Plasma cosmology

The Thunderbobs Project™

The ThunderBobs Project

It has not always been official EU science theories and settled canon in what is now your Thunderbolts Electric Universe®. In one of those (slightly) I’m a Bobliever of The Thunderbobs Project™! David Talbott, in a 1995 interview with the AEON Journal, answers Dwardu Cardona’s most important question of his and today’s era – What about progress towards developing physical Saturnian models?

Van Allen’s Electric Universe belt

Van Allen's Electric Universe belt

Local and in situ acceleration of elements to near light speed due to electromagnetic plasma cosmology, has been suggested for decades by Electric Universe theory. In natural processes similar to CERN the chemical elements are transformed by magnetic fields, plasma double layers etc.

The infinite effects of the Gravity or Magnetoelectric Universe?

Electric Plasma Universe

2 of the 4 fundamental forces are suggested to have an infinite range of effect, action at an infinite distance. These are the mysterious Universal Constant forces that are Gravity and the perhaps slightly more understood forces that are electromagnetic in nature. I am a betting man. Sometimes I even like a drunken gamble. There is a difference.

According to theoretical calculations

magnetic universe

Strongest magnetic field in universe directly detected by X-ray space observatory are the interpretation of data and the mathematics from the Peer Review Universe. But it really, really, really does depend on the construct of your Universe. If it is over 1 billion Tesla then more natural electromagnetic plasma processes can help start to explain it. Whatever your conclusions it shows that NASA’s (electro) Magnetic Universe is gathering force to overpower that old and weak Gravity’s Universe.

Still black, still holes?

black holes Hourglass Nebula

How can black holes emit more molecular plasma material than gravity attracting in? Why are active centres a power active white? Are black holes torus shaped electromagnetic plasmoids, similar in shape to the Hourglass Nebula? There was a time when the Universe could only possibly but incredibly unlikely have only 1 black hole. People were terrified into believing and funding research but in the safe actual knowledge that nothing as silly could exist in what was a wondrous but still natural universe.