The Keystone Pattern

The Keystone Pattern by Andrew Hall Gareth Samuel is a science educator and frequent contributor to the Thunderbolts Project. He also produces an outstanding video series on Electric Universe theories that aims at the very heart of science. He chose the perfect title for his YouTube channel, “See The Pattern”….

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Cracks in Theory

Cracks in Theory by Andrew Hall Every butte has a crack, but not all cracks are beautiful. Though some are magnificent, ruler-straight, and parallel, some can be ugly, chaotic mangles. But there is a quixotic pattern to ugly cracks, so we must not discriminate. Whether they make lovely geometric shapes…

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The Shocking Truth

The Shocking Truth by Andrew Hall Sonic boom Ears ring, windows rattle, the dog hides under the bed. You’ve heard it before. Thunder from an arc of electric discharge, or from a passing supersonic jet. One doesn’t hear jets much anymore, but in the good old days, I used to,…

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Remarks to Albert Einstein’s Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies

Remarks to Albert Einstein’s Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies by Mathias Hüfner Masses are innumerable quantities, whereas forces are caused by electrical charges.  This fact is often forgotten, although physics distinguishes between grams and newtons. Gravity and inertia are consequently directed forces and correspond to the mass of the charges.  Gravitation…

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Laramie Mountains, Part 2

The Cross from the Laramie Mountains by Andrew Hall In my last presentation, Easter Egg Hunt in the Laramie Mountains, we covered the near-perfect cross of canyons made by two out-of-phase circuits coming together. In Part 2, we’ll look at the wind-cut valleys around the cross that resulted from induced…

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Laramie Mountains, Part 1

Easter Egg Hunt in Laramie Mountains by Andrew Hall In the final chapter of the Eye of the Storm series, I presented Easter eggs — surprise geologic findings that confirmed a theory or presented astonishing new information about Earth’s electric circuitry. Exploring the Electric Earth is a perpetual egg hunt…

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