Andrew Hall: Electric Earth | EU2017

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The surface of the Earth is a canvas that portrays the artistry and power of the forces that created it. Electric Earth presents a theory of the mechanisms of past cataclysm and how they relate to the forces we see at work in nature today. Through the unfiltered lens of Electric Universe cosmology, the raw workings of nature will be examined, and evidence presented to show its effect on the land. Lightning bolts of immense proportion, arcs from the interior of the Earth, shock waves caused by whirlwinds of supersonic velocity left their mark for us to see. This presentation will show you how to see this for yourself.

Andrew Hall is a natural philosopher, engineer, and writer. A graduate of the University of Arizona’s Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering College, he spent thirty years in the energy industry. He has designed, consulted, managed and directed the construction and operation of over two and a half gigawatts of power generation and transmission, including solar, gasification and natural gas power systems. From his home in Arizona, he explores the mountains, canyons, volcanoes, and deserts of the American Southwest to understand and rewrite an interpretation of Earth’s form in its proper electrical context. He is writing a book online titled “Trailer Park Cosmology” that he welcomes EU enthusiasts to preview and comment as it is written.

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