What is light?

It’s not quite as simple a question as it sounds?

The ‘Electric Universe’ is shorthand for a newly emergent paradigm in astrophysics. It takes into account the leading role of the electric force in shaping and driving the universe, including the planets, our sun, and the Milky Way. Given that the Electric Force is 10 to the power of 39 times as powerful s gravity this should be no surprise. This is especially so given that 99% of all matter is in the charged or ionized state. All this will be discussed at the first ever UK conference on the subject, to be held in Bath on July 7-8 2018. Details at www.electricuniverseuk.com

Independently organized by Adrian Gilbert and Lucy Wyatt

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3 Responses to “What is light?”

  1. NPP says:

    When will this ‘electric Universe’ material appear on the BBC I wonder.
    Fascinating.

    • Tapestry says:

      I notice that Miles W Mathis slates the Electric Universe as an ‘operation’. His own channel shows far more signs of being one of those than the EU. However much of his stuff is excellent and well reseached. I don’t bother with his science anyway. Hs observations about art and history seem much better. Horses for courses. The Electric Universe assembles masses of evidence month by month and is fascinating to follow.

      • NPP says:

        May be life is an ‘operation’. Interesting and fascinating, absolutely.
        I do like the idea of the Grand Canyon being a thunderbolt scar rather merely water and time. The point is let us investigate and explore the possibilities – it’s fun!
        EU conference in Bath in July.

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