Not Taking Sides

Consensus is a political concept, not a scientific one, concerning the belief systems of the participants.

Movie: “Thunderbolts Of The Gods”

Posted by nottakingsides on March 14, 2007

Einstein was wrong? He just left something out..


“From the smallest particle to the largest galactic formations, a web of circuitry connects and unifies all of nature, organizing galaxies, energizing stars, giving birth to planets and, on our own world, controlling weather and animating biological organisms. There are no isolated islands in space.”

The new movie “Thunderbolts Of The Gods” will blow your mind, if you are into this kind of thing. If you watch it, you’ll lose an hour of your life, but you can really impress your geeky friends later, and it will stretch your brain a little more than “Deal or No Deal” and the like. Plus it is so much fun to see one science attempt to debunk another science, which in turn leads to much voyeuristic fun of watching more debates (arguments) in this arena.

I’m sure the New Age crowd will jump on this like white-on-rice as soon as they get wind of it. I can almost see a new book now by one of the meta-physical-self-help-gurus……..”The Electric Self: A Oneness With All Matter”, and other such connections.

“The most merciful thing in the world … is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents… The sciences, each straining in its own direction, have hitherto harmed us little; but someday the piecing together of dissociated knowledge will open up such terrifying vistas of reality… That we shall either go mad from the revelation or flee from the deadly light into the peace and safety of a new dark age.” – H. P. Lovecraft

I won’t pretend to understand much or any of this, but this is the gist of it from someone who isn’t a scientist, not using a spell-checker/google and is less than a layman on the topic:

1. A lot of the things you have heard about such as black holes, the expanding universe, dark matter/energy, and even the Big Bang Theory, may not even exist and all are based on gravitational models (Einstein, etc..)

2. Mythology, ancient drawing, and such can be connected and are being used in this movie (and for current electro-astrophysics research) as snapshots of various electrical formations at that time. There is much more about ancient drawings and such, that I really didn’t get this time around, maybe on another viewing?

3. Plasma is a conduit for electricity universe and makes up 90-something percent of the universe. Therefore, gravity is not holding together the universe as many fields of science believe. I’ve been saying this for years! Why didn’t anyone listen? (just kidding..)

4. Stars are basically balls of electricity, which would account for all of the unexplained phenomena that mainstream “university” science typically dismisses as something that will be figured out later or currently has only theories to explain. For me personally, this part seemed to explain the Electric Universe premise most clearly in how it unifies/explains/debunks a lot of the current science.

5. Comets are primarily electrical and when the one discussed in the movie hit a planet, it sent so much energy/electricity that it knocked out the satellites ability to record the event. Massive amounts of light and energy exploded everywhere.

6. This Electric Universe stuff pretty much unifies and explains most things thus far unexplained?  I guess so, or at least that is what I think they are saying.

For an intelligent explanation, go here: The Electric Universe. To start, click “synopsis” and then “Electric Universe” to get a good overview. Then you will be on your way as you click through the other ones and realize you’ve wasted another hour of your life.

I assume “Thunderbolts” is the primary movie and TOTG is the shorter version? Here is what they say: “THUNDERBOLTS is designed to prepare the viewer for the work of David Talbott and Wallace Thornhill, now being presented in the monograph series THUNDERBOLTS OF THE GODS.” It seems that we movie clips at the website won’t work on my media player, but I assume they will reveal more of the full movie?



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