The Electric Sky book by Don Scott, a member of the Thunderbolts.info group, is 256 pages of powerful material that introduces the Electric Universe and plasma cosmology. Dr. Scott is a retired professor of Electrical Engineering and he destroys the sensational and fantastical constructs of "gravity only" cosmology, replacing them with very lucid explanations of the electric sun and stars, as well as other astral phenomena.
The book contains sensible science for the experts written for the public, and represents the first substantial public exposition of the latest developments in the Electric Universe/Plasma Cosmology. The chapters in the book cover the history of EU/plasma cosmology, the electric sun in depth, Arp’s findings on redshift and the implications for quasars, galaxies, and gamma ray bursters. Professor Scott gives a simple yet compelling electrical explanation for the solar magnetic polarity reversal, something that hitherto has been particularly baffling. A must read!
For complete information including Preface and Chapter 1 see: The Electric Sky info
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The last 150 years have seen immense progress in understanding electrical phenomena, and we are seeing voluminous evidence of plasma and magnetic fields (always caused by electric currents) in space. Nevertheless, the conventional cosmology taught today remains essentially a theory based solely on gravity and nuclear fusion. The Electric Universe introduces the universe that many in mainstream science ignore, and authors Wallace Thornhill and David Talbott offer a sweeping critique of today's popular cosmology. They show that galaxies, stars (including our Sun), and comets can be best understood through the well-tested behavior of electricity—the one force about which astronomers seem to know almost nothing, a force that is 1036 or more times as strong as gravity.
Compelling, highly readable, and superbly illustrated, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to what will surely be the beginnings of a scientific revolution in the years ahead. The Electric Universe understanding eliminates the need for the highly imaginative, sensational yet logic-breaking constructs of black holes, dark matter and energy, and replaces them with laboratory demonstrated plasma phenomena. For more information see: www.mikamar.biz/book-info/teu-a.htm
Full-color graphics, 6-3/4”x 9”, soft cover, 132 pages.
description of electricity in space. Authors Thornhill and Talbott
offer a sweeping critique of today's popular cosmology. They show
that galaxies, stars (including our Sun), and comets can be best
understood through the well-tested behavior of electricity—the one
force about which astronomers seem to know almost nothing. Having
now devoted many years to investigating this question, I am in full
Electric Universe introduces the universe that many in mainstream
science ignore. The book provides a compelling new vision for
scientists and general readers alike. High-energy electrical events
in space are changing the picture of the cosmos."
150 years have seen immense progress in the understanding of
electrical phenomena. Nevertheless, the conventional cosmology
taught today remains essentially a theory of gravity. "The Electric
Universe presents an alternative theory that recognizes electrical
forces as the
On a plane back to London I read The Electric Universe from cover to cover (the light above my seat was the only one that remained on throughout the night). What a masterpiece. Each single sentence is absolutely spot-on and well formulated. This is just such a powerful textbook —the potential and logic of the electric universe theory leaps off every page. The omission of mythological and other ancient data from the argument will undoubtedly help to forestall accusations of using 'tales and stories' to bolster a scientific theory. The book also conveys a strong impression that this theory has reached full maturation; it's not the incoherent ranting of someone exploding with a lot of new ideas, but obviously the fruit of many years of careful thinking and making associations. The soberness of tone and the lavish illustrations strike the right chord and I find it hard to imagine a reader who would not find the argument compelling. I have nothing to contend with concerning the main argument. —Rens van der Sluijs