Electric Galaxies Defy Big Bang

Researchers using the Hubble telescope have spotted an “astounding” grand-design spiral galaxy – astounding, they say, because it shouldn’t exist. Based on the galaxy’s estimated age of 10.7 billion years, according to conventional theory, it should not display such complexity of form. In this presentation, we discuss whether astronomers’ methods for dating galaxies are …

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The Sun–It’s Too Round

Yet another “mystery” surrounding the Sun: scientists working with the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) have observed that the Sun is far too perfectly round. Centrifugal forces in a rotating ball of gas should make the Sun wider at its equator than along its axis – that’s the requirement of the …

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The Sun – Where’s the Convection?

This little video segment is part of our experimental project development. At times a Skype interview works reasonably well, but sound quality can be unpredictable and video quality even more so. We’ve chosen to move ahead—imperfectly—because communicating information to a growing audience is the logical priority. Put the emphasis on essential …

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The Electronic Sun

EU2012 video excerpt Donald Scott Retired professor of electrical engineering Donald Scott discusses a transistor-like effect active on our Sun and regulating solar output, an effect that places the Sun squarely in the category of a glow discharge phenomenon. Longstanding mysteries disappear when seen through the lens of an electric sun.

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Seeking the Third Story

EU2012 video excerpt David Talbott This first of two talks by David Talbott provides an overview of human history, from the myth-making epoch to the rise of modern science. What will history look like, when we see the ancient past in terms of the archetypal accord between all of the …

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Returning Science to Real Physics

Wallace Thornhill Leading EU proponent Wal Thornhill takes us back to the fundamentals of the natural sciences before theoretical physics became a playground for mathematicians. “Mathematics is not physics,” he says, and the absolute requirement is that observation and experiment lead the way, inviting mathematicians to complete a picture, not build …

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The Role of Water in the Electric Body

Gerald Pollack Distinguished professor of bio-engineering Gerald Pollack introduces the remarkable electrical and plasma-like qualities of water, with attributes that can only expand our ideas about the Electricity of Life.  This rapidly growing dimension of the Electric Universe paradigm has now opened up entirely new avenues for us, into one …

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