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Dr. Jeremy Dunning Davies – Math isn’t Physics

We welcome Dr. Jeremy Dunning Davies to our program to discuss the “math first” attitude and direction of institutionalized physics and astronomy. Dr. Dunning-Davies is a retired Senior Lecturer in Physics at the University of Hull, England. He is president of the Santilli-Galilei Association on Scientific Truth. And he is also a Fellow of the…

The “Impossible” Star

Supernova 1987A Decoded The Electric Sun Verified Thunderbolts Picture of the Day “The Supernova Nobody Saw” Wal Thornill’s full 2011 NPA presentation “Stars in an Electric Universe” is now available through Mikamar Publishing. In related news, Rupert Sheldrake is now scheduled to speak at Electric Universe 2013: The Tipping Point: It seems that nearly everyone…

How Technology Moves Society – Not Politics

Lasse Birk Olesen gives a speech at TEDx Copenhagen 2012 where he emphasizes technological innovation, rather than political agitation, as a way to improve the human condition.  He covers the topics of Bitcoin, seasteading, and 3D printing.  A very anarcho-capitalist lecture

New Research Shows Psychedelic Drug To Be Powerful Anti-Depressant

New research is showing that ketamine, a powerful dissociative hallucinogen, can provide near instantaneous relief from severe chronic depression.  Ketamine, or “Special K” as it is known in the psychedelic community, is capable of causing the brain to quickly regrow new neural connections in a part of the brain that is responsible for feelings of depression. In fact, the…

Electric Galaxies Defy Big Bang

From the Thunderbolts site: Researchers using the Hubble telescope have spotted an “astounding” grand-design spiral galaxy – astounding, they say, because it shouldn’t exist. Based on the galaxy’s estimated age of 10.7 billion years, according to conventional theory, it should not display such complexity of form. In this presentation, we discuss whether astronomers’ methods for dating galaxies are actually…

Deep Impact—Confirming the Electric Comet

If you’ve enjoyed this video and wish to know more about this emerging paradigm or wish to become personally involved, please consider attending the upcoming Electric Universe Conference 2013: The Tipping Point Albuquerque, New Mexico; January 3-6, 2013 For further information or to register please visit the conference page here

Quasars: Why Einstein Was Wrong (The Electric Universe)

Playlist Supporting papers If you’ve enjoyed this video and wish to know more about this emerging paradigm or wish to become personally involved, please consider attending the upcoming Electric Universe Conference 2013: The Tipping Point Albuquerque, New Mexico; January 3-6, 2013 For further information or to register please visit the conference page here