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Electric Discharge - Not an Impact Caused Formation Of Upheaval Dome, Canyonlands National Park

  • Published on Nov 26, 2021
  • Written by Robert Hawthorne Jr., Undergraduate
    School of Science, Mathematics, and Engineering, Salt Lake Community College Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
    Narrated by Electric Universe Eyes with permission from Robert Hawthorne Jr.
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Comments • 24

  • Electric Universe Eyes
    Electric Universe Eyes  6 months ago +8

    Source Paper - www.iiisci.org/journal/PDV/sci/pdfs/ZA014LF20.pdf

  • Death Valley Dazed
    Death Valley Dazed 6 months ago +4

    Keep spreading the good work of the electric universe. Among the others cited and thanked in this paper was Gareth Samuel of See The Pattern of RU-clip which adds even more credibility to this paper. Thanks for your clear and steady narration making learning a smooth experience.

  • Al B
    Al B 6 months ago +5

    I often spend minutes, even hours in Google Earth examining Utah's astounding geography and geology, all the National Parks and National Monuments are almost certainly electrically generated landscapes... zooming out, there are lichtenburg figures seen everywhere, and zooming in reveals the most astounding features which don't even have names to describe them, but there is seemingly an infinite variety of incredible features which just don't seem at all possible by simple water erosion... as you mentioned, Michael Steinbacher was the one who opened my eyes to this subject, may God bless his soul up in the Kingdom of Heaven, we still think of you all the time good sir!! Thanks for yet another wonderful video speculating upon "electric geology", we are carrying on the work Michael began at least a decade ago all by himself... thanks to all who are progressing this new field of study despite the ignorance of mainstream academia. I wish Robert Hawthorne all the best in converting closed-minded academics to this new paradigm. Keep the faith and keep pluggin'!!

  • Bonnie Nandino
    Bonnie Nandino 6 months ago +4

    Very understandable information. Well done. Thanks for sharing.

  • Freeman Vashier
    Freeman Vashier 6 months ago +4

    from that location it's more likely to be an L shell discharge than interplanetary.

    • Robert Hawthorne
      Robert Hawthorne 6 months ago +3

      The induction effect from the interplanetary or twin comet moment was the trigger. Could have easily come from L shell but did not look into that. Was more focused on discerning between impact and EDM.

  • Goodbye Blue Sky
    Goodbye Blue Sky 6 months ago +4

  • JosephD.
    JosephD. 6 months ago +2

    You can clearly see the shock diamond shapes in the crater

  • Ken McClellan
    Ken McClellan 5 months ago +1

    Two big flare/electrical events were expected 28 Feb to 1 Mar 2022 and again around 30 Apr 2022 by the ancients.

  • charlie silverman
    charlie silverman 6 months ago +4

    Missed you, great info.

  • Goodbye Blue Sky
    Goodbye Blue Sky 6 months ago +5

    nice paper!

    BAS SMIT 5 months ago +2

    Great channel.

  • Ben Winter
    Ben Winter 6 months ago +3

    The great unknown Birkeland current knows all & is across all time as in view across time . . does the great unknown exist in the empty spaces between filaments . . what is above field ?

  • Robert Hawthorne
    Robert Hawthorne 6 months ago +7

    Thanks bro. Makes me sound better.

  • Ben Winter
    Ben Winter 6 months ago +2

    What plans does the EU have for us in it's plans for a higher fractal order self

  • DrWakeWalker
    DrWakeWalker 6 months ago +3

    maybe one got to look at the bigger picture. zoom out. everything is connected. all those vain looking patterns are biological.

    • DrWakeWalker
      DrWakeWalker 6 months ago +2

      @Al B Velikovsky called it "collective amnesia. i find fractal patterns in mountains. i have documented some of my most important findings and observation in my latest post. patterns in rocks are an interesting phenomena.

    • Al B
      Al B 6 months ago +4

      when i zoom WAY out in Google Earth, I see what appears to be exactly similar to the sand under the water at the seashore, specifically all of Nevada and the western half of Utah shows the same "fractal" pattern... from the experiments of others such as Billy Yelverton (Mr2Tuff2) and ElectroTerraVision, I realize these formations can not only be caused by water action, but also by electrical action on the landscape. It is fascinating, the entire western US is electrically formed, and by extension I conclude that ALL geologic forms are electrically generated - to me, there is NO plate tectonics but rather, mountain ranges are also the result of electrical action, the compression of the material under electric current flow is what thrusts up the sharp peaks. This is cutting edge stuff, but it SHOULD be obvious to intelligent minds... the fact that mainstream academics refuse to consider this possibility shows how closed-minded they actually are, they are dead-set in their paradigm and it is damn frustrating that they won't awaken out of their slumber. It is up to the next generation to shake them awake forcefully, and I wish those who see it, such as Robert Hawthorne, the best of luck in doing so. Eventually, they MUST come around and admit they've been wrong for their entire careers... and therein lies our biggest problem in our human world, egos. :-) And so it goes...

  • 0U8123MTA3
    0U8123MTA3 5 months ago

    Only short comments are allowed here? Not sure why my other comment disappeared twice.