Friday 26 July, 2019 – The Electric Universe 7pm
UFO Research Queensland
Friday - 26 July, 2019. 7pm
The Electric Universe with Clare Williams
The Electric Universe is emerging as the dominant successor to the current standard cosmological model, (i.e. Big Bang cosmology). The Electric Universe (EU) model provides several insights and potential scientific explanations for observed UFO behaviours that do not fit with attributes of the standard model such as Einstein's definition of gravity (warped space-time) and his notion that the speed of light is some sort of cosmic speed limit. This presentation will provide a brief introduction to the main tenets of the EU theory before discussing its implications for previously inexplicable UFO-related phenomena. It will finish with a short discussion of a possible EU-based propulsion system.
About Clare Williams: Clare held the position of Head Astronomer & Planetarium Manager at the Canberra Space Dome & Observatory for 2 ½ years, involving her in every aspect of the running of the facility where she led a team of more than 20 astronomers, most of whom were casual employees. She was the first woman in Australia appointed to run a major astronomy and space education facility leading the facility to win a Tourism Award under her leadership. She also project managed the Infrastructure Upgrade Project from initiation through to closure delivering significant improvements to the Planetarium's cabling and data infrastructure as well as an upgrade to the automation system and IT network. Clare also developed and conducted a 6 week adult education course "Introduction to Astronomy" at the request of the Canberra Institute of Technology and was the regular presenter on the ABC 666 radio segment called Radio Telescope.
Clare has also been engaged part-time by EOS Pty Ltd for technical writing and project services for the Keystone Satellite Laser Ranging Project. This was a multi-million dollar project that involved the design and construction of four cutting edge satellite laser ranging stations for the purpose of earthquake detection in the Tokyo Bay area of Japan.
Entry: UFORQ Members: $10 Non-Members $15. Eftpos available. Tickets at the door. (includes supper)
Venue: Kenmore Library, Kenmore Village Shopping Centre, 9 Brookfield Road, Kenmore, Brisbane. Access to the library is via the lift from the undercover car park directly below the library.
Enquiries: 07 3376 1780 / 0431 856 556
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