Wal Thornhill: Supernovas, Neutron Stars and Black Holes “Break the Rules” | Space News

In Part Two of our interview with Wal Thornhill, Chief Science Advisor of The Thunderbolts Project, we explore a number of intriguing space science discoveries, including supernovae, “neutron stars,” “black holes” and “white dwarf” stars which appear to break the expected rules of standard cosmology. Are these “weird” objects really rule breakers, or can we…


Wal Thornhill: “Impossible” Stars or Electric Stars? | Space News

Physicist Wal Thornhill, Chief Science Advisor of The Thunderbolts Project, joins us to discuss a number of recent scientific discoveries relating to the nature of stars. These discoveries confound or are irreconcilable with standard ideas about how stars form, where their energy comes from and why they go supernova. In part one of our conversation,…


Wal Thornhill: No Islands in Our Electric Universe | Space News

In part two of our discussion with physicist Wal Thornhill, we continue to explore the ongoing “crisis in cosmology.” We ask Wal for his thoughts on a number of recent discoveries which stunningly affirm a core tenet of the electric cosmology – no “islands” exist in a Universe where the predominant organizational force is electromagnetism.…


Wal Thornhill: Big Bang – Time to Wipe the Chalkboard Clean | Space News

Scientists generally use the term “crisis in cosmology” to describe the numerous and growing evidences that contradict or undermine the Big Bang theory. For decades, numerous scientific papers have been published on the discordancy between the so-called expansion rate in the “early universe,” and the expansion rate in the “later Universe.” In fact, recently the…


Wal Thornhill: SAFIRE and the Future of Science, Part Two | Space News

In part one of this presentation, physicist Wal Thornhill began his analysis of the recent remarkable update by the team behind the groundbreaking scientific experiment, the SAFIRE Project. For the first time, an independent experiment has been conducted to audit the Electric Sun model, first proposed by the engineer Ralph Juergens in the 1970’s. SAFIRE’s…


Wal Thornhill: SAFIRE and the Future of Science, Part One | Space News

It is generally not known that an alternative Electric Sun model was proposed in 1979 by the engineer Ralph Juergens. It explains simply the critical longevity of all electric lights — it is plugged into a galactic circuit. And galactic circuits are the basis of Plasma Cosmology, which is ignored by astrophysicists but was developed…


Wal Thornhill: The Electric Asteroid Bennu | Space News

Earlier this month, investigators with NASA’s historic Osiris-REx mission held a press conference reporting some of their initial findings at the asteroid Bennu. Like all of the recent space missions to comets, planets as well as asteroids, the findings have provided surprise after surprise to investigators. In this interview with Wal Thornhill, we discuss in-depth…


Wal Thornhill: Big Bang Busted Again | Space News

A new scientific study based on data from the Hubble Space Telescope was recently published which affirms what many other papers have reported in recent years: the so-called expansion of the Universe appears to be accelerating much too quickly to explain through any kind of known physics. However, plasma cosmology and the electric universe have…


Electric Universe on Gaia Video Streaming

“Take a step back in time, 10,000 years ago, when the solar system was vastly different than it is now. All across the globe, ancient tales offer similar accounts of a sky we would not recognize on planet we would not know as home. By examining the mythology from many of these ancient cultures, paired…


2019 Electric Universe conference

2019 EU UK Conference
2019 EU UK Conference

Exciting news from the Electric Universe United Kingdom site: “… [electricuniverseuk.eu] are hosting an Electric Universe UK event again this summer. Whilst EU UK was not intended to be an annual event, when Thunderbolts Project™ USA regrettably had to cancel earlier in the year, we took the view that EU UK could help maintain international…