In an 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 find better explanations from plasma cosmology and the Electric Universe?
Video courtesy The Thunderbolts Project
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