The Electrostatic Dipole Nature of Gravity

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Main stream science is up against the wall these days. Their claim to have discovered a ‘Sacred Cow’; gravity, has been fraught with debate. Over 100 years after first predicted, the detection of gravity waves remains controversial. Perhaps the search for gravity is flawed at its core, if it proves to be an Electric Universe. Physicist Wallace Thornhill, offers a …

Ancient Artificial Stone Technology Revealed

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The secrets of ancient stone monolithic construction may be more simple than authorities would like us to believe. Modern geopolymer research has revealed these building techniques. The conventional thought is that these monstrous stones were chiseled from solid rock and moved vast distances to be perched high upon a towering monolith. This simply defies logic. And now we know it …

Electric Fertilizer: The Effects of Electricity on Soil Properties and Plant Production

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 Electricity is essential to plant growth and disease resistance. Through the use of electrical currents at specific pulse rates, chemical fertilizers may be fast becoming a thing of the past. “Apparently the first man to explore the potential was one Dr Maimbray (or Mainbray or Von Maimbray — sources differ) of Edinburgh who in 1746 undertook to electrify two myrtle bushes. …

Earth’s Global Atmospheric Electric Grid Circuit

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The Earth is swimming in electricity. The Ionosphere has an electrical voltage potential of ~ 250,000 v/km. The key to tapping into that voltage potential is understanding how it works. More importantly, the key to controlling the GAEC  is understanding its dynamics. “It’s difficult to comprehend the world before electricity was put to use to power our homes, streets, and …

The Destruction of our Forest through Geo-Engineering

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Our environment is awash in Electromagnetic pollution. Trees are particularly susceptible to devastation caused by this man-made electromagnetic radiation because of they serve as an electrical interface between Earth and atmospheric currents. The future of trees grows dim as technology advances to exploit fully, the EM spectrum. “Transient electric potential variations have been observed in a standing poplar tree equipped …