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The Smell of Space, plus Ancient Hidden Knowledge, Quantum Physics and New Scientific Data Equals a Hopeful and Exciting way to Perceive what we call ‘Reality’.
A little over two weeks ago, the Huffington Post had an article titled “What Does Space Smell Like? NASA Astronauts Describe Cosmic Scent” This Intrigued me because, like many I’m sure, think that because space is a vacuum, it is void of sound, “air”, taste and smell.
But because of the research I have done over the past few years, what the article says adds to the increasing evidence that the Visible Omnivers™ is made up of electric plasma, and that the ‘Universe is Electric’.
Dot #1: The Hour long program ‘Thunderbolts of the Gods’, produced in 2006, goes into this explanation in detail, and is one of my cornerstone pieces into my theory that Consciousness has actual Thought Structure™. This blurb is from the Thunderbolts Website:Welcome to The Thunderbolts Project
“From the smallest particle to the largest galactic formation, a web of electrical circuitry connects and unifies all of nature, organizing galaxies, energizing stars, giving birth to planets and, on our own world, controlling weather and animating biological organisms. There are no isolated islands in an electric universe”.
Dot #2: This is what makes the Huffington Post article so exciting. As the Astronaut Don Pettit describes in his NASA blog entry in 2003:
“It is hard to describe this smell; it is definitely not the olfactory equivalent to describing the palette sensations of some new food as ‘tastes like chicken.’ The best description I can come up with is metallic; a rather pleasant sweet metallic sensation. It reminded me of my college summers where I labored for many hours with an arc welding torch repairing heavy equipment for a small logging outfit. It reminded me of pleasant sweet-smelling welding fumes. That is the smell of space.”
From another article about the “Smell of Space,” NASA astronaut Kevin Ford said from orbit in 2009: “It’s like something I haven’t ever smelled before, but I’ll never forget it,” [Space Sights and Smells Surprise Rookie Astronauts]