nUkiEmOLe sChema duRa #16/ 06 Oct 2016
Wallace Thornhill: The Elegant Simplicity of the Electric Universe (with improved audio)
EU2016” 1:35:42 mins. 82,689 views
When in high-school learning physics was easy to see, and I also like mathematics, but the cRap that radio-Waves—learned more from Victory at Sea and shortwave that I could not see waves w.o. gRavity, as space has electromagnetic-Attraction was the side of those 3 then 4-5-6 of us who enveloped that lies were schema’s. The electromagneticism coupled w pulses also needed defining. What kind of orgasm were they talking? Then, my 2nd cousin Gerald Pollack, while on my 1981 visit to Manhattan reeled me in, the dire straits was die-Cast. This past 5-years, the Electromagneticism and planet ‘photosphere’ make simpler what the eyes, simple-Expediency, designate as: simplest to more complex “con-text”. Thus, I then knew that Dr. Carl Sagan had the cosmos incorrectly (1986—post my last visit w him in 1977), and at last I could answer why physics is not always merely: mathe-gRavity, everywheres-Ville.
ThunderboltsProject: published on 6 Oct 2016
“The Electric Universe is simple to understand—simple enough to begin teaching it in primary school, according to Wal Thornhill. In his Keynote presentation at EU2016, Wal applied “the test of simplicity” to popular ideas in astronomy. How well do these ideas fare by comparison to the Electric Universe paradigm? Progress in science and human understanding can be investigated through the brain’s response to new perspectives. The brain is hard wired in favor of prior ideas. It will not readily accept contrary evidence and will tend to sideline it. Growing specialization can only reinforce the preexisting disadvantage of new ideas. As the data to be assimilated continue to grow, the effect shows up as the brain’s diminished ability to see things globally. “I’ll see it when I believe it.” But Nature itself does not produce isolated fragments or contradictions. It simply invites us to consider a bigger picture. The elegant simplicity of the Electric Universe is an open invitation to step into this larger field of view.”