Arc Blast — Part Two

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    Arc Blast – Part Two By Andrew Hall In “Arc Blast – Part One” we looked at how arc blast from current in the atmosphere could produce supersonic shock and wind effects that create a mountain. We examined triangular buttresses on mountainsides that exhibit the characteristic standing wave-form …

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Arc Blast — Part 1

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Arc Blast – Part One By Andrew Hall One of the most compelling aspects of Electric Universe cosmology is that it is visually apparent. A person can see a Peratt column in a petroglyph and reasonably conclude that our ancestors viewed a different sky than we do. Or look at …

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Anthony Peratt 3: Stickman on Stone

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Plasma Scientist Anthony Peratt Meets the Electric Universe By David Talbott  PART 3: Stickman on Stone Evidence gathered from around the world has made abundantly clear that intense electrical activity above observers on earth was the subject of massive collective endeavors to record the forms on stone. Especially compelling is the rock …

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Surface Conductive Faults

Surface Conductive Faults By Andrew Hall When high voltage electrical circuitry is sufficiently overloaded, or damaged, the current will seek alternative conductive paths to discharge to ground. It causes a dangerous event called an arc flash. Arc flash occurs when the current discharges in an arc through the atmosphere.The result …

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The Antipodal Moon

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The Antipodal Moon By Andrew Hall Science has puzzled over the Moon more than any other body in space. It’s the only place mankind has walked and brought back a ton of rocks. Yet, some of its features puzzle scientists as much today as the day they discovered it wasn’t …

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