Hypatia Stone Shatters Solar System Myths
Today, scientific research into arguably the most perplexing meteorite ever found on Earth is “rattling the solar system status quo,” challenging astronomers’ fundamental ideas about our solar system’s formation and history. Since 2013, scientists on Earth have been studying the Hypatia stone, a rock fragment found in a Libyan Desert Glass field in southwest Egypt. In part one of this two-part presentation, Thunderbolts colleague Peter Mungo Jupp begins an examination of the Hypatia stone, as we explore the object’s enormous ramifications for the Electric Universe theory.
Did a Cosmic Thunderbolt Create the Hypatia Stone?
Today, we continue our examination of arguably the most perplexing meteorite ever discovered on planet Earth. As science headlines have announced in recent weeks, the so-called Hypatia stone, a tiny rock fragment found in a Libyan Desert Glass field, is “rattling the solar system status quo,” challenging astronomers’ fundamental ideas about our solar system’s formation and history. In this conclusion of his two-part interview, our guest archaeologist Peter Mungo Jupp continues his case that the Hypatia stone’s bizarre composition may have resulted from the transmutation of elements by high-energy electrical discharge.