Thunderbolts of the Gods — Electric Universe

“From the smallest particle to the largest galactic formation, a web of electrical circuitry connects and unifies all of nature, organizing galaxies, energizing stars, giving birth to planets and, on our own world, controlling weather and animating biological organisms. There are no isolated islands in an electric universe”.

David Talbott and Wallace Thornhill, Thunderbolts of the Gods

“Today, nothing is more important to the future and credibility of science than liberation from the gravity-driven universe of prior theory. A mistaken supposition has not only prevented intelligent and sincere investigators from seeing what would otherwise be obvious, it has bred indifference to possibilities that could have inspired the sciences for decades.”

You can watch the full one hour documentary on google video here.

Solar ‘Wind’ vs Stellar Current

Artist's interpretation of Saturn's plasma sheet, based on data from Cassini's Magnetospheric Imaging Instrument.The plasma sheet, separating the upper and lower magnetosphere halves, thins gradually toward the nightside of the planet. The magnetopause indicates the flow of the deflected solar wind. Credit: NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory / Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.

Artists Interpretation of Solar Wind

“Today, the study of comets has reached a crisis. Every key finding comes as a surprise, but no one seems to realize that the surprises are not random— they are predictable under a different perspective. The tragedy is the way inertia can leave well-intentioned scientists with their feet in the sand. The momentum of prior belief, working in concert with pressing demands of funding, creates nearly endless obstructions to open-minded exploration and discourse. Even a brief vacation from an oppressive paradigm could do wonders.”

There’s a lot of hot air from official scientific publications in which the phrase ‘solar wind’ appears.  The term ‘solar wind’ is often used interchangeably with ‘shockwaves’ in an effort to avoid using the term ‘current’, which would imply there is some sort of interplanetary circuit at work between stellar or galactic bodies and phenomenon.

Stephen Smith’s ‘Electromagnetic Galaxies‘ article highlights this common academic misdirection.

The fact that moving charges constitute an electric current that can generate magnetic fields has been known since the days of Michael Faraday. However, a lack of knowledge often means a lack of vision. As previously stated, moving charged particles constitute an electric current, and that current is wrapped in a magnetic field. When more charged particles accelerate in the same direction, the field gets stronger. That is a familiar idea to electrical engineers, but when astronomers find moving charges in space they are mystified and refer to them as “winds,” or “shock waves.”

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Craters and Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)

Electrical Discharge Machining Close-upThe craters in the photo above were made in a laboratory by electric discharge. This cratered surface duplicates many characteristics of planetary geology.

The craters tend to clump according to size, to fall in lines and arcs. Notice also that the ground appears burnt or discolored where the discharge was strongest and the craters the densest – not unlike the surface of Mars and other rocky bodies in the solar system.

The centers of some of the craters have bumps, as do many enigmatic craters on the Moon, Mars, and other surfaces.

This possibility was first voiced in the 1960’s. But astronomers have had little interest in such lines of investigation because they have long assumed that electric forces cannot reach across the vacuum of space. However, numerous space age findings have contradicted that belief. From the discovery of the Van Allen radiation belts in 1958 to the latest discoveries of galactic magnetic fields and x-ray galactic clusters, it has become increasingly clear that charged particles fill what once was called the “void” of space.  (“Caption and Photo excerpted from”)

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