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Susan Woodward
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I would be very interested in a conversation among Wal Thornhill, Steve Smith and two similarly qualified experts in Jyotisha. Plasma physics seems to be a rearticulation of the fundamental cosmological principles of Vedanta. Such a meeting of minds would be a fascinating conversation for the next EU Conference. Could you let me know if you have received interest from experts in Jyotisha? Thank you very much. Fantastic work as usual, with such huge potential for understanding the fullness of relational reality.

neal ruth
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Another educational and informative segment. Thank You !

Anton Moric
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Really good, but in order to communicate to a larger audience, I think that EU presentations in general need to minimize the amount of time wasted on stating the falsified "Standard" model explanations and instead stick to the EU explanations.

Wizard Of Cause
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Ain't not space, cuz ain't no globe earth.

Sandy Combs
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Why does main stream reject the electrical model?

ASARULUDU BANMASKIM
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When are you going to get to the ELECTRIC SUN it's time

James Kenyon
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Thank you Steve Smith for this wonderful 17 minutes of interesting data. I appreciate your calmness and your common sense approach. I don`t know if mainstream will ever get it, but if they do it will be because of folks like you. Thanks again, James Kenyon

Hagilo
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i have been thinking that maybe saturn is our sun's double star and it is
"brown giant"

Steven Krum
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Those rings of saturn look like a record, put a needle on it and play.

Adrian A
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Well… every day at work static electricity pulls some tricks on me , and gets me. So I dont see why electricity wouldnt play a major role in all universe.

Concerned Citizen
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Very fascinating, as usual!

paladin17t
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Glad to hear Steve again. His input is always thought-provoking and inspiring.

FirstDagger
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So according to the Electric Universe model the Sun is a planet and Saturn once was the Sun ?

Particle Man
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it's electric boogie woogie

Stephen Gibson
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Steve is a genius. I learn so much listening to his outstanding celestial electric descriptions.

Paul V. Sheridan
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Lots of very important statements / observations . . . but my favorite summary statement by Stephen is the Saturn "is more like a star than a planet."  Indeed!

Mike*
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what does' this electric Universe do to our own planet" and why can't we prove it right here on earth? after all our planet is closer to the sun than both Jupiter and Saturn,

flamencoprof
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Is an electron anything but maths? I have worked with electromagnets and later transistors and later DIMs and later SMDs, but when I try to find out just WTF an electron is, or how it produces a magnetic field, all the experts eventually end up with just maths. I mean wtf is "spin"? It is doing my head in and I don't understand why I can't understand.
Sorry, a bit off-topic, just something this vid evoked.

hownow
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Conventional Astronomy better be taking notes … !

MsLettucelady
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excellent talk and information.

Operation mindfuck
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It's a plasma crystal.

Operation mindfuck
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There must be another way molecules and atoms are bonded where there is a limit to how far they can repel each other.There must be s certain distance that the molecules are trying to maintain like a matrix of atoms that want to maintain a particular structure but can be deformed out of shape, only to spring back apart.So the atoms released under pressure want to be a certain distance apart and not just fly apart .The hot plasma is insoluble in the colder plasma and because it forms this matrix with itself that has more space in between the… Read more »
Aleksandrgrc
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Only apes may submit papers for peer review under ape law.

Omar Goodness
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can I please see some real stars? 2017, still no?

StinVec
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Using an electric charge to make tiny fluid droplets look like Saturn
https://phys.org/news/2017-07-electric-tiny-fluid-droplets-saturn.html

Thought some may find this interesting as well.

Leo Gaspar
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As a graduate from the University of Calgary with a BSc in Astrophysics, what can I do to further help this cause? Does the Thunderbolts team have private plasma laboratories? Where is the most cutting edge plasma research being conducted?

Matt Westmacott
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depressurisation of a gas/liquid will make it cool.

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