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New to EU
A new book to make people think: A Beginner’s View of our Electric Universe.
The Plasma Universe
Website of Anthony Peratt, author of Physics of the Plasma Universe. [N.B. The disclaimer is merely Political (in)Correctness.]
Plasma Cosmology Papers
Society for Interdisciplinary Studies
The oldest and most up to date society for catastrophist information and research
Halton Arp – A Modern Day Galileo
“You can’t vote on the truth.” No matter how many people believe something, if the observations prove it wrong, it is wrong. Arp presents the observations that show the Big Bang theory is wrong.
Don Scott: The Electric Cosmos
A professor of electrical engineering gives his view of how stars really work.
Ev Cochrane’s development of a unified theory of myth and science—the so-called Saturn theory. The Saturn theory has profound and wide-ranging ramifications for a host of scientific disciplines, including astronomy, planetary geology, psychology, comparative religion, and linguistics among others. Ev is publisher and co-editor (together with Dwardu Cardona) of the journal called Aeon.
AEON is a journal of myth, science, and ancient history specializing in archaeoastronomy and comparative mythology. The journal explores the evidence for global catastrophes and interplanetary upheaval in the recent past. It has particular significance for cosmogony and the Electric Universe.
Skepticism is necessary and healthy, and we would be foolish to believe everything we are told. But genuine skepticism is about open-minded enquiry, not denial. This new website presents an investigation into the true meaning of Skepticism in Science.
From the second half of the 20th century, cosmologists and geophysicists have made great advances in modelling the electromagnetic environment of the earth in response to the solar wind and other external features impinging on the earth, such as Near-Earth Objects (NEOs) and, far less frequently, cometary intruders into the inner solar system. Our purpose is to consider how knowledge of this kind might aid our understanding of traditional ideas about cosmology and the recent history of the earth, as documented in the history of astronomy, archaeoastronomy and certain classes of mythology and ancient ritual.
Rupert Sheldrake Online
Author of Seven Experiments That Could Change the World: A Do-It Yourself Guide to Revolutionary Science. “Science in its ideology sees itself as doing a fearless exploration of the unknown. Most of the time it is a fearful exploration of the almost known.”