Electric Universe UK
Welcome to the home page of the first-ever UK Conference dedicated to the Electric Universe. This exciting new 5-day event (organised by writers Adrian Gilbert and Lucy Wyatt) explores the proposition that electrical forces, not gravity, are the most powerful in the universe.
Who is coming... In more recent years, The Thunderbolts ProjectTM has been running a ground-breaking conference in the USA. This year, however, they are taking a break and supporting Electric Universe UK instead. We are delighted that some of The Thunderbolts ProjectTM team will be coming to the UK in July.
For more on electric universe cosmology see our blog and The Thunderbolts ProjectTM website.
Electric Universe UK is taking place over 5 days ~
Saturday 7th July – Wednesday 11th July
• a two-day weekend conference in Bath
• a two-day symposium at a private venue in the Quantocks (10th-11th July)
• a gala dinner in Bath with author Robert Temple [tbc] as speaker
• one day of visits to local sites
Early Bird tickets ~
£135 (conference or symposium - 2 days)
£265 (conference & symposium - 4 days)
£370 for total package (Conference/ Symposium/ Gala Dinner/ Day Trip)
Tickets for Gala Dinner and Day Trip can be purchased separately.
Rupert Sheldrake on the Electric Universe
It is these electrical forces that drive the Sun and other objects in space, such as comets, and have an impact on all planets, including our own Earth. Many scientists at the turn of the 20th century were interested in these ideas – Kristian Birkeland, Hannes Alfven, and others. The author Velikovsky was convinced that catastrophe physically shaped our world, possibly as a result of electrical phenomena. But cosmology and science in the 21st century have taken a different turn and so this event is part of the attempt to bring us back on track. The event is open to all, specialist and non-specialist.
Leading Australian physicist, and science advisor to The Thunderbolts ProjectTM, Wal Thornhill will be speaking; as well as those involved in the SAFIRE Project (Monty Child and Dr Michael Clarage). Other keynote speakers we have invited are Cambridge biologist Rupert Sheldrake [tbc] and meteorologist Piers Corbyn [tbc]. Further speakers to be announced. See the speakers page for more information.
Latest event news and blog posts
Rupert Sheldrake on Electric Universe