How old is the Electric Universe?
Was there a Big Switch On or Big Turn On instead of a Big Bang?
We know nothing of the origin of the universe. There was no Big Bang. The visible universe is static and much smaller than we thought. We have no idea of the age or extent of the universe.
We don’t know the ultimate source of the electrical energy or matter that forms the universe. Galaxies are shaped by electrical forces and form plasma focuses at their centers, which periodically eject quasars and jets of electrons. Quasars evolve into companion galaxies. Galaxies form families with identifiable “parents” and “children”. Stars are electrical “transformers” not thermonuclear devices. There are no neutron stars or Black Holes. We don’t know the age of stars because the thermonuclear evolution theory does not apply to them. Supernovae are totally inadequate as a source of heavy elements. We do not know the age of the Earth because radioactive clocks can be upset by powerful electric discharges.
Electric Universe – So What? | Wal Thornhill
The Groups public statement is that it makes no guess as to what happened to start everything. How can we even guess, especially when science does not know the most basic of things.
Its leaders may privately suggest some interesting possibilities but the Group always sticks to what was agreed.
Is there a start to the Thunderbolts Electric Universe?
Some will wish there was soon to be an end of the EU, but what does the group of Thunderbolts canon state about the beginning of it all?
Is a plasma universe, an electromagnetic universe, infinite?
How could it be finite? Wouldn’t there have to be some nothing after that finite point/area?
Tony Peratt has this to say about his Plasma Universe (PU not EU).
The plasma universe may be eternal and infinite, directly contradicting the Big bang model. In this picture, swirling streams of electrons and ions form filaments that span vast regions of space. Where pairs of these filaments interact the particles gain energy and at narrow “pinch” regions produce the entire range of galaxy types as well as the full spectrum of cosmic electromagnetic radiation. Thus galaxies must lie along filaments, as they are observed to do on a large scale. The bulk of the filaments are optically invisible from a distance, much like the related Birkeland currents that reach from the Sun and cause auroras on Earth.
Plasma Cosmology | Anthony L Peratt
How did the Electric Universe start?
Was there a start?
Or is the idea of a start to the Electric Universe an idea needed by humans as we physically appear to have a start and an end? But how can you not have a start to the end of the Electric Universe?
The Big Bang is already dead! The unheralded “Galileo of the 20th century”, Halton Arp, has proven that the universe is not expanding. The Big Bang theory is based on a misinterpretation of redshift. The redshift of a distant galaxy is measured in the light coming from that galaxy. Lines in the spectrum of that galaxy show a shift toward the red compared with the same lines from our Sun. Arp discovered that high and low redshift objects are sometimes connected by a bridge or jet of matter. So redshift cannot be a measure of distance. Most of the redshift is intrinsic to the object.
Electric Universe – What Big Bang? | Thunderbolts
How can you have an end to an Electric Universe? Why would you have an end?
Is the Electric Universe an eternal circuit where the components and wiring constantly and forever change but with no start or end to it?
Everything Is Electric?
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Comets were feared as things and portents of horror, doom and catastrophe in our ancient skies. The Electric Universe theory suggests that it is the comets electromagnetic natur...
There will be a free Electric Universe theory talk by Philip Francis in London on Friday 26th of February 2016. The talk is titled The History of the World & Then Some. You can ...