies, Monty Childs, … Continue reading

October 2, 2012 by B Talbott
Researchers using the Hubble telescope have spotted an “astounding” grand-design spiral galaxy – astounding, they say, because it shouldn’t exist. Based on the galaxy’s estimated age of 10.7 billion years, according to conventional theory, it should not display such complexity of form. … Continue reading

September 20, 2012 by B Talbott
In the history of comet science, the most critical moment for the electric comet model was the evening of July 4, 2005. That was when a projectile from the Deep Impact probe struck the comet Tempel 1. The result was … Continue reading

September 16, 2012 by B Talbott
Researchers working with data from the Planck satellite have detected an intense form of radiation called synchrotron radiation from the center of the Milky Way Galaxy  – requiring an acceleration of charged particles to energies never imagined by textbook astronomy … Continue reading

September 10, 2012 by B Talbott
With the successful landing of the Mars rover Curiosity, NASA scientists will have new opportunities for discovery on the Martian surface. But will investigators be willing to question longstanding assumptions? Print PDF

September 2, 2012 by B Talbott
Yet another “mystery” surrounding the Sun: scientists working with the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) have observed that the Sun is far too perfectly round. Centrifugal forces in a rotating ball of gas should make the Sun wider at its equator … Continue reading

August 27, 2012 by B Talbott
This little video segment is part of our experimental project development. At times a Skype interview works reasonably well, but sound quality can be unpredictable and video quality even more so. We’ve chosen to move ahead—imperfectly—because communicating information to a growing … Continue reading

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
EU2012 video excerpt Donald Scott Retired professor of electrical engineering Donald Scott discusses a transistor-like effect active on our Sun and regulating solar output, an effect that places the Sun squarely in the category of a glow discharge phenomenon. Longstanding mysteries disappear … Continue reading

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
EU2012 video excerpt David Talbott This first of two talks by David Talbott provides an overview of human history, from the myth-making epoch to the rise of modern science. What will history look like, when we see the ancient past … Continue reading

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
Wallace Thornhill Leading EU proponent Wal Thornhill takes us back to the fundamentals of the natural sciences before theoretical physics became a playground for mathematicians. “Mathematics is not physics,” he says, and the absolute requirement is that observation and experiment lead … Continue reading

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
Gerald Pollack Distinguished professor of bio-engineering Gerald Pollack introduces the remarkable electrical and plasma-like qualities of water, with attributes that can only expand our ideas about the Electricity of Life.  This rapidly growing dimension of the Electric Universe paradigm has … Continue reading

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
EU2012 video excerpt R. Johnson The British proponent of the Electric Universe, Robert Johnson, expands on Gerald Pollack’s work, to show the remarkable similarities between the “floating water bridge” and a Birkeland Current, all the way down to a stable … Continue reading

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
EU2012 video excerpt James Oschman What is “earthing”?  Perhaps no talk provoked more skepticism on the front end than that of Dr. James Oschman. But it turns out that concrete evidence does support the concept of an electrical connection between … Continue reading

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
Charles William Lucas Jr. Note:  This excerpt was taken down for repairs; it will be re-uploaded to YouTube shortly. Dr Bill Lucas reviews some extraordinary work in the field of bio-electricity.  The electric pulse of life takes biology far beyond … Continue reading

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
EU2012 video excerpt Robert Schoch Easter Island petroglyphs and script find a new interpretation by geologist Dr. Robert Schoch, who compares them to the extraordinary plasma forms enumerated by plasma scientist Anthony Peratt. Print PDF

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
EU2021 video excerpt Edward Dowdye Jr. Contrary to what we’ve been told for decades, gravity does not bend light, according to Dr. Edward Dowdye, a former LASER Electro-Optics Engineer (retired) at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Print … Continue reading

June 6, 2012 by Ben Ged Low
EU2012 video excerpt Wallace Thornhill One of the foremost advantages of the Electric Universe paradigm is its predictive success—at a level of undisputed discovery. Only an electrified solar system, centered on the Sun, will explain the things we now know … Continue reading

March 6, 2012 by B Talbott
It’s posted on YouTube for now, and early comments suggest that this video could open new communications with scientists, teachers, and students. For context, this 16-minute presentation is just a small part of the forthcoming Episode 3 of the “Alien … Continue reading

February 25, 2012 by B Talbott
  Author David Talbott suggests that all of human history can be seen as just two stories. First, came the story of ancient mythology, when towering gods were said to have ruled the world. Then came the story of science, … Continue reading

November 10, 2011 by B Talbott
David Talbott previews the forthcoming conference, January 6-8, 2012, at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas.   Now Available - Stars in an Electric Universe DVD   This outstanding lecture delivered by Wallace Thornhill at the NPA 2011 Conference is now … Continue reading

August 30, 2011 by B Talbott
Australian physicist Wallace Thornhill delivers the John Chappell Memorial Lecture at the 2011 Natural Philosophy Alliance on the University of Maryland Campus, July 8, 2011.   (Click here to comment) Wal Thornhill NPA Lecture – Part Two Thunderbolts of the … Continue reading