Dear EU Friends,
A notable highlight of the EU2017 conference will be a special “Velikovsky Day” on Saturday, August 19. Many speakers whose life’s work was originally inspired by Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky’s pioneering research will be presenting. For a balanced perspective, we will consider both supportive and critical evaluations of Velikovsky’s contributions.
In this week’s Space News, “Water on Asteroid Baffles Astronomers,” Dr. Anariba offers his analysis of the surprising discoveries at asteroid 16Psyche. Dr. Franklin Anariba, a specialist in electrochemistry at Singapore Universe of Technology and Design, has challenged the common interpretation. He explains how electrochemical processes can produce abundant water molecules on the surfaces and in the comas of comets. We are also pleased to announce that EU2017 will include further updates by Dr. Anariba.
Wal Thornhill’s groundbreaking talk “Stars in an Electric Universe” was presented as the John Chappell Memorial Lecture at the Natural Philosophy Alliance/Electric Universe conference in July 2011. Wal’s message is simple and direct: give up all mathematical contrivances and return to the solid ground of observation, deduction, and interdisciplinary synthesis. Since that presentation, the talk has been consistently rated as among the best.
Grab a pair of 3D glasses and explore Stephen Smith’s YouTube Channel, which takes you on a journey across the surface of Mars. Like nothing you’ve ever seen before, the landscape comes alive as a planet once immersed in global electric discharge. Music throughout composed by Stephen as well.
~ Dave Talbott and Team