EU2020:VISION Electric Universe theory conference Thunderbolts Group

Electric Universe 2020:VISION

This years Thunderbolts conference on Electric Universe theories is from 4 to 7 June in Portland USA. The EU2020:VISION speakers include the main EU experts with some more alternative presentations from Dr Irving Wolfe, Edo Kaal, James Sorensen, Dr Jerry Tennant, Dr Franklin Anariba, Andrew Hall and Eileen McKusick.

Explore the unified underpinnings of the natural world. Witness how horizons expand through interdisciplinary collaboration and synthesis. Discover electric patterns repeating themselves at all scales, from the tiny world of the atom to the far reaches of space. Consider as well the electricity of life and the role of frequencies and resonance in biological systems. See how electricity helped researchers penetrate the great mysteries of the past as well as the origins of mythic archetypes.

EU2020:VISION will not just challenge today’s most popular scientific assumptions, it will highlight the greatest misunderstanding of all—the claim that highly energetic events across the cosmos can be understood through the action of gravity alone.
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There will be more EU plasma cosmology updates on electric stars. The SAFIRE Project latest news and findings will be presented by Montgomery Childs.

After more than a century of laboratory experiments with electric fields and electric discharge, our electrical theorists asked the critical question: could the Sun be the local focus of galactic electric currents, with sufficient potential to explain why the Sun shines? Recently, that question was substantially answered by the independent SAFIRE Project, confirming the electrical attributes of the Sun.
EU2020:VISION | Thunderbolts

Not Euro 2020:VISION

And before those from Europe get to excited if reading this quickly or someone saying it to them, this is not the Thunderbolts Group entry for the 2020 Eurovision. Although a little duet from Susan Schirott and Wallace Thornhill would get my vote. With Neil Thompson as the backing on his ukulele.