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Our Seventh EU Scholarship Winner: Jason Lowman Jason Lowman was a former IT professional, who first discovered the Electric Universe concept in 2001 while studying historical timelines. He found that they were not necessarily as precise and defined as they first appeared. After years of following the EU concept as …

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EU2013 Conference Scholarship Recipients! As of December 14th, we have named thirteen student conference scholars, almost double the number we originally anticipated.  We may have a few more to name in the coming days. Look here frequently for the latest updates. Evan’s passion to inspire his students is infectious. He …

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Our Fifth EU2013 Scholarship Winner: Kurt Kung Kurt Kung is a PhD student at the University of Washington in Seattle. He was a trained electrical engineer and worked on microwave antenna and analog circuit design. Prior to joining University of Washington, he participated in the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) …

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Our Fourth EU Scholarship Winner: Monte Fleming Monte Fleming is finishing a Master’s Degree in Geology at Loma Linda University and teaches at California Preparatory College in Redlands, California. He appreciates the Electric Universe’s contributions to his teaching, because it sparks students’ creativity “rather than crushing it under a false …

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EU2013 Scholarship Announcement-2

Our Second EU2013 Scholarship Winner: Laura Fridley Laura Fridley is a second year graduate student of psychology at City University of Seattle and holds a Bachelors of Political Science (summa cum laude). She recently learned about the Electric Universe while searching for information on plasma cosmology–a deep interest of hers. …

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