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SWR02 Feb 12 '18, 15:20
New discoveries and developments, and the big picture.
SWR02 Feb 12 '18, 15:24
How far back does civilization go?

"Randall discusses the methods by which ancient peoples preserved and encoded their knowledge, including the ancient rituals that have turned into our modern holidays."
SWR02 Jun 21 '18, 18:03

I'm not alone in thinking thunderbolts.info has a better explanation of things than Hawking and standard theory.

Greg Jay Published on Sep 10, 2017

[In] this video I give what I think through research and investigation what the history of cosmology in the 20th century was & how it got that way. Plus the conflict going on in the science that is critical to every other science there is as it underpins all of them including biology & medicine. The soundtrack is at 432 Hz which is supposed to be in harmony with the DNA and has a healing effect.

Film Clips from these videos
Thunderbolts of the gods - https://youtu.be/5AUA7XS0TvA
Cosmology Quest - https://youtu.be/KmotCQCxQEI
Wal Thornhill lecture - https://youtu.be/e0vu-jQWCZo
Highly recommended videos: Symbols of an alien sky - https://youtu.be/t7EAlTcZFwY
The Jupiter myth - https://youtu.be/9rSYToFOYz4

Never blindly accept the pronouncements of authority, find things out for yourself.


The Forum post is edited by SWR02 Jun 21 '18, 18:06
SWR02 Jun 2, 03:54

Anthony West in Egypt. Pre-dynastic civilization.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2fHzD_HiMM

SWR02 Jul 5, 07:25



SWR02 Aug 23, 09:13

Ben Hyde: Electric Universe Inspiring Gen Z | Space News

What does the future hold for education in the space sciences? More than half a century ago, inspired interest in space exploration was remarkably high among the general public, as humanity’s attention was held rapt by the race to the Moon. However, in the 21st century, the public face of space science is less the astronaut than the physicist and astrophysicist. When young people wish to learn of space science, they learn of the Big Bang and gravity-centric cosmology. They must try to make sense of concepts such as warped space-time, infinities and singularities. They’re told of a Universe that is 96% dark, comprised of matter and energy that are unproven, invisible and “poorly understood.” However, today we know that more than 99% of the universe is composed of plasma. This universe is not "dark," it is alight with electric currents. And the physical mechanisms that spark the phenomena we see have been replicated for many decades in laboratories on Earth. Thus, one can see the potential for the electrical cosmology to inspire a new generation, through concepts that are both understandable and demonstrable. Recently, we have engaged with an Electric Universe advocate who has made it his mission to introduce the young and curious to the ideas of the EU. His name is Benjamin Hyde, a television news science presenter at KSTU-FOX 13 Salt Lake City, and prolific social media science creator. We are excited to formally introduce Ben to the EU community in his Space News debut. Here he describes SPARK (Science Programs Aimed Right at Kids), and how his efforts to interest and inspire Generation Z in the sciences is flourishing. Ben Hyde SPARK | Science Programs Aimed Right at Kids • YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbsE...


SWR02 Sep 20, 18:24

Andrew Hall: Scars of Plasma Dragons | Space News

For the last five years, on this series, Thunderbolts colleague Andrew Hall has presented an extraordinary reconstruction of catastrophic events on Earth, exploring the telltale clues these events imprinted on our planet’s surface. As Andy has explained, many of the fractal patterns we see on Earth cannot be explained through any traditional geological process. However, these geological features find intriguing analogues in some of the highest energy atmospheric phenomena seen in our solar system today.


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