The iconic image of astronomy—a giant rock hurtles through space and crashes violently into a planet. However, laboratory experiments into electrical discharge have reproduced common planetary surface features which defy conventional meteor impact theory. In 1994, when comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 approached Jupiter, and when Comet Siding Spring approached Mars in 2014, the observed actual interactions between comet and planet were completely unexpected and baffled mainstream science.
Independent researcher, Stuart Talbott, details the Electric Universe model which postulates that energy released from an intruding comet, asteroid or meteor is not limited by its mass and kinetic energy, but also electrical energy due to its charge differential with Earth—debunking the standard model assumption of an electrically neutral universe.
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