This Week in the Electric Universe

eulogoApr 20, 2009 Kuiper Crater’s Rays
The latest images from the MESSENGER mission reveal a planetary surface similar to Earth’s Moon. Are both bodies the progeny of one electrical parent?

Apr 21, 2009 Filaments and Fireballs
Recent images of the Coma Cluster from the Subaru Telescope reveal galactic filaments connecting bright “knots” of ionized gas.

Apr 22, 2009 Sungrazers
Some comets fly in close to the Sun and then loop back into the outer reaches of the Solar System, with unusual results.

Apr 23, 2009 Shedding Some Light On Jupiter
Jupiter’s rings were unknown until about thirty years ago. Recent data analysis from the Galileo spacecraft reveals electric currents flowing around the planet, just as EU theorists predicted.

Apr 24, 2009 Imagine Another Wet, Rocky Planet
Geocentrism hides in the assumptions that support conventional astronomy. The result is unexpected observations and failed predictions.

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2 Responses to “This Week in the Electric Universe”

  1. brad hollinger Says:

    Wow, what great books! I was a Tom Swift fan as a kid. These old books I never knew existed. Very cool.

    I found you because I was looking for other folks who play with Troythulu. I was surprised and refreshed to find an actual gentleman, writing with intelligence and decorum, simply suggesting the plausibility and economy of EU theories.

    You shame me, as I was so appalled by his “style” that I lost my audience and was banned after only two posts. I certainly kept to the higher ground, but I disparaged his sand-box mode. I was emotional. Insult is insult, however fairly spoken. (I know…)

    EU theories and some other stuff conflict with the Academy’s orthodoxy but offer cleaner explanations, make better predictions, and are more empirical. It’s fascinating to think there are still plenty of new discoveries to be made in Science. I love that!

    • Thanks Brad… Yes, it’s no good getting into arguments with people. The best thing that you can do is keep a cool head and just keep coming back to the evidence which in honest appraisal, is at least as good as the conventional point of view. People will see it eventually.

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