Kongpop U-Yen: Solar system formation, quantum vibration and natural disasters

Kongpop U-Yen: Solar system formation, quantum vibration and natural disasters

A theory of solar system formation based on quantum vibration will be presented. Through quantum vibration, the compression and expansion of plasma in space is used to explain solar system formation and solar activity cycles. This theory also helps explain how plasma density in space is the key indicator that links to various types of natural disasters. Laboratory experiments and case studies based on satellite data will be presented to confirm the theory.

Dr. Kongpop U-yen obtained his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. As an electric universe enthusiast, he has conducted an independent research on topics related to space weather and solar activities predictions.

Video courtesy The Thunderbolts Project

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Kongpop U-yen: Evidence of space weather induced natural disasters

Strong solar activities have long been known to cause damages to electrical grids and global communication systems. However, there exist evidence that solar activities have strong correlation with abrupt weather conditions and tectonic activities, including storm formations, flash floods, volcanic activities and earthquakes. In this presentation, case studies of such connections are examined and discussed that are linked to electrical properties of the Earth. Simple electrical theories based on laboratory experiments are presented to explain such phenomena.

Video courtesy Kongpop U-yen

Featured image credit: The Thunderbolts Project

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