year, human beings around the world commemorated the 50th
anniversary of one of the most iconic images in our
history - the first footsteps on the moon.
2019, astounding technological leaps propel space
exploration, making possible unprecedented feats such as
landing a probe on a comet.
However, the real test of scientific progress is whether
discovery informs and advances science toward a truer
understanding of nature.
Moreover, the test of any
scientific theory’s credibility is its predictive
'success vs. failure.'
In this episode, we compare the predictive record of the
'Electric Universe theory of comets and asteroids vs.
that of mainstream astronomy.'
think this comparison should serve as a compelling
invitation to institutionalized science to finally begin
seriously exploring EU (Electric Universe) theory.
In 2001, Wal Thornhill offered his first public
predictions for NASA's 2005
Deep Impact mission to
Comet Tempel One.
the article published on October 18, 2001: