Throughout our culture, certain figures stand as iconic symbols of scientific genius. Long after their lives have ended, the works of these respected icons continue to shape the direction of science. By "TyrannyUnmasked"
In the fields of physics and astronomy, the figures who stand tallest share one thing in common -- all envisioned a Universe where the force of gravitypredominates. But less celebrated in the annals of official history is the work of scientific pioneers who shared a different vision of the Universe, one in which the main force is not gravitational, but electrical. In this Space News episode, Thunderbolts colleague Bishop Nicholas Sykes explores the foundations that early experimentalists laid for the "Electric Universe Theory" of today.