15 Mar 2019

Michael Jackson – Entering Neverland (2019 Documentary)

The rebuttal to “Leaving Neverland” and exposing the TRUTH about Michael Jackson. Entering Neverland will cover who the King really is, why the media lies about him, and the lies Wade Robson & James Safechuck are telling is what they don’t want you to see! razorfist razorfist 2 Michael Jackson Rebuttal (Part 3): Skeeving Slumberland 100% PROOF That the Media Will Stop At NOTHING TO See Micheal Jackson’s Legacy Is DESTROYED! Michael Jackson’s Nephew Slams Leaving Neverland, Calling Documentary a […]

02 Mar 2019

Stephen Smith: Juno’s Findings at Electric Jupiter | Space News

NASA’s Juno mission to the gas giant Jupiter has provided data that could rewrite much of planetary science. According to NASA scientists, the conventional theoretical models on the planet’s auroras, its atmosphere, its interior and its magnetic field have found no support at all in the mission’s findings. The consistent theme in the surprises is the extraordinary and conventionally unexpected electromagnetic energies the spacecraft detected. In this episode, Thunderbolts Picture of the Day Managing Editor Stephen Smith offers a succinct […]

28 Feb 2019

Jerry Tennant: Recharge Your Battery and Heal | Electricity of Life

Jerry Tennant: Recharge Your Battery and Heal | Electricity of Life In part one of this presentation, Dr. Jerry Tennant introduced us to his extraordinary research into the complex electrical circuitry of the human body. Since his own remarkable battle with debilitating ailments, Dr. Tennant has worked to develop a kind of map of this circuitry, to understand its essential connection to physical wellbeing. In the previous episode, Dr. Tennant discussed the particular significance of the circuitry connecting teeth to […]

17 Feb 2019

Infinite Space – The Architecture of John Lautner

John Lautner, FAIA (1911-1994) John Lautner was one of the most important American architects of the twentieth century, and perhaps one of the most misunderstood. His career spanned fifty-five years and left an indelible mark on the built environment of Southern California. Lautner was born in 1911 and raised in Marquette, Michigan. His remarkable natural surroundings made a deep and lifelong impression. He had his first building experience at the age of twelve, when he helped his father construct a […]

17 Feb 2019

Cecil Taylor on creation

Cecil Percival Taylor (March 15, 1929 – April 5, 2018) *Rhythm-sound energy found in the amplitude of each time unit. Time measurement as isolated matter abstracted from mind, transformed symbols thru conductor, agent speaking in angles: a movement vacuum death encircling act, defining nothing Pythagorean desert a waste land lit deafness before ultimate silent arena senses ride naked in souls. Would then define the pelvis as cathartic region prime undulation, ultimate communion, internal while life is becoming visible physical conversation […]

18 Jan 2019

Svensmark: The Cloud Mystery

Svensmark: The Cloud Mystery Henrik Svensmark’s documentary on climate change and cosmic rays. Svensmark appeared in a documentary titled “The Cloud Mystery” to illustrate his position, and has also shared his research at the Heartland Institute‘s International Conference on Climate Change. Henrik Svensmark is director of the Centre for Sun-Climate Research at the Danish Space Research Institute (DSRI). Previously, Dr. Svensmark was head of the Sunclimate group at DSRI. He has held post doctoral positions in physics at University California Berkeley, […]

08 Jan 2019

The Moon – Incredible Lunar Views From The Japanese SELENE Orbiter

Take a journey across the surface of the moon. See the earth rise and set from the lunar surface. This video was recorded by the SELENE Lunar Orbiter – images are copyright JAXA / NHK SELENE , better known in Japan by its nickname Kaguya, was the second Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft following the Hiten probe] Produced by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) and the National Space Development Agency (NASDA), the spacecraft was launched on September 14, […]

05 Dec 2018

endogenous electric fields in wound healing in vertebrates

A Role for Endogenous Electric Fields in Wound Healing RichardNuccitelli This review focuses on the experimental evidence supporting a role for endogenous electric fields in wound healing in vertebrates. Most wounds involve the disruption of epithelial layers composing the epidermis or surrounding organs in the body. These epithelia generate a steady voltage across themselves that will drive an injury current out of the wounded region, generating a lateral electric field that has been measured in four different cases to be […]

05 Dec 2018

Better bandage promotes powerful healing

It’s not a shock: Better bandage promotes powerful healing Materials science and engineering professor Xudong Wang fits a new wound dressing around the wrist of graduate student Yin Long. The device stimulates healing using electricity generated from the body’s natural motions. Photo by Sam Million-Weaver A new, low-cost wound dressing developed by University of Wisconsin–Madison engineers could dramatically speed up healing in a surprising way. The method leverages energy generated from a patient’s own body motions to apply gentle electrical […]

01 Dec 2018


SAFIRE PROJECT 2018 REPORT United Kingdom International Conference & Symposium 7th – 11th July 2018, Somerset, UK Montgomery Childs and Dr. Michael Clarage present a review of The SAFIRE PROJECT to date, which includes some new discoveries of the past year. see: www.safireproject.com for project history and details also see: www.electricuniverseuk.eu for additional talks by Wal Thornhill & Don Scott and others. Copyright © The Safire Project / Aurtas International / Silver Wolf Productions If you see a CC with […]