Wal Thornhill: Black Hole or Plasmoid? | Space News

In this interview recorded on April 8, 2019, physicist Wal Thornhill discusses why the recent so-called “first picture of a black hole” actually affirms the plasma cosmology hypothesis that the object at a galactic core is not a black hole at all but an ultra-high density energy storage phenomena called a Plasmoid. Print this page


Wal Thornhill: Ultima Thule Update — Another Electrically Scarred World? | Space News

The latest image released by NASA’s New Horizons mission of the Kuiper Belt object nicknamed Ultima Thule reveals several intriguing features. These include what appears to be an improbably huge crater, which likely would have destroyed the object if it was caused by an impacting object. In this episode, Wal Thornhill joins us for a…


Wal Thornhill: Ultima Thule – Another Victory for the Electric Universe | Space News

NASA’s New Horizons team has recently received pictures of the most distant object in our solar system ever imaged by a spacecraft. It’s nicknamed Ultima Thule, a relatively tiny body, just 19-miles long, located more than 4 billion miles from Earth in the so-called Kuiper Belt. As we see, like countless asteroids, some moons, as…


Wal Thornhill: The Saturn/Earth Connection and Our Place in the Universe | Space News

In part one of this presentation, physicist Wal Thornhill began his analysis of one of the most significant space discoveries in recent memory. The history and origin of the gas giant Saturn, and indeed the entire solar system, including our own planet is not what we’ve been told. Planetary scientists recently made the astonishing discovery…


Wal Thornhill: Blockbuster – Saturn/Earth Connection Confirmed | Space News

A new scientific paper provides stunning affirmation of one of the most striking predictions of the Electric Universe/catastrophist hypothesis. The paper, published in the Journal Icarus, reports that the water on Saturn’s moons and in its rings is remarkably similar to water on our own planet, a completely unexpected finding for planetary scientists. As surprising…


Wal Thornhill: Velikovsky’s Astrophysics | EU2017

In 1950 Immanuel Velikovsky threw down a gauntlet to astronomers in his sensational best-selling book, Worlds in Collision, where he proposed, on the basis of documentary evidence, that gravitation is an electromagnetic phenomenon. Leading American astronomers were enraged and behaved like medieval priests whose sanctified gravitational cosmology was being violated. They pressured Macmillan, the textbook…


Wal Thornhill: Seeing Double – Electric Cosmology | Space News

How do objects in our Universe form? In the unimaginably vast cosmos, at all scales, from comets and asteroids in our solar system to the vastest superclusters of galaxies stretching for hundreds of millions of light years, astronomers and astrophysicists imagine gravitational processes, and only gravitational processes governing these objects’ formation. But the objects we…


Wal Thornhill: Gravitational Accretion Bites the Dust | Space News

New scientific research into the planet-forming conditions in so-called young star systems has delivered a shocking blow to gravitational accretion theory. In a paper published in the journal Astronomy Astrophysics, scientists described their attempts to determine how much material is present in the disks around stars that are thought to be only 1 to 3…


Wal Thornhill: Future Science | EU2017

Goodbye big bang and the mathematical nonsense masquerading as modern science. The future is a different universe — an Electric Universe — and The Thunderbolts Project is the key to that future. The Thunderbolts Project follows the Renaissance model of inventors, philosophers, engineers, and artists being funded by private visionaries. Science advances once more because…


Wal Thornhill: Electric Comets & Asteroids | EU Workshop

Enjoy Wal Thornhill’s presentation from the EU Workshop, November 14-16, 2014, Phoenix, Arizona. More than any other individual, Wal has given the EU movement its emphasis on direct observation and experiment, in contrast to today’s “modeling” of the physical world through extravagant mathematics. Wal’s six presentations provided a compendium of the things that scientifically …Print…