Of all the entrenched beliefs that took hold in 20th-century science, few have proved less successful than the dirty snowball hypothesis of comets. The discovery of rocky and complex comet nuclei was an explicit prediction of the electric comet theory, which has proposed for decades that comets are neither dirty snowballs nor billions of years old. Rather, the chief principles of the Thunderbolts project have proposed that comets were recently electrically blasted from the surfaces of planets and moons. But of course, the evidence for the electric comet goes far beyond the appearance of comet nuclei.
In part one of this two-part presentation, Thunderbolts colleague Peter Mungo Jupp offers an overview of some of the most compelling evidence for electric comets.
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