The Thunderbolts Project Podcast podcast

The Thunderbolts Project Podcast

The Thunderbolts Project

The Thunderbolts Project is an organization of scientists, historians, and researchers who work on a wide range of issues related to the Electric Universe. The Thunderbolts Podcast features interviews with prominent figures in plasma physics, mythology, biology, and other fields of interest related to the organization's goal of furthering our understanding of both science and history. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thunderboltsproject.

14 Episodes

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    #014 Dr. Jerry Pollack: The 4th Phase of Water | Electric Universe Conference 2013 Off-Stage

    28:45

    Dr. Jerry Pollack is a University of Washington professor of bioengineering, where he researches crystalline, or "structured" water. This little known phase of H20 plays some important roles in biology, including a process in humans that seems to be similar to the photosynthesis we see in plants.
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    #013 Monty Childs: SAFIRE Project | Electric Universe Conference 2013 Off-Stage

    28:55

    Monty Childs is an engineer working to answer one of the questions that we here at The Thunderbolts Project believe is central to our understanding of the universe - what is the true nature of our sun? To do so, he has initiated SAFIRE, a project readying for construction, in which Monty and his team will build a scale model of an electric sun and test for the non-nuclear effects that we see in our scientific observations of the closest star. In this talk with host Matthew David, Monty fills us in on all of the expriment's details and gives an update on its current status. The Thunderbolt Project is now on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thunderboltsproject.
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    #012 Rupert Sheldrake: Electric Universe Conference 2013 Off-Stage

    13:59

    In the first of a series of podcasts recorded at the recent Electric Universe Conference, Rupert Sheldrake joins us to discuss his work and how it relates to the other fields of research that The Thunderbolts Project strives to advance. Amongst the many topics discussed, Dr. Sheldrake tells us about his new book, "Science Set Free" and how his finding in the study of consciousness might eventually be explained by the latest findings from cross-disciplinary studies in the Electric Universe. For more information about Dr. Sheldrake, visit his website at www.sheldrake.org. And make sure you subscribe to The Thunderbolt Project's new Facebook page at www.facebook.com/thunderboltsproject.
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    #011 David Talbott: Symbols of an Alien Sky

    1:08:29

    In this special broadcast, we bring you an interview with The Thunderbolts Project's very own David Talbott, originally recorded for Red Ice Radio. Henrik Palmgren of Red Ice is one of the podcast world's most talented interviewers, and he and David cover a broad range of relevant topics in this conversation. This is a great discussion for anyone new to The Thunderbolts Project, and sharing this episode is the perfect way for our veterans to introduce their friends to the Electric Universe.
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    #010 David Talbott: Greatest Mars Mysteries Part 2, The Martian Atmosphere

    15:28

    David Talbott returns to continue his explanation of the strange happenings surrounding our Mars Opportunity rover, and why the official explanation of the forces cleaning the rover are impossible due to the nature of Mars' atmosphere.
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    #009 David Talbott: Greatest Mars Mysteries Part 1, Mysterious Rover Cleanings

    15:15

    David Talbott, founding member of The Thunderbolts Project, comes on the show to give some perspective on one of the many mysterious things that have we've been observing during our missions to Mars. Our rovers have far exceeded what NASA ever imagined they could do, and David explains why the electrical properties of Mars can easily explain a phenomena that has left the scientific establishment scratching its head for several years now.
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    #008 Wal Thornhill: Voyager 1 Confirms Electric Heliosphere

    16:28

    Thunderbolts Project founder Wal Thornhill joins us again to explain the observations of the Voyager 1 spacecraft, which confirm the predictions of his plasma model by demonstrating the electric properties of our sun's heliosphere.
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    #007 Stephen J. Crothers: Black Holes, General Relativity, and Newtonian Gravity

    51:25

    Mathematician Stephen J. Crothers gives an in-depth, yet accessible explanation for why black holes are simply impossible.
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    #006 Wal Thornhill: 49 CETI and "Comet Collisions"

    18:25

    Physicist Wal Thornhill, founding member of The Thunderbolts Project, drops in to explain some seemingly inexplicable observations of the star 49 CETI. The star is estimated by conventional astronophysicists to be about 40 billion years old, yet it displays the properties of a much younger star, and has left most of the scientific establishment puzzled. Fortunately, the electric model expects stars like 49 CETI and Wal has no trouble explaining what we're seeing out there in terms that the science layperson will easily understand.
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    #005 Stephen Smith: Reflections on the Electric Universe

    42:34

    Longtime member of The Thunderbolts Project and Managing Editor of the Thunderbolts Picture of the Day comes on the show to discuss his experience with the Electric Universe and recent observations to support the group's theory that the standard gravity-driven view of the cosmos has already been proven obsolete.

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