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THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE PARADIGM
by Rev Nicholas JG Sykes
(The articles may have been adjusted since original publication following feedback.)
Article 1 - Introductory
Article 2 - Questioning the Recent Course taken by Physics
Article 3 - Restoring the Experimental Basis
Article 4 - "No" to Magnetic Reconnection and "Yes" to Electrified Plasma
Article 5 - Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star; How I Wonder What You Are.
Article 6 - The Workings of the Sun
Article 7 - Are the Dominoes Falling?
Article 8 - Anomalous Features of the Sun
Article 9 - Gravity or Electricity - Which One Rules the Universe?
Article 10 - Are some ideas in today’s science ready for retirement? – Part 1
Article 11 - Are some ideas in today’s science ready for retirement? – Part 2
|Article 12 - Are some ideas in today's science ready for retirement? - Part 3
Article 13 - Black Holes and the Oort Cloud
Article 14 - Solving the Mystery of Mass
Article 15 - Pointers Towards Explaining Mass and Gravity Electrically
Article 16 - Implications of the Electrical Explanation of Mass and Gravity - Part 1
Article 17 - Implications of the Electrical Explanation of Mass and Gravity - Part 2
Article 18 - Implications of the Electrical Explanation of Mass and Gravity - Part 3
Article 19 - Implications of the Electrical Explanation of Mass and Gravity - Part 4
Article 20 - Taking the Measure of a Massive Rethink
Video: 1- Theoretical Alternatives in an ElectricUniverse ("Black Holes" and the "Oort Cloud")
Video: 2- Historical Foundations for an Electric Universe (Newton, Faraday, John Herschel, Birkeland)
Video: 3- The Great Experimentalists (and a critique of Einstein's Relativity)
Video: 4- Magnetic Reconnection-No; Electrified Plasma-Yes
Video: 5- Electric Stars, Electric Universe
Video: 6- The Workings of the Sun
Video: 7- Are the Dominoes Falling?
Video: 8- What is the Speed of Gravity?
Video: 9- Gravity in the Electric Universe (Explanations and Non-Explanations)
Video: 10- Is Today's Science Right About History?
An experiment in the 1970s on Radioactive Decay