I don't know if this belongs here in this thread (or not), and have been frustrated by the administrators in starting my own thread. I sent messages to one or more of them asking how to start a thread or topic, and received no reply; so I want to share something here. Relevance: anyone can pretend skepticism to hide the fact that they just don't believe you (plural), or your data, experiments, results, and so on.
And I still see some of us saying, did we tip? That is, after reaching a tipping point, isn't something then supposed to fall one way or the other? And some still feel that it didn't work. I'm saying, they're wrong, it did work: with NASA. The far bigger problem/obstacle is and will be two things: the GP (general public), and the educational system. The public still gets told by their TV that asteroids are "icy balls" which nevertheless slew all the dinosaurs on the planet in the past, and that all kinds of strange things go into or come out of black holes, the very black holes that no one has ever seen, including with the HST. And the teachers still teach that, and the students still accept it unquestioningly. So, those are by far the two biggest hurdles facing us.
In the news from the various NASA sites, are there are many of them, I have noticed a gradual change in what they consider newsworthy... and worthy of building hardware for. NASA has at least a dozen satellites in orbit now, that are obviously, that is, clearly there to determine if the "claims" of the EU/Plasma scientists are testable, and worth testing for. And to see which ones they can prove or disprove with the results from those satellites.
In other words, the change is already here. NASA is avoiding awkward and silly public debates this way, by quietly putting satellite after satellite up in the sky somewhere in our solar system, to gather data which will give us much more information and knowledge about how the solar system works, the sun and all its planets, from an electric universe perspective. They have tacitly admitted our correctness on those points simply by building and launching those kinds of satellites at all, and so many of them.
Dr. Jone Dae.