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by Alfred Evert

Pages: 208
Publisher: Books on Demand
Year: 2007
ISBN: 3833494247
ISBN: 978-3833494246

The first volume of ?Ether Physics and Philosophy? had three parts:

  1. 'Introduction' defined special terms and reasons why here ether is called that Single-One as really one gapless basic substance.
  2. 'Universal Movement' described nature of basic movements by which ether of whole universe might swing.
  3. Local Movements' showed basic pattern of appearances, according to possibilities and necessities of that ether understanding.

The second volume now starts with the fourth part ?Inclusions / Exclusions? at which is shown, already an appearance physically exits as gapless matter - plasma - so ether well can be assumed as real continuum analogue to aggregate status of plasma.

Meanwhile discussions showed, many readers can not imagine how any motions could come up within that solid matter of ether. Many other ether-theories avoid that problem as they do not define basic characteristics of their understanding of ether or do not talk about numerous prerequisites for assumed functions of ether.

At this fourth part also is reported about ?The Principle of Existence? by Harald Maurer, who most exactly names prerequisites of his basic T.A.O. (the absolute organization), practically ?granules? of most small units. These units require space so affecting mutual ?All-Pressure?. Vortices systems at T.A.O. represent physical appearances and also these affect mutual pressures. Based at this simple principle of existence, Maurer explains most astonishing many occurrences of physics and also biology. I agree with many of his sights, so I refer to his works and can concentrate at points of view I have different or opposite understanding.

This second volume also has fifth part ?Particle Movement?, at which I actually wanted to show only some examples, how particles of gases or liquids in principle move respective has to move - so later I could easier explain, why movements of gapless ether must show quit other nature resp. why ether can not exist of particles at all. However that section of chapters got self-running and much voluminous because surprisingly came up quite new insights of most far reaching importance.

Major law of physics is constant of energy, which most obvious appears at mechanics. Opposite to solid bodies however, particles of fluids can move free into any directions. That chaotic molecular movements result static pressure. Fluid particles fly all times into direction of relative void and by that ?suction? flows come up. Flows affect dynamic pressure and same time correspondingly reduced static pressure. Basic law of energy-constant thus appears at fluids as law of constant dynamic plus static pressures.

At fluids, likely absolute valid are experience-statements of thermodynamics, where inevitable heat losses of all processes are deduced, i.e. technical systems can show efficiency only less than hundred percents. Present days techniques by majority are based on combustion technologies, i.e. application of heat and pressure, with just minimum efficiency in total.

Opposite at fluids, trigger for generating flows by suction demands minimum energy input, because chaotic movements only become little bit better ordered, i.e. kinetic energy latent existing within fluids now become usable ?external?. So there is no real input of energy necessary to produce flow of increased dynamic pressure on account of reduced static pressure. Condition is only to organize relative void (like continuously done e.g. by wings), however already each faster flow affects ?sucking? towards neighbouring areas (like e.g. any whirlwind demonstrates enormous potential of molecular movements of air particles).

At applications of suction speed of molecular movements are reduced by parts, so particles demand less space and continuously thus new particles will fall into that part-vacuum. When producing cold thus quite new interpretation of thermodynamics comes up, resulting possibilities for increased efficiency resp. offering surplus-benefits by essentially reduced efforts.

Based on many examples and applications I developed that sight, at first also supported by calculations partly most ?strange?, while formula and calculations of last few chapters are deduced and applied most significant. So probably is recommended first to study summary quite at end of book, in order to follow thread of ideas and considerations and result most easy.

Naturally I will go on publishing new chapters at my website and later to document again by volume 3, then however only concerning subject of ether - and probably with results likely ?strange? and most interesting.

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by Anthony L. Peratt

Pages: 308
Publisher: Springer
Year: 1997
ISBN: 0792345940
ISBN: 978-0792345947

In June of 1996, at the idyllic seaside resort of Guaruj?, Brazil, a renowned group of researchers in space and astrophysical plasmas met to provide a forum on Advanced Topics on Astrophysical and Space Plasmas at a school consisting of some 60 students and teachers, mainly from Brazil and Argentina, but also from all the other parts of the globe. The purpose was to provide an update on the latest theories, observations, and simulations of space-astrophysical plasma phenomena. The topics covered included space plasma mechanisms for particle acceleration, nonthermal emission in cosmic plasma, magnetohydrodynamic instabilities in solar, interstellar, and other cosmic objects, magnetic field line reconnection and merging, the nonlinear and often chaotic structure of astrophysical plasmas, and the advances in high performance supercomputing resources to replicate the observed phenomena. The lectures were presented by Professor Mark Birkinshaw of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and the University of Bristol; Dr Anthony Peratt, Los Alamos National Laboratory Scientific Advisor to the United States Department of Energy; Dr Dieter Biskamp of the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Garching, Germany; Professor Donald Melrose, Director, Centre for Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Sydney, Australia; Professor Abraham Chian of the National Institute for Space Research, Brazil; and Professor Nelson Fiedler-Ferrara of the University of S?o Paulo, Brazil. As summarized by Professor Reuven Opher, Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics, University of S?o Paulo, the advanced or interested student of space and astrophysical plasmas will find reference to nearly all modern aspects in the field of Plasma Astrophysics and Cosmology in the presented lectures.

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by Wallace Thornhill

Publisher: Mikimar Publishing
Year: 2009

Ebook of 17 (7.7 MB) pages crammed with Wallace Thornhill's content leading the reader through a series of steps involving challenges to some of the foundational aspects of the prevailing cosmology. These include the mass=matter assumption, gravity. the nature of light, catastrophism, the birth of planets and stars, and the nature of redshift and how that relates to gravity and mass. All of this treats the reader to a remarkable dissertation on the new cosmology. Thornhill's answers to major issues, questions, and problems are different but consonant with the facts and the EU paradigm.


  • Electricity or Gravity? Introduction
  • The Search for an Answer
  • A Meeting with Velikovsky
  • Matter and Mass
  • The Origin of Mass in the Electrical Nature of Matter
  • What is Gravity?
  • Antigravity?
  • "Instantaneous" Gravity
  • The Real Nature of Light
  • Catastrophism's Weighty Problem
  • Order Out of Chaos?
  • The Changing Length of a Day
  • The Chaotic Birth of Planets and Stars
  • Cosmic Weight Gain
  • Decreasing Redshift = Weight Gain
  • Discussion
  • Notes and References

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by Wilbur L. Mayo

Pages: 124
Publisher: Reality Science
Year: 2003
ISBN: 097258580X
ISBN: 978-0972585804

Review (From Amazon)

I'm very impressed with the broadness, elegance, and depth. Very interesting piece of work. Great job in mathematics. -- prepublication by retired president of Bell Laboratory

It teaches you how to think -- Prepublication review by Nuclear Engineering professor

Product Description

Solutions of important unsolved problems encountered before and after retirement from NASA. Summary of 65 discoveries without equations, tables, or graphs in the first 23 pages. Simple equations which avoid algebra and calculus.
Major discoveries include relation of gravity to electricity, the related strength of matter, and crucial differences between time based on days and time based on the seasons.sons.

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by Robert M. Kiehn

Pages: 416
Publisher: Lulu Enterprises
Year: 2004 / 2009
ISBN: 978-1847281968

Websites: www.lulu.com/kiehn

Adventures in Applied Topology..... The methods of continuous topological evolution can be used to encode non equilibrium electromagnetic systems, such as a plasma, and to decide if certain processes applied to such systems are Thermodynamnically irreversible or not. The methods do not make use of statistics or probability theory. Several fundamental and new topological features (especially that of Topological Torsion and Topological Spin) of electromagnetic systems - which can be used to design new devices and processes - are introduced.

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by Anthony L. Peratt

Pages: 372
Publisher: Springer
Year: 1992
ISBN: 0387975756
ISBN: 978-0387975757

"The purpose of this book is to address the growing recognition of the need for plasma physics in astrophysics. In fact, astrophysics has contributed to the growth of plasma physics, especially in the field of plasma waves . During the last decade, plasma physics, or more appropriately, plasma science, has witnessed an explosive growth in two areas : pulsed-power technology and space physics. Both have led to knowledge that is mutual and complementary, and the material in this book largely derives from these new discoveries and their application to astrophysics. [..]

"Today plasma is recognized as the key element to understanding the generation of magnetic fields in planets, stars, and galaxies; phenomena occurring in stellar atmospheres, in the interstellar and intergalactic media, in radio galaxies, in quasars, and in active galactic nuclei ; and the acceleration and transport of cosmic rays . There are convincing arguments for the view that the clouds out of which galaxies form and stars condense are ionized : The problem of the formation and structure of these clouds and bodies, therefore, naturally belongs to the field of cosmic plasmas as well as astrophysics. [..]

"Together these problems form what is called The Plasma Universe, the basis for this book . The material presented dwell s basically on the known properties of matter in the plasma state. Some of the interesting topics in contemporary astrophysics such as discordant redshifts and other cosmological issues are not discussed here . The interested reader will be referred to the IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Special Issues on Space and Cosmic Plasmas (December 1986, April 1989, and February 1990), and Laser and Particle Beams (August 1988). [..]

"This book is organized into eight chapters. Chapter 1 is an introduction to the fundamental physics of cosmic plasmas . An attempt is made to review the known properties of plasmas from the laboratory scale to the Hubble distance. Chapter 2 starts the application of basic plasma theory to astrophysical plasmas in the study o f magnetic-field-aligned (Birkeland) currents and charged particle beams . Chapter 3 covers magnetism in plasma and the Biot-Savart force law, while Chapter 4 concen - trates on electric fields in space and cosmic plasmas . Chapters 5, 6, and 7 survey double layers, synchrotron radiation, and energy transport in plasmas, respectively. Chapter 8 covers the particle-in-cell simulation of astrophysical plasmas. Found throughout the book are examples that apply the material of the chapter or section to specific problems."

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by Anthony L. Peratt

Pages: 308
Publisher: Springer
Year: 1995
ISBN: 0792337840
ISBN: 978-0792337843

Today many scientists recognize plasma as the key element in understanding new observations in interplanetary and interstellar space, in stars, galaxies, and clusters of galaxies, and throughout the observable universe. Plasma astrophysics and cosmology, as a unified discipline, cover topics such as the large scale structure and filamentation of the universe; the microwave background; the formation of galaxies and magnetic fields; active galactic nuclei and quasars; the origin and abundance of light elements; star formation and the evolution of solar systems; redshift periodicities and anomalous redshifts; general relativity; electric fields; the acceleration of charged particles to high energies; and cosmic rays.

Plasma Astrophysics and Cosmology is an update on the observations made in radio, optical, and high-energy astrophysics, especially over the last decade, and addresses the paradigm changing discoveries made by the planetary probes and satellites, radio telescopes, and the Hubble space telescope. Over twenty contributors, all distinguished plasma scientists, present an entirely new picture of the nature of our plasma universe with articles ranging from the popular level to advanced topics in plasma cosmology.

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by Anthony L. Peratt

Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Year: 2000
ISBN: 0312093624
ISBN: 978-0312093624

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by Eric J. Lerner

Pages: 496
Publisher: Vintage
Year: 1992
ISBN: 067974049X
ISBN: 978-0679740490

Websites: www.bigbangneverhappened.org

From Publishers Weekly
Plasma physicist Lerner opens one of science's inner rooms to a popular audience in this headline-making history of time, space and the humanistic sociology of science. Illustrated.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From Library Journal
From Steven Weinberg's The First Three Minutes (Basic, 1976. o.p.; 1988. pap.) to Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time ( LJ 4/15/88), numerous science popularizations have expounded the Big Bang Theory for the origin of the universe as indisputable fact. Readers of those books will find this one startling and intriguing. Lerner, a plasma physicist, points out flaws in the Big Bang model and proposes an alternative theory: an eternal, self-sustaining "plasma" universe where electromagnetic fields within conducting gases provide other, simpler explanations for observed phenomena. His contention that the Big Bang is merely a repackaged creation myth is presumptuous, but well argued. To present a current scientific controversy to a general audience risks, on one hand, misleading the public and, on the other, circumventing the peer review process. This book, however, makes valid points in a convincing manner and does neither. Recommended for general science collections.
- Gregg Sapp, Montana State Univ. Libs., Bozeman

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by Trevor James Constable

Pages: 364
Publisher: Book Tree
Year: 1976/1990/2008
ISBN: 1585091154
ISBN: 978-1585091157

This book presents evidence that UFOs are mainly invisible and consist of both physical craft and living, biological creatures. The author convincingly shows that our atmosphere is the home of huge, invisible living organisms that are sometimes confused with spacecraft when they became visible. Mr. Constable has photographed both types of UFOs with special infrared film, some of which are reproduced in this expanded and updated edition. Despite his bold leap into the future, the general public and official ufology have a hard time accepting the evidence. In recent years teams of engineers and technicians in both Italy and Romania, unaware of Constable's earlier discoveries, obtained virtually identical infrared photos of UFOs, which were published in Italy. In 1996, NASA used ultraviolet-sensitive videotape to record swarms of invisible UFOs that looked like Constable's earlier photos. Examples from these photos are also contained in this book. Also covered are earlier pioneers into important life energies that play a big role in this research, including Wilhelm Reich, Rudolf Steiner, and Dr. Ruth B. Drown. This is an important book, recommended for those interested in the higher realms of our physical reality.

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by Donald E. Scott

Pages: 256
Publisher: Mikamar Publishing
Year: 2006
ISBN: 0977285111
ISBN: 978-0977285112

Websites: www.electric-cosmos.org www.thunderbolts.info/electricsky.htm

It is clear that electric plasma research affords simpler, more elegant, and more compelling insights and explanations of most cosmological phenomena than those that are now espoused in astrophysics. This book contains astronomical science for the expert written for the public.


In recent years we have read about the "discovery" of black holes, neutron stars, cosmic strings, and such things as dark energy and invisible matter. Anyone who reads Sagan, Hawking, and the other popular astronomy writers can see how complicated and counter-intuitive the concepts of modern astrophysics are becoming. Even so, until recently, I assumed that astronomers and astrophysicists knew what they were talking about.

Now ? I?m sure they do not.

It was when astrophysicists began saying things that I, as an electrical engineer, knew were wrong that I began to have serious doubts about their pronouncements. But I agonized over whether those doubts were legitimate. Even though my life-long avocation has been amateur astronomy, my formal background is in engineering - not astronomy or cosmology.

Earning a doctorate in electrical engineering eventually led to my teaching that subject at a major university for thirty-nine years. What troubled me most was when astrophysicists began saying things about magnetic fields that any of my junior-year students could show were completely incorrect.

If astrophysicists were saying things that were demonstrably wrong in my area of expertise, could it be that they were making similar mistakes in their own field as well? I began to investigate more of the pronouncements of modern astrophysicists and the reasoning behind them. This book is an account of what I unearthed when I started digging into this question.

It is becoming clear that knowledge acquired in electric plasma laboratories over the last century affords insights and simpler, more elegant, more compelling explanations of most cosmological phenomena than those that are now espoused in astrophysics. And yet astrophysicists seem to be intent on ignoring them. Thus, lacking these fundamental electrical concepts, cosmologists have charged into a mind-numbing mathematical cul de sac, creating on the way a tribe of invisible entities - some of which are demonstrably impossible.

I have tried to hack a path through these hypotheses, contradictions, and alternative explanations that will be clear and understandable for the average interested reader to follow. The answers to the questions we ask are not stressfully convoluted and arcane - rather, they are logical, straightforward, and reasonable - and long overdue.

I hope your journey through these pages will be meaningful, educational, perhaps exciting, and most important of all, eye-opening.


I really love this book. It is causing me to rethink a great deal of my own work. I am convinced that The Electric Sky deserves the widest possible readership.... I felt genuine excitement while reading and felt I was delving into a delicious feast of new ideas. -- Gerrit L. Verschuur, PhD, University of Manchester. A well-known radio astronomer and writer, presently at the Physics Department, University of Memphis. He is the author of "Interstellar matters : essays on curiosity and astronomical discovery".

It is gratifying to see the work of my mentor, Nobel Laureate Hannes Alfv?n enumerated with such clarity. I am also pleased to see that Dr. Scott has given general readers such a lucid and understandable summary of my own work. -- Anthony L. Peratt, PhD, USC, Fellow of the IEEE (1999), former scientific advisor to the U.S. Department of Energy and member of the Associate Laboratory Directorate of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. He is the author of Physics of the Plasma Universe

You don't have to be an astronomer to enjoy this book. It's an exciting story about how a small group of physicists, engineers and other scientists have challenged the establishment, the big science astronomers who are reluctant to listen to anyone outside their own elite circle. -- Lewis E. Franks, PhD, Stanford University, Fellow of the IEEE (1977), Professor Emeritus and Head of the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Massachusetts (Retired)

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by L?szl? K?rtvely?ssy

Pages: 704
Publisher: EFO Budapest
Year: 1998
ISBN: 9638243198

Websites: www.the-electric-universe.info www.thermo-control.com

The author Dr. L?szl? K?rtv?lyessy, a specialist in thermocouples with a world wide well known reputation, takes a look at the modern Astrophysics from the engineerings point of view. Alway prefering easy and direkt solutions in the industry, Dr. K?rtv?lyessy discovered that the Universe contains many unsolved "mystries" for which scientists create things like "dark matter" or "magnetic generators". Simple calculations reveal that there is a very simple solution which unlocks almost all modern mysteries...

Karry Mullis (Nobel laureated in 1993) wrote:
" I am absolutely fascinated. It is high time that someone with engineering skills looked at astronomy. You have clearly found something exciting.  I was never comfortable with astrophysics, but for some dumb reason did not understand that it was the electrical aspect of matter that was missing.  I have been away from physics, in another field for a number of years, but I know new intuitions in any scientific realm when I see them, and I see them in your work. Relax in the notion that someone a continent away is taking great pleasure in your work."

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by Wallace Thornhill, David Talbott

Pages: 132
Publisher: Mikamar Publishing
Year: 2007
ISBN: 0977285138
ISBN: 978-0977285136

Websites: www.holoscience.com www.thunderbolts.info
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In this monograph, Thornhill and Talbott suggest that popular astronomy gives a distorted view of the universe. The modern vision evokes a sense of lonely bodies in space?isolated galaxies, self-immolating stars drifting like dust moats in the blackness, and the clockwork solitude of planets. In challenging this idea, the authors emphasize connectivity. The electric force, they contend, influences matter at all levels, from subatomic particles to galactic clusters, leaving little room for the disconnected fragments of modern theory.

Primary subjects include: an introduction to the plasma universe; electrical challenges to Big Bang cosmology; discovery of the electric sun; and the electrical nature of comets. In language designed for scientists and non-scientists alike, the authors show that even the greatest surprises of the space age are predictable patterns in an electric universe.

This book not only complements The Electric Sky book, but actually overlaps very little, while covering cosmic quandaries and plasma and electricity in space. The chapter on the electrical properties of comets is such great material, thoroughly convincing.


A magnificent description of electricity in space. Authors Thornhill and Talbott offer a sweeping critique of today's popular cosmology. They show that galaxies, stars (including our Sun), and comets can be best understood through the well-tested behavior of electricity the one force about which astronomers seem to know almost nothing. Having now devoted many years to investigating this question, I am in full agreement. -- Donald E. Scott, professor of electrical engineering (retired)

On a plane back to London I read The Electric Universe from cover to cover (the light above my seat was the only one that remained on throughout the night). What a masterpiece. Each single sentence is absolutely spot-on and well formulated. This is just such a powerful textbook the potential and logic of the electric universe theory leaps off every page. The omission of mythological and other ancient data from the argument will undoubtedly help to forestall accusations of using 'tales and stories' to bolster a scientific theory. The book also conveys a strong impression that this theory has reached full maturation; it's not the incoherent ranting of someone exploding with a lot of new ideas, but obviously the fruit of many years of careful thinking and making associations. The soberness of tone and the lavish illustrations strike the right chord and I find it hard to imagine a reader who would not find the argument compelling. I have nothing to contend with concerning the main argument. -- Rens van der Sluijs

The last 150 years have seen immense progress in the understanding of electrical phenomena. Nevertheless, the conventional cosmology taught today remains essentially a theory of gravity. "The Electric Universe" presents an alternative theory that recognizes electrical forces as the dominant influence in shaping the universe, and a major factor in determining much of our cultural and historical experience. Based on well-understood principles that can be observed and demonstrated in any plasma laboratory, the electrical model also offers ready explanations for processes that continue to puzzle astronomers today. Compelling, highly readable, and superbly illustrated, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to what will surely be the beginnings of a scientific revolution in the years ahead. -- James Hogan, science/SF author

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by Moray B. King, Thomas Henry Moray

Pages: 192
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
Year: 2005
ISBN: 1931882428
ISBN: 1931882428

Explains cold-current, free-energy devices with today's science. Using the 1920's inventions of T. Henry Moray as a starting point, the book explores a wide range of popular science and frontier physics. Free-energy technology could solve today's energy crisis and cold-current physics will soon make any other technology obsolete!

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by Wallace Thornhill

Pages: 209
Publisher: Mikimar Publishing
Year: 2009

Never has remote space inspired greater awe than in the first part of the 21st Century. But can it really be said that we understand the new vistas, the exotic structures, and intensely energetic events now revealed to us? As descriptions grow more complex, unified explanations seem ever more elusive. Yet a new vision of the universe is emerging, and it includes something long overlooked?the role of electricity in space.

The UNIVERSE ELECTRIC ebook series begins with volume 1: Big Bang? In simple language stripped of scientific jargon, and with spectacular photographs of deep space phenomena and numerous graphic illustrations, this first volume challenges some of our leading scientific theories.

It also offers an alternative point of view that has been a century in the making; a point of view anchored in empirical science and lab experimentation, a which illuminates the shadowy confusion of anomalies and contradictions that these current popular theories have spawned.

209 pages of highly graphical content leading the reader through an overview of the development and underpinnings of the Big Bang cosmology and the Electric Universe cosmology.

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by Wallace Thornhill

Pages: 118
Publisher: Mikimar Publishing
Year: 2009

Never has remote space inspired greater awe than in the first part of the 21st Century. But can it really be said that we understand the new vistas, the exotic structures, and intensely energetic events now revealed to us? As descriptions grow more complex, unified explanations seem ever more elusive. Yet a new vision of the universe is emerging, and it includes something long overlooked?the role of electricity powering the stars in space.

The UNIVERSE ELECTRIC ebook series began with volume 1: Big Bang? and continues with this volume 2: The Sun. In simple language stripped of scientific jargon, and with spectacular photographs of solar phenomena and numerous graphic illustrations, this second volume gives a view of a well-substantiated, simpler model of solar function. This model explains: the inverse temperature gradient, the accelerating arcs. the solar cycle, the accelerating solar wind, the pulses, the perfect sphericity, the sunspots, the surface rotation gradient, etc.

In doing this, it also offers an alternative point of view that has been a century in the making; a point of view actually anchored in empirical science and lab experimentation, and which illuminates the shadowy confusion of anomalies and contradictions that the current popular theory has spawned.

118 pages of highly graphical content leading the reader through an overview of the development and underpinnings of the Electric Sun model.

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by Wallace Thornhill

Pages: 101
Publisher: Mikimar Publishing
Year: 2009

From the earliest civilizations onward,comets have been the objects of dread, awe, and deep fascination. Though historians acknowledge this fact, only a few have explored the connection of comets to ancient memories of global catastrophe. As a result, mere guesses about the origins of "comet lore" have long dominated the scholarly discussion.

A failure of theoretical science has also contributed to this situation. Popular comet theory has never worked. The idea that comets are "dirty snowballs" or "icy dirtballs" evaporating in the warmth of the Sun is challenged by volumes of space age observation: an abundance of comet images and other data from several probes of comets, collected cometary dust samples, a close-up look at the impact of a projectile on a comet, measurements of charged particles in the comas of comets, considerable information on surface chemistry (including the baffling absence of water ice), and numerous observations of "impossible" comet behavior, such as discharging way too far from the Sun, explosive eruptions and even breakup of comets.

Yet a new understanding of comets is gaining increasing recognition, and this view has demonstrated a predictive ability far beyond that of the "standard" model. In fact, it has succeeded precisely where the standard model failed. The new view places the emphasis on the electrical behavior of comets, in a dynamic relationship with an electric Sun. If comets are discharging electrically as they move through the Sun's electric field, that fact alone will confirm a core tenet of the Electric Universe hypothesis.

The UNIVERSE ELECTRIC ebook series began with volume 1: Big Bang?, continued with volume 2: The Sun and continues with this volume 3: Comets. In simple language stripped of scientific jargon, and with spectacular photographs of cometary phenomena and numerous graphic illustrations, this third volume gives a view of a well-substantiated, electric model of cometary phenomena. Anchored in empirical science, it illuminates the shadowy confusion of anomalies and contradictions that the current popular theory has spawned.

101 pages of highly graphical content leading the reader through a simple, straightforward explanation of the electrical nature of comets.

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by David Talbott, Wallace Thornhill

Pages: 107
Publisher: Mikamar Publishing
Year: 2005
ISBN: 0977285103
ISBN: 978-0977285105

Websites: www.thunderbolts.info
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Thunderbolts of the Gods by David Talbott and Wallace Thornhill introduces the reader to an age of planetary instability and earthshaking electrical events in ancient times. The 108-page full-color monograph, based on the life work of the two authors, offers a revolutionary synthesis of historical investigation and the newly-discovered "Electric Universe."

Talbott and Thornhill claim that cosmic upheaval occurred so recently as to have profoundly affected early human cultures, provoking ?incomprehensible? myths, symbols, and commemorative practices. Through a synthesis of ancient testimony, high-energy plasma experiments, and space age discoveries, the authors bring the ancient world to life. If their hypothesis is correct, it could not fail to alter many paths of scientific investigation as well.

Thunderbolts of the Gods introduces the reader to a former age of planetary instability and earthshaking electrical events, and offers a revolutionary synthesis of historical investigation and the newly discovered Electric Universe. Solar system cosmic upheaval occurred so recently as to have profoundly affected early human cultures, provoking incomprehensible myths, symbols, and commemorative practices. Through a synthesis of ancient testimony, high-energy plasma experiments, and space age discoveries, the authors bring the ancient world to life. If their hypothesis is correct, it will surely alter many paths of scientific investigation as well. The little-known study of powerful electrical discharges in plasma is a new and exciting development in plasma cosmology , with profound implication for space age astronomy. To advance their case, the authors present side-by-side comparisons of laboratory plasma experiments and globally recurring symbols of the ancient sky. The evidence, they report, shows an ancient obsession with extremely violent electrical discharge formations in the heavens. Thunderbolts of the Gods is packaged with the 65-minute DVD, Thunderbolts - The Tutorial. This film introduces you to the key themes of the theory, and includes interviews with the principal figures in Electric Universe research.

In Thunderbolts of the Gods Talbott and Thornhill have combined their knowledge and expertise to present solid evidence for a revised view of Earth s history. Their work reveals that the tales, artifacts, customs and petroglyphs of the ancients that have come down to us through the fog of time tell a mutually consistent and powerful single story. Our planet s past has been filled with cataclysmic events some of which were witnessed by our early ancestors. At first, modern scientists claimed these events were physically impossible. But now it is becoming clear that not only the geological record provides strong evidence for these cataclysms, but the emerging study of plasma cosmology also demonstrates how these events could have indeed occurred. Only a few books rise to the level of importance whereby we can say This book truly changed my view of history . In my opinion this is such a book because once you have read it you will never look at art, ancient literature, mythology, opera, history, archeology, anthropology, or astronomy with the same eyes ever again. -- Donald E. Scott, Ph.D., retired professor of electrical engineering and author of The Electric Sky

Mainstream astronomy holds that the Solar System has remained stable and essentially as we see it today for billions of years, cycling with regular, repeating motions that can be extrapolated backward to reliably reconstruct conditions in the remote past. The assumptions upon which this belief rests date back over three centuries to the times of Kepler, Newton, and Laplace, which see a cosmos consisting of electrically neutral bodies moving in a vacuum under the sole influence of gravity. Yet space is now known to be pervaded by electrical plasma, and there is strong evidence that the planets and other bodies carry electric charge. Charged objects immersed in plasma spontaneously form double-layer isolating sheaths around themselves that contain their fields and prevent mutual electrical interaction. For as long as planets move without their "magnetospheres" coming into contact, quiescent conditions like those that exist today will prevail, which are indeed accurately modeled by gravitation. But should some disturbance or instability occur that causes magnetospheres to intersect, the bodies involved will experience sudden complex forces immensely more powerful than gravity, accompanied by-if they are at different potentials-colossal electrical discharges between them. In Thunderbolts of the Gods, David Talbott and Wallace Thornhill present a compendium of evidence from diverse sources showing that not only have such events affected the Earth, but they have done so within the time of recorded human history! From as far apart as China, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and the Americas, peoples of ancient times have left records in their myths, legends, religions, and art forms, of skies vastly different from those we see today, alive with spectacles of light, violence, and seeming heavenly deities in conflict that not only battled each other but brought widespread death and devastation to Earth. -- James P. Hogan, Author of Kicking the Sacred Cow

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by Jerry G. Gallimore

Pages: 123
Publisher: Health Research / Society of Metaphysicians Ltd.
Year: 1974/1987/1992
ISBN: B0006W8LI0
ISBN: 1852286164
ISBN: 978-1852286163

This book begins with an investigation into certain subjective responses of people recorded by investigators to determine the reality of the effects. Gallimore next does an extensive comparative analysis of the properties of Od and Orgone. Chapters include: Baron Von Reichenbach: Properties of Odic Force, Wilhelm Reich: Properties of Orgone Energy, Other Investigators: Properties, Ordering of Properties, Commentary on Properties: Electrical & Physics Parameters, Similarity to Hypothesis of Proposed Theorems, Physics the "lost" Vector, Effects of Magnetism: The Od Force, Baron Von Reichenbach, Conclusion: Letters on Od & Magnetism; O'Byrne, Odic Light in Modified External Conditions of the magnet; Baron Von Reichenbach, Wilhelm Reich.

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Died: November 2, 1979
Electric Universe, Velikovsky
Fairfield CT
Edinburgh SCOTLAND
Died: December 30, 1979
Electric Discharge, Electric Universe

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