In the wake of recent discoveries, a new way of seeing the physical universe is emerging. The new vantage point emphasizes the role of electricity in space and shows the negligible contribution of gravity in cosmic events. Images returned by high-powered telescopes and recent space probes have challenged astronomers long-standing assumptions about galaxies and their constituent stars, about the evolution of our solar system, and about the nature and history of Earth. The new discoveries also suggest that our early ancestors may have witnessed awe inspiring electrical events in the heavens—the source of myths and symbols around the world. - Prepare to rip up your science books.
So, with the dark matter, what they discovered was that, you know, galaxies rotate, and you know, bright on their mathematics and their computer programming, said, “Oh dear, it’s moving the same speed on the outside as it is on the inside, right? That shouldn’t be happening. It should be accelerating… and it should be blowing off, you know?
So, they decided, Well, there’s not enough gravity here… there’s not enough matter in the galaxies to hold it in… Ah! There must be hidden dark matter. We can’t see it, we can’t measure it, but it must be there because this gravitational effect is happening, so we know there must be invisible dark particles that we can’t touch or measure. We know their there because that makes up the mass balance.
Well, in the electric universe we say, Once you’ve factored in the electric force that’s the real force holding galaxies together and driving them, it’s not gravity. Gravity is an irrelevance, it’s tiny in comparison. Once you factor in this ten to the power of 38 - which is quite a strong force, you don’t need Dark Matter. You can explain it perfectly.
1965 Scientist claims the moon is plasma
In 1965 this scientist tried to turn conventional science on its head.
Among R Foster’s theories was that the moon was in fact made of plasma, not rock, and that landing on it would not be possible.
Mr Foster claimed that once his ‘profound and decisive’ investigations were proven, a complete re-investigation of the laws of nature would be necessary.
This is the uncut version of the interview posted on 28 March 2019.
The ABC has been unable to confirm Mr Foster’s identity beyond the entry in the production notebook from 1965: “People – Int Tasmanian Professor (FOSTER)”.
We have also been unable to find any documentation of his work.
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“They had no electricity or running water, and almost no money, but the family ingeniously made things work with what was available”, the nephew continued, “Troy had expressed that, “He always felt blessed that he and his family had enough, and didn’t freeze or starve to death - like some folks did;” and that “he never felt deprived, because everyone around ‘em scarcely survived.”
In the 1800s, the railroads faced a problem -- farm labor shortages along their newly expanded westward lines threatened profitability. Not surprisingly, in 1853, they jumped at the chance to support a New York City minister's idea--an early version of foster care that would find homes for the city's orphans on farms in the Midwest. Until the program ended in 1929, more than a quarter of a million abandoned, homeless, and orphaned children were taken from the streets, tenements, and orphanages of New York City and sent to uncertain futures with strangers.
In this segment from the West by Orphan Train documentary, Orphan Train rider Stanley Cornell recounts the story of he and his brother’s experiences living in an orphanage and their eventual trip on an Orphan Train in the early 1900s. After being placed in six different homes, they were placed with a family in Texas who raised them.
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