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Electric Universe holds keys to understanding free energy
In finally giving this some coverage in our news, I decided to have my
brother, Nathan, as the spokesman to articulate an overview. Basically, the
concept says that there is a strong electrodynamic component that has been
missing from mainstream science models of the universe.
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I imagine that the vast majority of you reading this have been tracking the
whole "Electric Universe" line of thinking for quite some time. It
certainly has been something I've watched in my peripheral vision for several
years, thanks largely to my brother, Nathan, who has been chatting it up with me
at family gatherings. He attends the conferences, reads the books, watches the
blogs and the social media in this space. He's even made some of his own
observations that should be presented at one of these conferences.
I nearly was able to do a video interview with one of the movement's
heavyweights, David Talbot, last year following the TeslaTech conference, but
schedule conflicts arose, and that never materialized.
Last December, I finally got a directory
page up about it at PESWiki.
But as of yet, the word "Electric Universe" has been essentially
absent from the news bullets we've put out -- not because it doesn't belong
there, but because I've neglected to give it the attention it deserves.
I hope you'll all forgive me for taking so long to getting around to giving this
any decent coverage. It's long overdue.
Finally, yesterday, I did an interview with Nathan, on my FreeEnergyQuest.com
show as part of the Rense Radio Network, having him give an overview of the
Electric Universe concept, its ramifications for science in general, and for
exotic free energy in particular.
He did an phenomenal job, I thought. It's well worth the listen.
I've uploaded the audio file to YouTube, removing some of the ads, so now its
only about 49 minutes long. I didn't load any more than one image, so you need
not watch it.
The most significant benefit we are likely to see from this model is that it
will provide a solid explanation for where some of these exotic modalities are
getting their energy. I'm guessing that it is likely to have a strong bearing on
aether and zero point energy, as well as electrostatic and maybe even
electromagnetic overunity modalities.
Not only is there an electrical component to the universe, but they posit that
98% of the universe is comprised of dark plasma. Omitting this from the dialogue
is like trying to do chemistry without talking about the electron.
In reviewing this write-up, Nathan said:
...The issue of plasma constituting space and most of the matter in the universe is not posited by the EU; that fact is uncontroversial. What is
controversial are the implications of this and what the plasma is capable of. For instance, the EU envisions galaxies arranged in vast plasma filaments, star systems in galactic plasma filaments etc., where the standard model envisions gravity being the only connecting force at play. When the observations don't match the gravity-only models, they posit dark matter and black holes to provide the missing mass.
The increasing trouble for the standard model is that we're able to observe so much more now. Using wider spectrum observations, when we look at galaxies, we no longer merely see a swirl of stars, but instead we see structured tufts of plasma emanating from the top and bottom of the core. It seems like each better telescope, instrument, and probe provide more validation of the EU.
So, I hope from now on, we'll be getting a lot more "electric
universe" items in our dialogue and news. It's about time.
Here's the interview:
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