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Cracks in Theory by Andrew Hall

  • Published on Aug 31, 2021
  • Written by Andrew Hall
    Narrated by Electric Universe Eyes
    Source: thedailyplasma.blog
    Fair use. For Educational Purposes.
  • Science & TechnologyScience & Technology

Comments • 24

  • Ko
    Ko 8 months ago +2

    I will re-watch this ! I didn't grasp every things, but this stuff is amazing ! This is all new concepts to me.

  • Jesse Kozlowski
    Jesse Kozlowski 8 months ago +2

    Andrew would approve of your narration. I love his work. Yours too. Thank you !

  • Death Valley Dazed
    Death Valley Dazed 8 months ago +3

    Thanks for another great narration!

  • Addy Nuff
    Addy Nuff 8 months ago +1

    Very interesting...thank you!

  • Janice Phillips
    Janice Phillips 8 months ago +2

    Wow, can Andy write!

    • Janice Phillips
      Janice Phillips 8 months ago +1

      And can confirm about the well fracking. Oil field is about the only decent paying job around sometimes. Dad did it. Hub's does it. Son's done it. lol

    SHOCKWAVE 8 months ago +3

    god melts mountain's like wax

  • MrAnon1916
    MrAnon1916 8 months ago +2

    What does this mean in layman's terms terms?

    • Al B
      Al B 8 months ago +3

      Michael Steinbacher always pointed out that the plasma-sculpted features described in Andrew Hall's work seemed to be accompanied by a flowing river, and the speculation is that the plasma event does generate massive flooding rainfall... the water finds its channel, and then the plasma event builds up the ground surface in layers on each side of the river, but not at the river itself, Michael speculated that the water prevented accumulation and he was proven correct during one of Billy Yelverton's garage experiments with high voltages, Billy created a model river and sure enough, material was deposited on each side but not where the river flowed. Michael was really the first to walk the southwest and see it with Electric Universe Eyes. Its wonderful to see others carrying on what Michael first saw. In terms of length of time, his impact was brief... but in terms of pioneering the idea of "electric geology", his impact is larger than life. May he rest in peace!

    • MrAnon1916
      MrAnon1916 8 months ago

      @Electric Universe Eyes Thank you.
      Wouldn't one of these ionized plasma events be the great flood? If so, doesn't our Sun play the central role in this?
      Also, what is the role of Saturn that has been previously mentioned as being our Sun?
      Side note here - Have you ever read the Book of Enoch? it describes "the watchers" (personally, I think it infers extraterrestrials). My gut tells me we are being deceived by them (extraterrestrials).

  • symbolsandsystems
    symbolsandsystems 8 months ago +1

    i like your descriptions of events but you need to work on your visuals.

  • Jan-Martin Ulvåg
    Jan-Martin Ulvåg 3 months ago +1

    Instead of just reading it you should explain it better. I have seen Andrews video many times. This does not help. Something about the way he uses worlds. But I guess you don't get it either.

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  2 months ago

      He’s an real electrical engineer. I am but a layman. I’ll be doing some more experiments this year. Our eyes will do the explaining.