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An Alien Sky?

World mythology has interested me since childhood. In the ’60’s when I was exploring libraries, the classical Greek, Roman, and some mythic imagery from Egypt and the Fertile Crescent could be found. Encyclopedia Britannica, as well as books printed by … Continue reading

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Summer reading before summer ends

The Electric Universe by Wallace Thornhill and David Talbot is, first off, readable and easily understandable for the non-physicists and electrical engineer. This is most important – not only for the interested reader – but for the hypothesis and paradigm … Continue reading

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Are you ready?

When will the standard model release humanity from its erroneous theories and ad hoc interpretations? This presentation by Wal Thornhill is illumining.

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Like the Copernican Revolution and the Renaissance

This is an absolutely great synthesis of the credible and incredible. The current models of astro-physics are showing their absurdity as the telescopes created to delve into the workings of the universe actually show the workings they sought. But the … Continue reading

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YouTube and PBS videos worth exploring

Feels like Spring in the mind of humanity! Idea-seeds that have lain dormant or sprouts of thought that have been slowly growing seem to now have better conditions. Paradigms are quickly shifting from that of contraction, isolation, and not-related or … Continue reading

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