New To The Electric Universe

A book for independent thinkers

I was so impressed by what I found described as the Electric Universe Model when I first came across it, that I was swiftly driven to write a book about it. My activities thereafter were not for personal gain, but instead, so that others like me could have the chance to understand the important theories at the root of that model, and the far-reaching implications to which they point. In short, the theories that underpin the electric model are far more plausible and easier to understand than the theories of today’s Newtonian mechanical, mathematical, gravity and relativity driven model, which is referred to these days as the Standard Model of the Universe. I came across the electric model in early 2010, when as a layman having previously studied deeply the standard model’s "pop-science of the universe", I immediately wondered why I had never before seen or heard anything about this alternative electric theory. As I delved further into the electric model’s historical background and current status, I also discovered a tremendous amount of "other information about science" - information that indicated all is not well in the world of theoretical astro- science research, and that things have not been healthy in that discipline, and in other as well, for a very long time. Being the seeker of truth and fairness that I try to be, and, based on my experience, education and natural areas of interest, what emerged was a picture which I initially found highly challenging to even contemplate. What it suggested was that flawed and discredited theories around gravity and relativity are currently at the very heart of research into astronomy and the physics of our universe, and that the so-called "pillars of scientific truth" constructed from these theories have been responsible for misguiding a great deal of stupendously expensive research over a substantial amount of time; research which remains to this day funded from the public purse. Further to this, over the same period of time and in parallel with it, pre-existing, alternative and highly plausible electrical and plasma theories have been developed that are far more likely to be correct. We can say this with confidence because these theories are based on already proven, repeatable scientific experimentation and supporting data from observation, and also simple common sense and logic. To summarise what this comes down to: our universe seems not to work on the force of gravity, as we have been led to believe, but instead, the dominant force throughout our universe is electric, or more precisely, the electromagnetic force, aka electromagnetism (EM), where the interactions of that force with space-based plasma in all of its forms, which means practically everything out there, provides the foundation for what the electric model is all about. The ramifications here are very wide, deep, and extremely important. My book is not aimed willy-nilly at the public in general, for not everyone will see this subject as relevant to their lives. It is aimed instead at open-minded people who are interested in science, but perhaps with a focus on astro-science; those who might identify with one of these areas ... The naturally curious; people who know very little about the workings of space, but who are interested to learn. Those who know something about space and are suspicious of information that comes to them from mainstream sources and through all forms of media about how our universe works. Those who for their own reasons are actively searching for a better model because they are already aware that the gravity-based standard model cannot work. No matter how you found your way to this website; what is important is what you do next. I therefore take great delight in welcoming you and inviting you at no cost to download my book, read it, and think for yourself about what it offers. Tom Findlay

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Wallace Thornhill Lead author and science researcher of The Electric Universe -- "Tom Findlay's book is a remarkable contribution ..." [read more] Meldon Acheson long time Electric Universe researcher -- “The book will ease the surprise and enable the reader to better understand …” [read more] Dr Donald E Scott Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ret) at University of Massachusetts/ Amherst and author of The Electric Sky -- "In general I feel strongly that this book will serve nicely ..." [read more] Dr William A. Gardner Professor Emeritus, University of California, Davis -- "Tom Findlay’s book is a first-class contribution to humanity ..." [read more] Dr Jeremy Dunning-Davies (ret) - Hull University Physics Department and author of Exploding a Myth -- "One of the biggest challenges facing modern science ..." [read more] Dr Michael Clarage Lead Scientist, SAFIRE project -- "Making a "Beginner's Guide" to Electric Universe ideas is very difficult. Tom pulls it off with just the right balance …" [read more]
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A book for independent thinkers

I was so impressed by what I found described as the Electric Universe Model when I first came across it, that I was swiftly driven to write a book about it. My activities thereafter were not for personal gain, but instead, so that others like me could have the chance to understand the important theories at the root of that model, and the far-reaching implications to which they point. In short, the theories that underpin the electric model are far more plausible and easier to understand than the theories of today’s Newtonian mechanical, mathematical, gravity and relativity driven model, which is referred to these days as the Standard Model of the Universe. I came across the electric model in early 2010, when as a layman having previously studied deeply the standard model’s "pop-science of the universe", I immediately wondered why I had never before seen or heard anything about this alternative electric theory. As I delved further into the electric model’s historical background and current status, I also discovered a tremendous amount of "other information about science" - information that indicated all is not well in the world of theoretical astro-science research, and that things have not been healthy in that discipline, and in other as well, for a very long time. Being the seeker of truth and fairness that I try to be, and, based on my experience, education and natural areas of interest, what emerged was a picture which I initially found highly challenging to even contemplate. What it suggested was that flawed and discredited theories around gravity and relativity are currently at the very heart of research into astronomy and the physics of our universe, and that the so-called "pillars of scientific truth" constructed from these theories have been responsible for misguiding a great deal of stupendously expensive research over a substantial amount of time; research which remains to this day funded from the public purse. Further to this, over the same period of time and in parallel with it, pre-existing, alternative and highly plausible electrical and plasma theories have been developed that are far more likely to be correct. We can say this with confidence because these theories are based on already proven, repeatable scientific experimentation and supporting data from observation, and also simple common sense and logic. To summarise what this comes down to: our universe seems not to work on the force of gravity, as we have been led to believe, but instead, the dominant force throughout our universe is electric, or more precisely, the electromagnetic force, aka electromagnetism (EM), where the interactions of that force with space-based plasma in all of its forms, which means practically everything out there, provides the foundation for what the electric model is all about. The ramifications here are very wide, deep, and extremely important. My book is not aimed willy-nilly at the public in general, for not everyone will see this subject as relevant to their lives. It is aimed instead at open- minded people who are interested in science, but perhaps with a focus on astro-science; those who might identify with one of these areas ... The naturally curious; people who know very little about the workings of space, but who are interested to learn. Those who know something about space and are suspicious of information that comes to them from mainstream sources and through all forms of media about how our universe works. Those who for their own reasons are actively searching for a better model because they are already aware that the gravity-based standard model cannot work. No matter how you found your way to this website; what is important is what you do next. I therefore take great delight in welcoming you and inviting you at no cost to download my book, read it, and think for yourself about what it offers. Tom Findlay

Reviewer Feedback

Wallace Thornhill Lead author and science researcher of The Electric Universe -- "Tom Findlay's book is a remarkable contribution ..." [read more] Meldon Acheson long time Electric Universe researcher -- The book will ease the surprise and enable the reader to better understand …” [read more] Dr Donald E Scott Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ret) at University of Massachusetts/ Amherst and author of The Electric Sky -- "In general I feel strongly that this book will serve nicely ..." [read more] Dr William A. Gardner Professor Emeritus, University of California, Davis -- "Tom Findlay’s book is a first-class contribution to humanity ..." [read more] Dr Jeremy Dunning-Davies (ret) - Hull University Physics Department and author of Exploding a Myth -- "One of the biggest challenges facing modern science ..." [read more] Dr Michael Clarage Lead Scientist, SAFIRE project -- "Making a "Beginner's Guide" to Electric Universe ideas is very difficult. Tom pulls it off with just the right balance …" [read more]
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