Welcome to the Electric Pulse

Join the network of researchers and seekers, rummage through the store, listen to some shows, and read some papers. The Plasma-electromagnetic Cosmology (PEMC) is an IEEE approved alternative to the Standard Model. Its history goes back to the 1600’s. Later, in the 1800’s, research into plasma and electricity led to the discovered of quantized/discrete energy exchanges. By 1905 Kristian Birkeland had made a re-assertion of currents in space, and showed a connection to the Northern Lights. Plasma Cosmology became official the same year as Big Bang, in 1927. Plasmoids were proposed in 1957, ten years prior to Black Hole Theory. The two cosmologies have evolved along different lines. While Standard Model has multiple, competing models within it which act within certain regions, plasma cosmology has retained its theories from laboratory experiments. By the 1950s Nobel Prize Winner (1970) Hannes Alfven and others had proposed an electric star, and a plasmoid formation of planets and stars. In the 1980s, future founding members of the Thunderbolts Project were looking for a mechanism for their catastrophic theories in comparative mythology. They found it when Dr. Anthony Peratt (Los Alamos Labs and JPL) released his research showing a connection to ancient glyphs and rock art. Since then, the cosmology has been gaining steam and notoriety. Those who do not know the chronology often dismiss it out-of-hand, but so far Yale, Harvard, China, ESA, JPL, and others have been rapidly accepting its theories. By using this network you can view the research, connect to the community, and get involved! 

The Pulse, EU Gateway and PlasmaEducation are part of a larger network of Electric and Plasma Universe researchers and names. You can find out more by visiting each node and reading up about the different projects. Also, please visit and subscribe to the youtube channels: The Thunderbolts Project, The Electric View, See the Pattern, Sky Scholar, and many others.
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