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A timely introduction to a new paradigm
on 17 November 2013
Ever wondered why NASA and its sycophants are always puzzled at every new discovery in space, and why its vaunted "experts" are consistently incapable of explaining any phenomenon without recourse to mathematical gymnastics and imaginary constructions pulled from the nearest hat? It's quite simple really: because standard theories are as wrong as it's possible to be, ignoring the presence of electromagnetic forces in favour of gravity, a force 10 to the power of 39 (that's 10 with 39 trailing zeroes) weaker than EM. Unfortunately, it is becoming increasingly clear that the universe and everything in it is motivated by electricity, and that gravity is simply the observed result of charge differential. Strangely we know (or THINK we know) that subatomic particles such as neutrons, protons and electrons are controlled by electrical forces, yet for some reason this is ignored when we think on bigger scales. Not for much longer, methinks.
A concise introduction to the Electric Universe, written by a non-specialist in terms anyone who actually reads the book should be able to understand.
Thoroughly recommended for anyone who sees the obvious disconnects in orthodox "theory" (guesswork would be a better word, and not even particularly good guesswork, as imaginary entities such as "Black Holes" and "Dark Matter" show all too clearly) and is disillusioned with the overbearing attitude and lack of sensible explanations from mainstream astronomy.
Suggested further reading:
The Electric Sky by Donald E. Scott
Science At The Crossroads by Herbert Dingle
The Big Bang Never Happened by Eric Lerner
The Electric Universe by Wallace Thornhill & David Talbott
The Einstein Hoax by H.E.Retic
See also Thunderbolts.info
The Electric Comet
Thunderbolts Of The Gods
The Lightning-Scarred Planet Mars