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The Electric Comet – Full Documentary

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Good evening from a slightly autumnal Surrey.

As many are aware from my earlier blog postings, I truly admire the work of the incredible Thunderbolts Project team. Whilst I have not yet reached a level whereby one could confidently explain the fundamentals of the Electric Universe Theory, I’m relishing every moment of learning alternate viewpoints of the workings of our Universe.

I have recently enjoyed conversations with my Sister in relation to a certain newsworthy comet, Comet C/2012_S1… you may have heard of it? With the contents of one particular conversation reverberating in my mind, I decided to treat myself to a viewing of the team’s seminal documentary video, ‘The Electric Comet‘.

The story that unfolds during the documentary provides an abundance of luncheons for one’s mental digestion. The Thunderbolts Project team have taken great care to ensure that the viewer isn’t blinded by science, eschewing complicated scientific terminology for easy-to-understand explanations of their findings.

And yes… I’ll admit to leaping up and down in my seat with delight upon reaching the closing credits. Not professional I know, yet I know that you’ll find the video as enlightening as I did…

(Documentary is posted for information and educational purposes only)

Is the sun a giant comet? NASA scientists discover long tail trailing solar system

News releases relating to NASA’s Mission with its incredible IBEX Spacecraft always fills me with enthusiastic excitement… and what a revelation! I’m not a gifted astrophysicist but why do I have a feeling that our Solar System is protected to a greater degree…? Thank you to Alvin of the marvellous Extinction Protocol for posting this fantastic article 🙂

The Extinction Protocol

July 11, 2013SPACENASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX), a $169 million spacecraft has discovered what many scientists surmised; the sun has a comet-like tail. The less than 20 foot square craft, displayed the tail which couldn’t be seen before because it doesn’t shine, nor does it reflect light. Is the sun a comet? No, it is a star. Both stars and comets have tails, which can usually be seen through a telescope. Our sun was not that easy. “By examining the neutral atoms, IBEX made the first observations of the heliotail. Many models have suggested the heliotail might be like this or like that, but we’ve had no observations. Scientists will not yet give as estimate to the length of the tail, but say it is no more than 1,000 times the distance from the earth to the sun.  IBEX uses ‘energetic neutral atom imaging,’ and measures…

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