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Plasma Cosmology  

Anthony Peratt


The Plasma Universe. Anthony Peratt is an Electrical Engineer, Astrophysicist, and leading authority on Plasma Phenomena. He was a graduate student of Hannes Alfvén, a former scientific advisor to the United States department of Energy, and he is a member of the Associate Laboratory Directorate of the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Papers on Plasma Cosmology


The Big Bang Never happened. Eric Lerner is President of Lawrenceville Plasma Physics Inc. Since 1994 he has been carrying out research on fusion and fusion propulsion funded by NASA through the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He is perhaps most famous for his best-selling book, The Big Bang Never Happened.

Perspectives on Plasmas is an excellent site with links to many other technical resources. From the site:

"The forthcoming scientific revolution is presaged by the rapid pace of discoveries about our own star, the Sun, and its total plasma environment."


"Plasma is for everyone." Anthony Peratt

Don Scott, EE Engineer


The Electric Cosmos is yet another excellent resource. Don Scott, pictured above right, is a retired professor of electrical engineering. His great new book, The Electric Sky, is available to order here.

Electric Universe    
A great new YouTube channel from Gareth Samuel. Great content with clear and straightforward explanations of EU phenomena. See The Pattern   SeeThePattern

www.thunderbolts.info is the leading resource for the Electric Universe. It is updated with fascinating and challenging news items on a daily basis. The archive can be viewed here. A quote from the site:

"The fires of an intellectual revolution have been lit. Though unannounced, this shift in thought and perception will change our ideas about the natural world, about objects in space, and about the human past."

Holoscience is the web resource of Wal Thornhill, the man behind the Electric Universe.  The term 'Electric Universe' has been used before, but never in the same broad, holistic sense.

The Plasma Universe is an excellent resource set up by Ian Tresman, a long time plasma and catastrophism reseacher, also well known in the field.

Plasma Resources is another excellent resource site. Dave Smith created this after growing frustration trying to find relevant materials on mainstream web sites.

Rupert Sheldrake is one of the world’s most innovative biologists, and is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance, which leads to a vision of a living, developing universe with its own inherent memory.

Sheldrake at the 2013 EU conference. Science Set Free video - 10 dogmas of modern science! The online censorship of his work started a firestorm of protest!

Gerald Pollack begins to explain the many magical properties of water from an electrical perspective. His pioneering work helps us to actually understand something we take very much for granted.

"It is the Thunderbolt that steers the universe." Heraclitus, ca. 500BC
Wal Thornhill
Mythology and Catastrophism    

The SIS, Society for Interdisciplinary Studies, is the oldest and most comprehensive resource for catastrophist information and research.

The Kronia Group also takes an interdisciplinary approach to myth, science, and planetary catastrophe.

Mythopedia.info introduces Plasma Mythology. Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs has enjoyed a lifelong interest in the field.

Varchive.org is probably the leading resource for Velikovsky related material, including video clips and much of his fascinating correspondence with Einstein.

Maverick Science takes a scholarly look at mythology and catastrophism.

From the site: "The Central Dogma of modern astronomy holds that the various planets have occupied their present orbits for millions of years while circling peacefully about the Sun.  This belief-system dominates the physical sciences in general and, together with the doctrine of uniformitarianism--i.e., the hypothesis that familiar and continuous processes have driven evolutionary change--it informs the natural sciences as well.  Although the Central Dogma is rarely questioned or subjected to serious critical analysis, Maverick Science presents a wealth of evidence documenting that it is contradicted by the historical record. If this claim can be substantiated, it stands to reason that a scientific revolution is sure to follow, the likes of which has seldom been seen." Ev Cochrane

An excellent new resource about Velikovsky


"There are those who think that few discoveries remain to be made. Others think that we have only just begun." Anon

Dave Talbott of The Kronia Group

Plasma Physics    

For a more conservative approach to Plasma Physics try Dr David Stern's site. (He is a retired NASA scientist.) It is an excellent resource, and raises a strong challenge to mainstream perceptions of an electrically neutral universe. Curiously, the last time I looked (April 2005), it made no mention of Double Layers, one of the most important plasma phenomena.

The Coalition for Plasma Science aims to increase public awareness and understanding of plasma science and its many applications and benefits for society. Here is a quote form the site:

"With the emergence of radio wave, UV and X-ray images of distant astrophysical systems, we are now beginning to recognize the importance of plasma processes not just for the solar system but for all astrophysical systems. New images of stellar nebulae like that of the supernova remnant shown above dramatically reveal a broad range of plasma processes... Wherever these research frontiers lead, we now know that our cosmos is more than just gravity plus gas; instead it is gravity, some neutral gas, and lots of plasma!"

  John Dyer electrical experiment

The Natural Philosophy Alliance is an alliance of people who believe that many mainstream/consensus ideas in physics and cosmology, including relativity, quantum theory, and the big bang, are irredeemably flawed. The emphasis is on putting the philosophy bank into science, in other words; where an evidential approach will triumph over ideology. In recent years the Electric Universe and NPA have run a number of successful joint conferences.

The work of Halton Arp has effectively destroyed the theoretical basis for an expanding universe.

The Big Bang meets an astronomical death by Paul Marmet.

Nikola Tesla is sometimes described as the man who invented the 20th century, although others have all too often claimed the credit for much of his work. Also, see the page on this site dedicated to him.

Aetherometry is the study of the metrics of the Aether. It is influenced by the work of Tesla, amongst others, and there are some interesting parallels with ideas presented on this web site.

Fun with electricity. John Dyer plays with Tesla coils and produces some interesting results. Imagine these effects being scaled up thousands of times. See a picture from his lab, above right.

What is Electricity? This excellent web resource cuts through many of the misconceptions that surround the stuff we take very much for granted -- "Electricity." The term actually encompasses a number of different phenomena, and you'll be surprised how many textbooks get it wrong.

Skeptical investigations examines some of the controversy surrounding new research.

The Alternative Cosmology group

Reality Sandwich - Who needs the Higgs?


"One measures a circle, beginning anywhere." Charles Fort



“We have to learn again that science without contact with experiments is an enterprise which is likely to go completely astray into imaginary conjecture.” Hannes Alfvén

New Children's book series    

The Playful Planets series teaches children about the planets of our Solar System, and some of the myths and legends associated with them in a simple, colourful, and fun way. The planet's personalities reflect their roles in myth and legend. For example, Mars is Mr Angry, the God of War; Veronica Venus the Goddess of Love and Beauty; Saturn is wise old Father Time; Mickey Mercury the mischievous messenger; Uri Uranus the magician, and so on.

Reading is a discount ticket to anywhere ... including space.

A great read for all inquisitive children aged 3-7. Learning can be fun.

Alternative weather forecasting

Piers Corbyn at Weather Action has been able to provide forecasts with startling accuracy based on an Electric Universe approach - principally that of taking the electromagnetic fluctuations of the Sun into account.

This non-ideological approach (he is not funded by any academic or AGW interests) enabled him, notably, to predict a harsh winter for the UK in 2010. The prediction was made in early November and, sure enough, Britain suffered badly in December 2010.

Could gambling save science? Encouraging an honest consensus by Robin Hanson:

"Consider the example of Piers Corbyn, a London astrophysicist who has been unable to get academic meteorologists interested in his unusual theory of long-term weather cycles (New Scientist, 1990). Since June 1988 he has been making bets to gain publicity, betting against the bookmakers William Hill, who uses odds posted by the British Meteorological Service. He has been winning. Over the 26 months from April 1989 to May 1991, Corbyn has made at least 9 bets a month (and averaged over 20 bets a month) and has won 80% of these bets, gaining an average rate of return of over 25% per bet. (Depending on what independence you assume between bets in a given month, the chance of this happening randomly is between 1 in 400 and 1 in 1050.) Yet the Service still refuses to take Corbyn seriously, or make even token bets against him. This doesn't seem quite fair; hasn't Corbyn earned the right to be considered? William Hill has taken on the bets for the publicity but is tired of losing, and has adjusted their odds accordingly. Why shouldn't these be the odds used for official British agricultural policy, instead of the Service's predictions?"



The Playful Planets




"Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts." Richard Feynman

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