Tag: electromagnetism

The sun is a electromagnet

A major tenet of Electric Universe theory is that electrical currents flowing through the conductive medium of plasma induce powerful magnetic fields at all scales throughout the cosmos. Of course, on our own Earth, the Norwegian experimentalist Kristian Birkeland postulated more than a century ago that electrical current systems produce Earth’s auroras, a thesis confirmed …

Evidence of the Electromagnetic Sun – Earth Connection

At the recent Thunderbolts Project EU2015 Conference: Paths of Discovery, Dr. Donald Scott presented new groundbreaking evidence of the electromagnetic connection between the Earth and the Sun. The electric universe theory states that the sun is in essence an electrical discharge phenomenon, powered by electric currents flowing along the arm of the galaxy. Electrical circuitry …

Tuning our DNA to another planet frequency

Would a human remain on Earth if he would tune it’s own DNA to the frequency of another planet? Or would this mean that he’s location switch towards nonlocal for a millisecond and then again to local on another planet? In other words, do we have here a kind of teleportation technology inside us? Montagnier …

David Talbott: Exposing the Myths of “Settled Science”

Is it possible that the foundational assumptions of the theoretical sciences all express a common misunderstanding? From cosmology, the “queen of the sciences,” a core dogma of the 20th century filtered down through every discipline, constraining our ideas about galaxy and star formation and ultimately (from the same underlying assumptions) all of the space sciences, …

The Joe Cell is a kind of Cyclotron

A cyclotron is a compact type of particle accelerator in which charged particles in a static magnetic field are travelling outwards from the center along a spiral path and get accelerated by radio frequency electromagnetic fields. In a similar way the Joe Cell has it’s own dynamic generated electromagnetic fields which attracts orgone energy (maybe …

Meissner Effect

The Meissner effect is the expulsion of a magnetic field from a superconductor during its transition to the superconducting state. The German physicists Walther Meissner and Robert Ochsenfeld discovered the phenomenon in 1933 by measuring the magnetic field distribution outside superconducting tin and lead samples. The samples, in the presence of an applied magnetic field, …

Action at a distance

In physics, action at a distance is the interaction of two objects which are separated in space with no known mediator of the interaction. This term was used most often in the context of early theories of gravity and electromagnetism to describe how an object responds to the influence of distant massive or charged bodies. …

Retrocausality

Retrocausality (also called retro-causation, retro-chronal causation, backward causation, and similar terms) is any of several hypothetical phenomena or processes that reverse causality, allowing an effect to occur before its cause. Retrocausality is primarily a thought experiment in philosophy of science based on elements of physics, addressing the question: Can the future affect the present, and …