Electric Sun/Earth connection confirmed (again)

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In the previous Space News, physicist Wal Thornhill discussed the recent report that giant filamentary networks pervade the Milky Way galaxy, and these filaments are “closely linked to the formation of stars.”

We now turn our attention to our own celestial neighborhood, and the electrical connection between the Earth and the Sun. An Australian undergraduate student is now being credited with having proven the existence of so-called plasma ducts, or oddly shaped, tubular plasma structures, above the Earth. Wal Thornhill discusses the significance of this discovery for the Electric Universe theory.

Source story: http://www.news.com.au/technology/sci…

Video courtesy of The Thunderbolts Project

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