May 2, 2016

Mass Extinctions in the Electric Universe

A recently published scientific paper is creating a firestorm of media coverage around the world.

The paper’s lead author, Daniel Whitmire, proposes that the hypothesized Planet X, a never-discovered body believed by some to exist in the outer solar system, is responsible for mass extinctions on Earth approximately every 27 million years.


Recently, researchers at Caltech have inferred Planet X’s presence from orbital anomalies in Kuiper Belt objects.

Wal Thornhill discusses the tenability of these claims from an Electric Universe perspective.

 

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