Dec 09, 2016

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December 9, 2016

Dear EU Friends,

Year by year the electrical connection of the gas giant Jupiter to its moon Io becomes more apparent, raising increasing doubts about the popular description of Io’s enigmatic plumes as “volcanoes.” The emerging best explanation describes the plumes as electric discharge events, exactly as first proposed by the distinguished astrophysicist Thomas Gold in 1979. See this week’s Space News Electric Arcs on Jupiter’s Moon Io

Discourses on an Alien Sky #25 — The Great Comet Venus is now posted on The Thunderbolts Project YouTube Channel. This video will be the first in an anticipated series of Discourses on Venus mysteries.  And speaking of the Discourses, I’m told that one of our German translators is finishing the subtitles this week. We are deeply indebted to all of our translators for their superb work.

In January, we will begin posting talks from our EU2016 conference.  Also in late January, look for the opening of EU2017 registration.  We hope you have marked your calendar for August 17-20 at the Sheraton Mesa Wrigleyville West, the same location as EU2016.

This past month our YouTube channel surpassed 13 million views, and we’re closing in on 75,000 subscribers.  We encourage you to pass on the URL for the Channel as we approach 2017. Our hope is to double those numbers next year.

~ Dave Talbott and Team

Electric Arcs on Jupiter’s Moon Io | Space News 

In this episode of Space News, we discuss a new discovery that again puts the volcanism theory in doubt, and we provide a comprehensive overview of the electrical interpretation regarding the Jupiter’s moon Io.
Discourses on an Alien Sky #25 | The Great Comet Venus 

The subject of this video series by Dave Talbott is the ancient experience of towering celestial forms that are no longer present. From a single snapshot of the configuration, we can work backwards to the first appearance of these bodies out of an undifferentiated cloud or sea of dusty plasma.

Plasma Stars by Stephen Smith
Dec 5, 2016

What is a supernova? In an Electric Universe, stars do not follow a course through life that conventional understanding demands. Since stars are not balls of gas squeezed by gravity, other physical conditions must be considered.
Solar Supreme by Stephen Smith
Dec 7, 2016

Perhaps lightning powers the wind. Weather on Earth is thought to be driven by solar influences on the atmosphere. As Earth rotates beneath the Sun, gases and dust absorb radiation in varying degrees. Heat causes the air to expand and lose density, creating low pressure regions.

Dark Decrepitude by Stephen Smith
Dec 9, 2016

If the Universe is expanding at an accelerating rate, then the future is dark. In 1998, two research groups discovered what is now called in consensus circles, “dark energy”.


Want to discuss Electric Universe topics of interest with others?  The Thunderbolts Forum is the place.  Register then begin the adventure with other like-minded EU community members in discussing up-to-the-minute scientific questions. It can be a rough and tumble place so be prepared to defend your concepts with facts. Below is a small sampling of the discussion threads.

Electric Universe
Lambda-CDM – EU/PC Theory – Confirmation Bias
Researchers are blinded to observations contrary to consensus theory.

Electric Universe
Coronal holes
Hannes Alfven labeled the theory of ‘magnetic reconnection’ as pseudoscience.

Electric Universe
SAO244567: Stellar Evolution in Real Time
A misbehaving star defies the mainstream model.

Electric Universe
Conjunction and Opposition of Jupiter and Saturn = Sun Spots
The positions of the major planets correlate with solar cycles.

Electric Universe
What is EU argument/evidence for gravity faster than light?
Are planetary orbits best explained by information traveling at superluminal speeds?

Electric Universe – Planetary Science
Mercury Updates
The closest planet to the Sun displays a wealth of electrical activity.

Electric Universe
Filament structure and propagation in a Plasma Globe
Here is a fascinating analysis of Birkeland currents in plasmas.

Note: The opinions expressed by forum participants do not necessarily reflect those of The Thunderbolts Project(TM) or T-Bolts Group Inc staff.

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