Friday, January 4, 2008
Thunderbolts of the Gods - The Electric Universe
The ancient wisdom 'As above so below' can obviously be seen as 'As below so above'.
Could the fun and simple O'Level experiment of a plasma ball show us the workings of the universe. 'The Electric Universe' asks this question with surprising clarity in it's theory.
'Challenge yourself, your peers, your teachers. Participate in a revolution in science and human evolution. Watch this film and in an hour ... alle » know more than most NASA scientists about the fundamental force that forms and sustains the universe (summary below).
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The Thunderbolts Project calls into question not only countless modern scientific assumptions, but also the billions of dollars of big-science government and corporate funding that continues to preserve and entrench questionable theories - elevating them to the status of doctrine - while systematically excluding legitimate alternatives that threaten the status-quo. Alternatives that may represent the future of science.
The Thunderbolts Project offers remarkably simple explanations for 'black holes', 'dark matter', the electric sun, comets that are NOT made of ice, planetary scarring and many other 'mysterious' phenomena.
It proposes that much of the currently observable phenomena of deep space can be intelligently explained by already known principles of electricity. High school students get it immediately. A doctorate in higher math is not required.
This extraordinary new theory also redefines ancient history, linking rock art images carved in basalt 5,000 years ago with identical images found only in Hubble photographs of deep space or in photographs of recently declassified high-energy plasma discharge experiments generated in a billion dollar lab.
The Thunderbolts Project invites you to participate in this revolution, to test and even challenge its validity, or, if finding it rational and intriguing enough, to contribute to its expansion and further evolution.
The Thunderbolts Project'