Andrew Hall: Cracks in Theory | Thunderbolts


Whether they make lovely geometric shapes, or chaotic mangles, a study of cracks is essential Electric Universe science. Cracks are interfaces—boundary layers—and electrically, that’s where the action is. To understand any geology, the first thing to look for is boundary layers. Charge collects at boundary layers where it displays the effects of inductance and capacitance most prominently.

Author and engineer Andrew Hall explains how it’s all circuitry. Every feature points to the actions upstream in the current path. That is why the true creation story is knowable. The patterns remain that tell the story. Frequencies, harmonies, wavelengths and wave-guides. Shock waves are wave-guides. Everything is electric.

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