Gareth Samuel: Mystery of Oldest Recorded Nova | Thunderbolts


Contributor and Electric Universe advocate, Gareth Samuel, creator of “See the Pattern”, deconstructs the mystery of CK Vulpeculae (the little fox), the oldest nova reliably documented in 1670. Some powerful force caused the star to go from invisible to naked eye viewing, then caused the formation of a nebula which was calculated at 2,000 light years away. However, new observations now think that it is actually 10,000 light years away, five times further!

Gareth details why CK Vul is not expanding the way the mainstream believes, and does not require an additional 8kly to accommodate consensus theories. Dense plasma focus effects similar to those seen in large plasma laboratories solve the mystery. It’s nebulae such as this little fox that help us see and study electrical environments where stars are born and live in.

Gareth Samuel | See the Pattern

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