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The Electric Universe: Comets & Planets

Date: 11-26-07
Host: George Noory
Guests: Wallace Thornhill, David Talbott, Dave vonKleist

Comparative mythologist Dave Talbott (thunderbolts.info) & physicist specializing in plasma and electricity in space, Wallace Thornhill discussed the nature of the electric universe and its effect on comets and planets. The recent discharging of Comet Holmes, in which it became one million times brighter, is evidence of electric phenomena— the theory of an icy comet evaporating in the sun's path doesn't fit this model, said Thornhill.

The ancients bore witness to dramatic events in the sky, stated Talbott-- the sphere of Venus radiated with plasma discharge filaments that engaged with Mars in various ways. During this period, Mars was closer to Earth and took up a 20 degree arc in the sky, such that the balance of night and daytime was altered, he said, adding that ancients such as the Egyptians depicted this event with imagery like the cosmic serpent.

Thornhill suggested that the planet Saturn was actually a captured brown dwarf star and that at one time Earth was in its cometary sheath. He's also been able to make correct predictions based on the electrical model, including identifying Titan's atmosphere and noting there would be a flash before the main flash in Deep Impact's interaction with comet Tempel 1.

Brown Case Update

Appearing during the first half-hour, Dave vonKleist updated the Ed & Elaine Brown case. The two tax protestors are now imprisoned in separate facilities and want to put together an appeal, he said.

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