Welcome

The Daily Plasma welcomes you.

Our universe is filled with mystery. It’s as if there is another dimension to the Universe where things happen. We see the result, but not the cause. What is the essence of Nature that we don’t understand? What could bring such beauty, life and intelligence to emerge on a rock floating in space?

Science has not explained it. Philosophers have stopped trying. Religion stands in the middle; a belief with no tangible support. There is conflict between knowledge we are handed through culture and science, and what we feel inside – we know we are missing something.

The Daily Plasma isn’t so presumptuous to claim it knows the truth. The Daily Plasma is a project of discovery shared with the reader. It takes an off-road journey into investigations that yield answers through evidence, physics and natural philosophy.

Whether to agree is up to you. The Daily Plasma promise is to provide you with evidence for alternative explanations you won’t find in textbooks. It’s endeavor is to show how the evidence adds-up to a coherent picture that proves it’s case, with a clarity and wholeness missing from the patchwork picture we are taught to believe.

Here is a breakdown of what’s inside The Daily Plasma.

Electric Universe

Science tells us the Universe is a cold, dark expanse of matter. From nothing, a particle soup emerged – in a ‘bang’ – that coalesced into galaxies, stars, planets and people. In other words, it’s a miraculous event that has no physical explanation. Science removed God from the miracle, but the miracle remains.

Science also tells us 96% of it is composed of stuff we can’t see, detect, or comprehend. They say it’s there because it helps the math work. The math still doesn’t work, but they are close, they say – they just need a few more trillions of dollars to make it happen.

Electric Universe Theory is predicated on electricity being the real stuff of the Universe – no dark matter, or dark energy is involved. In the Electric Universe, the Cosmos is alive and interconnected. There is an ether of vibration, wave forms and frequency at the foundation of all being. And we are integral to it. Our very consciousness connects us. We are antennas in the Cosmic Field, vibrating in resonance with it.

To quote Nicola Tesla, the man called, ‘inventor of the twentieth century’: “My brain is only a receiver. In the universe there is a core from which we obtain knowledge, strength, inspiration. I have not penetrated into the secrets of this core, but I know that it exists.”

EU Theory is penetrating those secrets. The EU model explains more than physics. It brings into context the mysteries of our past with the mysteries of Nature, and seeks physical explanations for both. It does not separate science from what we feel inside, or from the experience of man’s journey through time as recorded by the ancients. It brings a coherent picture into view, and the view is profound.

The drop down menu for Electric Universe provides articles and videos from three publications:

  • The Daily Plasma original Electric Earth articles and videos,
  • ‘Thunderblog articles’ and ‘Space News’ videos published by Thunderbolts.info
  • EU Geology articles published at EUGeology.roks

Bigfoot

Oh no! Another old, out-of-shape, white guy hunting Bigfoot. Just what the internet needs…

I can’t help it. I saw one. If you haven’t, I don’t blame you for being a skeptic. But see one of these things and it’s life changing. It will make you skeptical of everything else. It humbles you, and makes you doubt human intelligence to know hairy, eight-foot people are living in the forests and haven’t been noticed.

I have sufficient confirmation of their existence, having seen one, been screamed at, and chased from the woods. Truth is what The Daily Plasma pursues, so having profound truth in the matter, I have to weigh in and tell my experiences.

Gallimaufry

It means an assorted collection of unrelated things. A hodgepodge. The word comes from a French stew made with an assortment of unrelated things.

Some pieces were written for practice. Some are articles about something I like, or rants about something that crawled up my ass. Some are memories, and memorials for people in my life. You can think of this as the ‘lifestyle’ section of The Daily Plasma.

Books

Lapse of Reason is a novel I wrote to practice writing. Before starting, I’d never written more than a thousand words of creative work. Hence the name, Lapse of Reason.

It was a terrific way to learn to write dialog, humor and suspense, and develop characters to kill off. I wrote things to make myself uncomfortable and get over the fear of writing. I accomplished well enough to keep going.

Lapse of Reason lacks much in a story, because I didn’t have one when I started. I let ersatz thoughts flow from chapter to chapter, and focused on skills and techniques. But that doesn’t mean it’s not entertaining.

It’s actually pretty funny. Buy it for the beach in the summer. Buy it for a friend. If you don’t want to read it, make someone else. Your purchase will help me write something really good.

Trailer Park Cosmology is the book I am currently writing. I post a chapter, or two as they are drafted. Then I move them to the Trailer Park Cosmology page under the Book menu, where the book is assembled. You can read the draft and make comment. Help me write a book that will sell.

It gives my perspective on the Electric Universe from the quiet neighborhood where I live. It’s non-fiction, but I’m sure there are people who’ll disagree with that. That’s okay. I doubt they’ll finish reading it. But if you do, I’ll reward you by taking the draft off-line before it’s finished, editing the hell out of it, and then make you buy the published version to see how it ends.

Don’t worry, I’ll make it worthwhile. Meanwhile, you can watch it develop and some of the incredible mistakes I make along the way. You also get first glance at the strange way I see reality.

Products

This is the classified section. These are things I think are fun and would buy if I could. If you purchase any item through my links, you’ll be helping support The Daily Plasma.

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8 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Dear Andrew, I have just watched your fascinating presentation on YouTube EU2017 Pheonix, which ends on a tantalising point referring to the meaning of images etched in the Gobekli Tepe stones. I have left a smiler comment to this one, on the video, but am not sure if you would see it.
    Can you relate these to the “Pictish stones” in the Scottish Isles (also mentioned by D.S. Allan and J.B. Delair in their groundbreaking book, “When the Earth nearly Died” published in 1995, on the BC9500 cataclysm) which have been interpreted as memorials of human battles, but which rather clearly seem to depict in layers from the ground up to the sky and the higher cosmos, the terrifying and amazing sight of impending disasters that brought one “age” to an end (and which according to Allan and Delair were in fact the CAUSE of the Stone Age) ?
    The Aberlemno stone, the Nigg stone, St Orlands stone, the Shandwick or Clach a’ Charridh stone, in my mind – and I think in that of Allan and Delair also – all clearly show celestial events such as catastrophic lightning strikes, hurricanes and people desperately fleeing to the sound of airborne trumpets…
    As Allan and Delair so convincingly argue, the catastrophe with its pestilential clouds and rocks petrified by electrolysis, fire storm, bombardment and hellish boiling seas followed by freeze, wholesale collapse and the almost total extinction of flora and fauna, everywhere, brought a destructive end to the Earth that was nearly terminal, and ushered in the Stone Age. These events seem to be depicted in the stones mentioned above, just as in the Gobekli Tepe ones.
    If you don’t know it, “When the Earth nearly Died” was published in the States as “Cataclysm”. I have followed Wall Thornhill and Dave Talbott and others ever since seeing the video, “Symbols of an Alien Sky”, years ago and before that, reading The Saturn Myth in the 1980s when I first came across Velikovsky’s works.
    I would be very interested to know if you too see a connection to these cosmic events recorded in the stones mentioned above.
    Peter

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  2. The sample is fantastic!! Read it in about 30 minutes!! The details are so succinct that you feel you are right there with Ian! Can’t wait to read the rest of it!!

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      1. Credit where it’s due Judy. Ginger is the thought provoking outsider – she can’t say more than pirate words, aye-aye and arghh-arghh, and uses body language, so she must be very concise and precise. She also has zero imagination. That’s why she’s a good editor.

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