Stuart Talbott: Stars Are Born In Z-pinch | Thunderbolts

Independent researcher, Stuart Talbott, deconstructs the standard model of gravitational collapse and mass accretion to create stars over eons of time—versus—the EU model of the electromagnetic phenomenon called the Z-pinch, also known as the Bennett pinch, as the force governing the rapid formation of stars. Hannes Alfvén, who predicted stars form by Z-pinches along vast…


Wal Thornhill: Webb Space Telescope & Stellar Discovery | Thunderbolts

In his previous episode, Wal Thornhill, Thunderbolts Chief Science Advisor, predicted JWST discoveries that will fundamentally change the view of the big bang creation myth and the failed gravitational model of galaxies. For this second episode on the JWST, Wal describes the wide gulf between thermonuclear and electric star models and expected stellar discoveries. With…


Wal Thornhill: Webb Space Telescope & Fundamental Change | Thunderbolts

There has been no substantial change in our understanding of the universe since the middle of the 20th century. The narrative has become complicated as barnacles of ad hoc theory are encrusted in a Titanic of institutionalised science. Fundamental changes will eventually sink the standard model. Thunderbolts Chief Science Advisor, Wal Thornhill, predicts the James…


Wal Thornhill: Understanding Human Nature | Thunderbolts

Fear and division are being whipped up globally through a compliant media and the internet as if it were wartime. The difference now is that the war is against Nature on two fronts—a pandemic and a human-triggered planetary heat death. And as usual in wartime, truth is the first casualty. Physicist Wal Thornhill, Chief Science…


Wal Thornhill: Proto-Saturn & Comet Venus | Space News

In Part One of this presentation, physicist Wal Thornhill, Chief Science Advisor, The Thunderbolts Project, introduced evidence for the extraordinary, recent origins of our planetary neighbor Venus. In myth and folklore around the entire globe, Venus was remembered as the great comet, as a dragon-like serpent breathing fire about the heavens, and as a goddess…


Wal Thornhill: Venus and Forgotten History | Space News

Since the dawn of the Space Age, perhaps no celestial body in the solar system has proved more surprising to astronomers than the planet Venus. Before the arrival of the earliest space probes, some noted scientists believed that Venus would be earthlike, with water clouds, oceans and abundant vegetation. However, well known to those who…


Wal Thornhill: Supernovas, Neutron Stars and Black Holes “Break the Rules” | Space News

In Part Two of our interview with Wal Thornhill, Chief Science Advisor of The Thunderbolts Project, we explore a number of intriguing space science discoveries, including supernovae, “neutron stars,” “black holes” and “white dwarf” stars which appear to break the expected rules of standard cosmology. Are these “weird” objects really rule breakers, or can we…


Wal Thornhill: “Impossible” Stars or Electric Stars? | Space News

Physicist Wal Thornhill, Chief Science Advisor of The Thunderbolts Project, joins us to discuss a number of recent scientific discoveries relating to the nature of stars. These discoveries confound or are irreconcilable with standard ideas about how stars form, where their energy comes from and why they go supernova. In part one of our conversation,…


Wal Thornhill: No Islands in Our Electric Universe | Space News

In part two of our discussion with physicist Wal Thornhill, we continue to explore the ongoing “crisis in cosmology.” We ask Wal for his thoughts on a number of recent discoveries which stunningly affirm a core tenet of the electric cosmology – no “islands” exist in a Universe where the predominant organizational force is electromagnetism.…


Wal Thornhill: Big Bang – Time to Wipe the Chalkboard Clean | Space News

Scientists generally use the term “crisis in cosmology” to describe the numerous and growing evidences that contradict or undermine the Big Bang theory. For decades, numerous scientific papers have been published on the discordancy between the so-called expansion rate in the “early universe,” and the expansion rate in the “later Universe.” In fact, recently the…