Category: Interviews and Presentations

EU 2016 Conference

Presentation at the EU 2016 conference in Phoenix.

This is my first EU conference, where I present Arc Blast, my theory of how electrically generated winds create mountains. I show evidence in mountain features that display coherent, harmonic wave forms produced by supersonic shock waves, and theorize how they were created.

I provide a new presentation in 2017 that somewhat modifies and expands the theory of how such winds and shock waves were generated. Like all scientific inquiry, new data brings new meaning. The 2017 presentation is available at

Re-posted courtesy of the Thunderbolts Project.

EU 2017 Geology Field Trip

Following the 2017 conference, several of us decided to see the Grand Canyon. We left for Flagstaff as the Solar eclipse ended. We made several hikes over the following days. This film was taken by Andrew Fitts at a cinder cone in the San Francisco peak volcanic field, called Red Mountain. An article on the conference is here.

Video Re-posted courtesy of Planet Amnesia.