EU theory

Worlds in Collision

Worlds in Collision Immanuel Velikovsky

Worlds in Collision by Immanuel Velikovsky is an essential book to read for those interested in chronology revision, world catastrophism, alternative mythology interpretation, comparative mythology and especially the Electric Universe theory (EU theory). How have the Worlds in Collision general theories and Velikovsky’s specific ideas held up since then? Especially against the massive increases in …

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Planetary formation in an Electric Universe

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How are planets, moons, asteroids and active asteroids (comets) formed in Electric Universe theories? Thunderbolts EU and plasma based cosmologies have very different models and chronology to the Nebular hypothesis. Objects perhaps rapidly accreted, pinched or expelled/discharged and other variations of our solar system’s formation. Perhaps in plasma stars, ionized gas giants, in the dusty …

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Marklund convection

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Marklund convection is an important process in Plasma Cosmology and for the Electric Universe theory (EU theory). Marklund convections create interesting results for plasma like Birkeland filaments (Birkeland currents). Are Marklund convections an essential part of planetary formations in our solar system for both rocky and gas giants? Does it also effect the structure of …

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Plasma z-pinch

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A plasma z-pinch, also known as zeta pinch (comes from or related to Bennett pinch, theta-pinch) is a very important plasma/electromagnetic mechanism for the Electric Universe theory. Also for Plasma Cosmology and standard science. The basic z pinch idea seems to be magnetic fields generated to or in plasma by electricity, these electromagnetic effects tighten, …

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