Published on Aug 31, 2016
On August 1, 2016, NASA’s SOHO satellite spotted a comet from the so-called Kreutz family, a collection of comets that scientists believe broke off from a giant comet centuries ago. The sungrazing comet met its demise on August 3rd and 4th, and subsequent news reports have remarked on a so-called coincidence -- the SOHO satellite also captured a coronal mass ejection as the comet approached the Sun.
Indeed, dating back decades, astronomers have noted numerous so-called coincidental incidents of CME’s corresponding with an approaching comet. The consensus theory remains that no connection between the two events can exist. But countless recent discoveries in comet science which affirm the electric comet theory emphasize that such a connection should not be dismissed.
Published on Sep 3, 2016
This Electricity of Life episode points out the range of interactions microscopic lifeforms have with physical matter, which goes beyond our normal schemas for what constitute "critical biological necessities." Alex also hopes to assist the viewer in visualizing this tiny scale of our familiar world.
Not to be outdone by the spectacular “Ring of Fire” eclipse witnessed earlier in the week across eastern and southern Africa, the SDO captured the brief moment when the Earth revealed the sun to the orbiting satellite just as the moon also blocked its view.
Earth comes between the SDO and the sun briefly on a daily basis as a consequence of following the planet’s rotation. On Thursday, both the Earth and the moon’s eclipse coincided for a brief, but beautiful moment.
The shadows of the Earth and the moon can be spotted separately - with the Earth’s atmosphere absorbing light from the sun producing a fuzzy edge. Lacking an atmosphere, the moon’s horizon is crisp with little diffusion.
Rosetta's missing Philae probe found in dark crack on comet The Cosmos News
Published on Sep 5, 2016
On Nov. 14, 2014, the small comet lander made its dramatic landing onto the dusty surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko after being released by the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft. Philae failed to fire its anchoring grappling hooks as it made first contact with the comet, causing it to bounce off the surface, sending it on an uncertain trajectory. The gravity of the comet's bulk was just enough to prevent it from spinning into space, resulting in another series of bounces.
Published on Sep 6, 2016
The International Space Station crossing the disk of the sun this morning, in perfectly clear sky. Visible from my house, just 1km south of center line. Filmed with a bridge cam, exp. 1/16000s, ISO 200, zoom 35x, Baader solarfilter. There were some sunspots on the sun's disk as well. The ISS flew in a distance of 795km and crossed the sun in 1.5 seconds.
Published on Sep 7, 2016
For the better part of a century, the scientific consensus has been that a nuclear reaction within the Sun causes the Sun’s light, heat, and radiation. But rather than confirming this model, modern space discovery has only provided seemingly endless riddles and anomalies. Nevertheless, today, institutional science gives no indication of its readiness to explore real theoretical alternatives in solar physics. In this episode, Nicholas Sykes contrasts in clear and simple the terms the fundamental differences between the electric universe paradigm and the standard view of the Sun and all stars.
Published on Sep 10, 2016
The subject of this video series by Dave Talbott is the ancient experience of towering celestial forms that are no longer present. From a single snapshot of the configuration, we can work backwards to the first appearance of these bodies out of an undifferentiated cloud or sea of dusty plasma. We can then follow the configuration’s evolution through phases that range from quasi-stability to earth shaking catastrophe.
Important Note: As this series continues, it will become increasingly important to start with the Preface and work forward sequentially. These were not intended to be stand-alone videos.
Published on Sep 13, 2016
In this episode, physicist Wal Thornhill begins his analysis of the Juno mission with a comprehensive juxtaposition of the electric universe theory of planet and star formation, versus that of institutional science. NASA’s Juno mission to the gas giant Jupiter is again putting to the test the standard theory of our solar system’s formation and history. In recent days, science news reports have remarked on the probe’s images of Jupiter’s north pole. On September 2, 2016, Juno principal investigator Scott Bolton said of these initial images, "First glimpse of Jupiter's north pole, and it looks like nothing we have seen or imagined before.”
Published on Sep 20, 2016
September 22,2016-The September equinox marks the beginning of autumn for the northern hemisphere
Countries around the world will mark a shift in the seasons with the equinox on 22 September - which will ring in autumn for the northern hemisphere and spring for the south. But what is an equinox?
Theoretically, it is a celestial event when all points on the surface of Earth experience 12 hours of daylight and darkness.
As the Earth travels around the sun along its orbit, the north to south position of the sun changes over the course of the year due to the changing orientation of the Earth's tilted rotation axes. The dates of zero tilt of the Earth's equator correspond to the spring equinox and the autumn equinox.
Is there LIFE on Europa? NASA calls emergency press conference The Cosmos News
Published on Sep 21, 2016
The US group sent out a cryptic message, stating that there is “surprising activity” on Europa – the most well known of Jupiter’s 67 moons.
NASA has been analyzing data from its Hubble Space Telescope which is currently prowling the universe.
The space experts said in a statement announcing the event on Monday, to be broadcast live at 7PM UK time: “Astronomers will present results from a unique Europa observing campaign that resulted in surprising evidence of activity that may be related to the presence of a subsurface ocean on Europa.”
Most scientists agree that where there is water, it massively increases the chances of finding life.
EILEEN MCKUSICK: Biofield Science in the Electric Universe | Thunderbolts Podcast ThunderboltsProject
Published on Sep 25, 2016
Eileen Day McKusick is the originator of an innovative therapeutic method called Biofield Tuning. This practice is based on the concept that the body is surrounded by a "bio-magnetic field" which produces sound waves. These sound waves can act as indicators of physical dysfunction, injury or illness. Today Eileen shares the genesis of her life's work and explains how biofield tuning might fit in an Electric Universe.
Ms. McKusick has a Master’s degree in Integrative Education, and is currently at work on a PhD in Integral Health with a focus on Biofield Science. Her extensive research and practice in the field of therapeutic sound spans both the academic and alternative realms. Based on the recommendation of Wal Thornhill, Eileen will be speaking at EU2017. Her website: http://www.biofieldtuning.com