A whole new understanding of the UNIVERSE

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    I've found something that might very well shake the foundations of modern science, specifically the field of astronomy.

    It's called the electrical universe theory.

    Whereas the dogmatic model of the fifties of a universe shaped by gravity and gravity alone has dominated astronomic thinking up until this very day, a new and shattering approach is dawning on the horizon.

    The old Big Bang model in short:
    All the mass of the universe was combined in a single point. Space and time did not exist, that is until the Big Bang. A deafening roar (were there anyone to hear it) accompanied the crack in the surface that resulted from the critical mass being condensed in such a small place.
    The explosion expulsed all the mass in a chaotic fashion onward into the space/time continuum that equally raced out in all directions.
    The model assumes that gravity is the principle force that shaped the planets, the stars and the galaxies from this chaos. In fact, it seems the explosion is still speeding up, giving us the present situation of an apparent evergrowing universe. . . scientists have speculated the Big Crunch (the idea that the mass of the universe will eventually collapse into itself, closing the epic circle of "life" of universes) may not even happen, resulting in an evermore empty universe, that will grow cold and dead.

    This bleak picture however is now contended fiercely by the advocates of a plasma or electrical universe.

    The electrical universe model states that the Big Bang model is void of factual evidence.

    Redshift, the primary force behind the Big Bang theory has been shown to behave utterly against expectations.

    Red shift supposedly was teling us how far observable galaxies were away from us, because as they were speeding away from the Big Bang event still, we could calculate back in time their previous positions. Thus resulting in the idea that everything was at one place 14 billion years ago.

    Quasars were thought to be the furthest stars in the universe, since they had the most redshift. But now several quasars have been seen in front of galaxies, although they still show the further redshift. Something seems wrong there.

    Dark Matter is also a highly debatable subject, since no-one has ever seen it, but it should theoretically be there for the Big Bang model to work: for without it, the growing speed of the universe seems lacking.

    The list of anomalies that are being fixed with theoretical models that hold no observable truth is growing. Time for a change in the perception of the UNIVERSE.

    The electrical universe theory in short:
    Electricity, not gravity, is the shaping force of the universe, it's galaxies, stars and planets. Space is not empty. Electrical currents spanning millions of lightyears have been shown to exist, the so-called Birkeland currents. These attract one another, and when they get close, they start spinning around one another to form a massive helix. At the crossings, or "pinch" points, a torus (a donut shape) of energy forms around them. These toruses give rise to galaxies, with their stars and planets.

    Electrical forces are a thousand billion billion billion billion (a brazilian ) times stronger than the forces of gravity. Therefore it is far more likely that gravity will be told to sit on the bench as electricity does it's job.

    But it gets even more interesting: the ancient cultures around the globe all worshipped the planets at some point as gods. The fact that we didn't understand why the planets would be so particularly interesting to them, since they seem to be inconspicuous specks of light, may also be solved.

    For the electrical universe model is also based on extensive cross examination of ancient cultural literature and art. Rock art across the planet shows pictures drawn of a man with two spheres beside him, flanking him. Plasma scientists have seen formations that look remarkably like these in their labs.

    Ancient gods are pictured throwing around thunderbolts from the sky, for example Zeus, which refers to Jupiter. With the electrical model in mind, it may very well have been that the ancient civilizations actually did witness such a galactic lightningstorm which shook the earth, causing earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and the rains of fires from the skies. In short: Armageddon like events, that were real.

    Thinking about it, I am convinced these people are very much on the right track here, and we may be on the verge of the shredding of the largest scientific dogma in recent times. On an interesting sidenote, organic organisms are animated by electricity as well, and just thinking about stuff like this evokes your nervous system, which is bascially an electric network.
    We may be closer to the real truth, that all is one.

    Thought I'd share this with you people.

    Check for more: www.thunderbolts.info
     
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    Pretty neat stuff. I want to know more about these electrically charged particles that are strung between everything. This gives credence to string theory.
     
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    George Noory and Art Bell have had several Scientists on their show talking about this theory.

    Their show isn't always about weird things, sometimes it is about cool things.
     
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    Only on the quantum scale. On the cosmological scale gravity is god because gravitational strength is not diminished by distance. Electromagnetism is.
     
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    Sorry, gravity diminishes by the inverse square of the distance between two objects..

    Gravitational force "F" is equal to

    F=G*m1*m2/r**2

    where G is the gravitational constant
    m1 is the mass of the first object
    m2 is the mass of the 2nd object
    r is the distance
     
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    Yes, I was just looking that up to confirm what I remembered from school and I came across that very same equation for the Gravitational Force Relative Strength.

    It was a few years ago....I'll have to try and figure out exactly what it is I am thinking.
     
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    I must have been thinking gavitational force versus the strong and weak nuclear forces since both electrolmagnetic and gravitational forces are equally dependent on the distance between the two object whereas the force of strong and weak are insignificant beyond distances greater than the radii of atmoic nuclei.

    Even so, "gravitational strength is not diminished by distance", was way off.

    My physics is feeling rusty. But this thread did remind me I had found the article I referred to long ago. I found this idea fascinating, mostly because it suggested a cyclic nature of our Universe:

    http://wwwphy.princeton.edu/~steinh/npr/

    More:

    http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/astronomy/bigbang_alternative_010413-1.html

    Which leads to...

    Cyclical Model

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    Much better graphic here.

    http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/encyclopedia/c/cy/cyclic_model.htm
     
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    I should get a life..... the last time I sat in a physics class, most USMB board members were either in diapers or just a glint in their parents' eye....

    why I remember such things for years but can't remember the name of someone I met a half hour ago is beyond me! :)
     

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