Space discovery has served as the ideal testing ground for the theoretical predictions of Wal Thornhill and the Electric Universe Model, as well as the discipline of plasma cosmology. These predictions become more powerful when juxtaposed against failed predictions and endless surprises of the gravity-centric Standard Model.
Independent researcher, Stuart Talbott, details multiple Thornhill predictions such as elucidating Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, the plumes on its moon Io, Saturn’s hexagonal polar hot spots—and his forecast on NASA’s Deep Impact mission where an energetic electrical ‘flash’ would precede immediately before a copper projectile slammed into the nucleus of comet Temple One—shocking mainstream science on the Fourth of July in 2005.
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