The theories that this book proposes look good at first sight. However, once I started to think about it, there was very little that looked reasonable any more. If there is so much free electricity moving around how come its effects are not observed much more frequently? The book decries the gravity based theories that abound neglecting the fact that observations confirming them abound. The book decries new proposals such as dark matter, dark energy, alternate universe etc as attempts of a cabal of desperate theoreticians. While conspiracies have been known to exist and there may be a few even in cosmology, given the kind of competition that exists among the researchers, I doubt if ANY avenue to publish breakthrough research will be left unexplored. Perhaps the problems lie with this theory itself. While I agree that there is electricity in the universe, the forces among electric charges are enormous, there does not seem to be much free charge around to be of as much consequence as gravity. Free electrons move with great speed and neutralize positive charges by binding with positive charges and neutralize the associated electric forces. Gravity, on the other hand, is the very property of matter, it is very weak and have never been known to be neutralized. It is like the tortoise that won the race against the electric hare.
I was hoping to learn some new things. I think I learned mostly wrong things.