Musk explains how to make humans a multiplanetary species

In a talk at the 67th International Astronautical Congress held this week in Mexico, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk finally unveiled technical details of the space mission architecture that would allow humans to build a permanent, self-sustaining colony of 1 million people on...

September 29, 2016

Michael Armstrong: The ‘culture shock’ of planetary catastrophe

In this presentation, Michael Armstrong will review the broad spectrum of human and cultural effects that followed from solar system instability and episodic catastrophe. These effects include earth’s environment and ecology, physical changes in human biology,...

May 15, 2016

Andreas Otte: Plasma catastrophist geology

Due to Illness, the late Michael Steinbacher could not present at the EU2015 conference. Andreas Otte gave the presentation Michael had intended to give. For several years, Michael Steinbacher has studied the geological formations of the American Southwest in the...

March 06, 2016

Ev Cochrane: Planetary catastrophe, ancient myths & modern science

The preponderance of evidence from the earliest written texts testifies to a radically different solar system in relatively recent times. In fact, it is possible to document that globally attested traditions of previous World Ages, lost “suns,” and...

February 16, 2016

Yes, humans really are causing earthquakes

The central United States is experiencing an unprecedented surge in earthquakes that began in 2009, rising from an average of 21 magnitude 3 and larger quakes to over 650 in 2014 alone. This increased earthquake activity is found in just a few concentrated regions...

February 07, 2016

Ben Davidson: Does the Sun trigger large earthquakes?

Using more than 35 years of data from the Wilcox Solar Observatory at Stanford University and from the United States Geological Survey, a model was constructed using patterns discerned in the polar magnetic fields of the sun. These patterns in solar magnetism were...

January 16, 2016

Piers Corbyn: Electrical weather

Among the top space news stories of 2015, we have seen dramatic affirmations of the electromagnetic connection between the Earth and the Sun. With each new discovery, the Sun’s profound influence on Earth’s climate and weather becomes more self-evident....

January 13, 2016

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...

January 10, 2016

Our violent universe

Our universe is more than a serene landscape of stars - it is teeming with activity from some extremely violent events. In a presentation at the IMAX theatre at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. on September 30, scientists take us...

December 31, 2015

Dr. Pierre-Marie Robitaille - Kirchhoff’s Claims

Over the past 15 years, Dr. Pierre-Marie Robitaille has raised considerable doubt relative to Kirchhoff’s formulation of his Law of Thermal Emission. In this regard, the equivalence between emitted and absorbed radiation under conditions of thermal...

December 07, 2015

Video animation showing 2007 - 2015 rainfall triggered landslides

Landslides present one of the most dangerous environmental hazards on the globe. To illustrate this it is sufficient to say that over 25 000 deaths have resulted from landslides triggered by torrential rainfalls around the planet, in the period between 2007 and...

October 17, 2015

Stephen Crothers: General Relativity - A case study in numerology

For many people, Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity lies hidden behind an impenetrable wall of complicated mathematics, superposed upon the widespread misconception that only those smarter than the average bear, with a penchant for doing long sums, can...

October 11, 2015

Michael Steinbacher's EU2015 presentation, introduction and overview

A growing community of scientists and independent investigators are exploring the effects of electrical discharges on planetary surfaces. A key figure in this blossoming field is Michael Steinbacher, a professional photographer who has studied the geological formations

April 19, 2015

The top 6 climate change problems

In this video presentation, Ben Davidson of the SuspiciousObservers presents and explains 6 climate change problems.From (un)expected climate change and the difficulty to trust in what we hear to the shifting of the entire Solar System and more. Citations for this video

March 12, 2015

Wal Thornhill: An electric cosmology for the 21st century

This talk by Wal Thornhill at the EU Workshop November 14-16, 2014 offers a compendium of the things that scientifically curious people need to know in order to see the electric force in its dynamic role from microcosm to macrocosm.See Wal’s first workshop present

February 03, 2015

Michael Steinbacher: Catastrophist geology

The modern awareness that plasma composes most of the universe requires a reevaluation of theories dating from earlier times. Plasma is electrically active and employs forces that can be many times stronger than those of mechanical erosion and tectonics. One possible mo

September 07, 2014

Kongpop U-yen, PhD: Evidence of space weather induced natural disasters - EU2014

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...

August 31, 2014