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used books A changing and updated list of used books pertaining to catastrophism and ancient times.Electric Universe Paradigm Synopsis
A synopsis that gives a significant overview of the many dimensions and aspects of the electric plasma universe model.
A signature of a good theory is its simplicity. In essence, everything hinges on the question of whether or not electricity exists in space. The mainstream view is that it does not; we argue that it does. Everything else flows from that.
What we are attempting to do is bring about a scientific revolution; The Electric Revolution. This Revolution will have as far-reaching consequences as the Copernican revolution, which was also based on one simple issue. Is it better to think of the Earth or the Sun at the center of the Solar System?
Like the Copernican revolution, the data can be interpreted in both ways; Copernicus did not phrase his argument that the Sun was at the centre; he merely suggested that it was an awful lot easier to interpret the data if, for the sake of calculation alone, one pretended that it was. In the same way, I believe we are essentially suggesting that it's an awful lot easier to explain the observed behavior of the universe if one allows electricity to have a role. Yes, you CAN develop a gravity-only model that gives temporary answers, but is having to live with 96% of the resulting universe being dark and unobservable better than having to have multiple levels of epicycles to explain the planetary motions around the earth?
That's why it's so simple. Just accept electricity is there and it all becomes a whole lot easier.
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Wal Thornhill explaining the foundations of the Electric
Wal Thornhill's case for electrical stars
An article by Wal Thornhill elucidates the true state of this bankrupt fiction. "Astronomy looks set to encounter more surprises and to publish more science fiction this year." Astronomy has little to celebrate in 2009 in this so-called "International Year of astronomy."
Wal Thornhill's article on electric clockwork solar system
Electric Sky Lecture Service A lecture on the Electric Universe cosmology presented in person by Donald E. Scott, PhD, author of the groundbreaking book The Electric Sky.
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Thunderbolts Group Science
Predictions Record An accounting of the scientific predictions made by the Thunderbolts Group and results of the stunning track record of success.
Challenges to the Electric Sky Concepts
Scientism, the new religion
Professor author Donald Scott responds with answers to some of the challenges that have been raised to the material presented in his book, The Electric Sky
Some pointed quotes about the plasma paradigm:
“In studying this Fourth state of Matter we seem at length to have within our grasp and obedient to our control the little indivisible particles which with good warrant are supposed to constitute the physical basis of the universe. … We have actually touched the border land where Matter and Force seem to merge into one another, the shadowy realm between Known and Unknown which for me has always had peculiar temptations. I venture to think that the greatest scientific problems of the future will find their solution in this Border Land, and even beyond …” [W. Crookes, On Radiant Matter; A Lecture Delivered to the British Association for the Advancement of Science at Sheffield, Friday, August 22, 1879 (London: E. J. Davey, 1879): 29f.]
“The simplicity of such a system is singularly beautiful, the idea grand, and worthy of Newton’s approbation. It was what the ancients believed, and it may be what a future race will realise.” (M. Faraday, ‘On Radiant Matter’, lecture given at the City Philosophical Society, 1816). [B. Jones (ed.), The Life and Letters of Faraday (1 of 2; London: Longmans, Green and Co., 18702): 196]
THE "BIG BANG" IS JUST RELIGION DISGUISED AS SCIENCE
Electricity and Matter, Thompson, Joseph J., 1904. Flip Book