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A star that wanders too close to the supermassive black hole in the center of its galaxy will be torn apart by the black hole's gravity in a violent cataclysm called a tidal disruption event (TDE), producing a bright flare ...Spanish astronomer Salvador Barquin has detected a new binary star system in the Draco constellation.This year our Electric Universe conference is to be held in the UK!

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When thinking about Earth-like exoplanet discoveries, the Kepler space telescope immediately comes to mind.

Yet, it is not only Kepler, but also ground-based information from the HARPS-N spectrograph, that allowed the ETAEARTH ...

When we are with a certain person, our connection becames almost like an independent entity with its own traits.

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Hosted by The Theosophical Society (Pasadena) Australasian Section, and held in the Theosophical Society (Pasadena) Library Centre, 664 Glenhuntly Road, South Caulfield, Melbourne, their first meeting of the year is to feature a presentation…

Here at we now have our own The ELECTRIC UNIVERSE® on You Tube!First up is Rupert Sheldrake on The ELECTRIC UNIVERSE®.This is about a fifteen minute segment of a much longer video presentation titled “Breaking Scientific Taboos”.ASTRO SA (Alternative Science and Technology Research Organisation of South Australia) are hosting a two day information-packed event featuring Wal Thornhill, in Adelaide. One of the conference highlights this year was the attendance of and presentation by Michael Shermer, Founding Publisher of Sceptic magazine and writer for Scientific American.It starts on Friday October 14th from pm with an introductory session titled “Why Do… The headlines shriek, “Gravitational waves have been discovered; Einstein proved right again after 100 years.” From an ELECTRIC UNIVERSE® perspective the irony is quite telling, since it shows the Einstein bandwagon careening off into a black hole of its own creation. Michael presented on the topic of ‘Pseudoscience’ and was a panelist in one of the Q&A sessions.Using a pioneering method, researchers from the Astronomy and Astrophysics Group of the UPC and the Canary Islands Institute of Astrophysics (IAC) have found a neutron star of about 2.3 solar masses—one of the most massive ...