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Cracks in Theory

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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Why Cosmology Matters Beyond Science

Why Cosmology Matters Beyond Science

Why Cosmology Matters Beyond Science by Dr. Ghada Chehade In previous articles, I explored the current crisis in cosmology and what it means to have a revolutionary shift or change in cosmology. In today’s article, I step back and explore why cosmology matters in the first place. Why does cosmology ...
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The Shocking Truth

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

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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Not If, But When: Cosmology in Crisis & The Coming Paradigm Shift, Part 3

Not If, But When: Cosmology in Crisis & The Coming Paradigm Shift, Part 3

Not If, But When: Cosmology in Crisis& The Coming Paradigm Shift, Part 3 by Ghada Chehade, PhD In the previous two articles, I explored cosmology’s broader cultural impact and Thomas Kuhn’s concept of paradigm shift, as it pertains to cosmology and the present cosmological crisis. In this final article of ...
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Laramie Mountains, Part 2

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

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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Not If, But When: Cosmology in Crisis & The Coming Paradigm Shift, Part 2

Not If, But When: Cosmology in Crisis & The Coming Paradigm Shift, Part 2

Not If, But When: Cosmology in Crisis& The Coming Paradigm Shift, Part 2 by Dr. Ghada Chehade In the previous article, I discussed cosmology’s impact on the broader culture and briefly introduced Thomas Kuhn’s concept of paradigm shift (or scientific revolution.) In this article, I explore his notion of paradigm ...
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Not If, But When: Cosmology in Crisis & The Coming Paradigm Shift, Part 1

Not If, But When: Cosmology in Crisis & The Coming Paradigm Shift, Part 1

Not If, But When: Cosmology in Crisis& The Coming Paradigm Shift, Part 1 by Dr. Ghada Chehade I want to stress from the outset that my background is not in the physical or natural sciences. As a political scientist and discourse analyst, I am interested in the broader cultural impacts ...
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The Long Farewell to the Big Bang Model of Cosmology

The Long Farewell to the Big Bang Model of Cosmology

The Long Farewell to the Big Bang Model of Cosmology by Mathias Hüfner Summary: The article deals with the background to the failure of physics in the 20th century and why it is so important to work out a new physical worldview. The cosmos is to be understood as an ...
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Eye of the Storm, Part 10

Eye of the Storm, Part 10

The Final Chapter by Andrew Hall Eye of the Storm presents a case study for how electrical forces shaped the Colorado Plateau and its surroundings. In this tenth and final chapter, there are a few things to conclude and review in summary. What we’ve done in these chapters is reverse ...
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