Setterfield Rocks the Gravitational Universe Boat With Plasma Theory & Repercussions on History Time of Universe

We should be open to new ideas, otherwise we tie ourselves to old outdated models, scientific traditions, and authoritarian academic powers that should be updated, thrown out, and forced to admit they are obsolete. Does it happen? No! History shows how hard it is to change worldviews, paradigms, settled “science’, academic traditions, and as a result the popular degenerated views of Man in the masses who drink in mainstream media dis-info like water. (Don’t be like ’em!)

I had heard about Barry Setterfield in connection to Dodwells’ research about the 2345 BC catastrophe (not updated yet), which I – due to my ignorance of more facts – wrongly equated with the year of the Flood. Now I know – thanks to this research by a smart fellow – that the actual time of the Flood was around 500 years earlier, around 3000 BC, and 2345 BC may rather be connected to the division of the continents.

But Barry Setterfield is really rocking the boat, as his plasma model view of the “Electric Universe” is slowly pushing out the gravitational model. Not just that, but he also has been injecting new theories of the geological models that are upsetting the conventional Creationist AND the Darwinian time models of the Universe.

But before I get into that aspect I recommend you to watch his 4 videos of the Plasmic Universe below, and if I get time I will post the 3 catastrophe model of geology below in time to come. So come back, unless you go to his channel and watch them for your self.
(TIP: You can speed up the video in YT Settings up to 2X the original) part 1.

Barry Setterfield from Genesis Science Research presents the first of a two-part series that explains some new developments in astronomy. These developments have the potential of changing a lot of the way astronomers and others are seeing things “out there.”
part 2

Second part of a two-part series that explains some new developments in astronomy. These developments have the potential of changing a lot of the way astronomers and others are seeing things “out there.”   part 3

Barry Setterfield discusses his journey of discovery about the speed of light and astronomical anomalies, from his days at University to the most recent developments, proving that the speed of light has slowed down since the Beginning of TIME!
part 4