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Stars in an Electric Universe

Wallace Thornhill, a leader of the Thunderbolts movement, presents the evidence for electric stars in an “electric universe,” in opposition to the standard theory of how stars are formed and operate. The electric star theory has been advanced by the work of Thornhill, and theorizes that stars are not driven by internal fusion, but by interstellar, galactic electrical currents, which fuel the activity of the stars. Though certainly a radical idea, Thornhill presents a number of fundamental properties of solar and stellar activity which are very difficult (if even possible) to explain from the standard fusion theory, but which are, he says, easily explained by the electric model.

This presentation was filmed at a July, 2011 conference held by the Natural Philosophy Alliance.

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