George Woodward Warder.
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George Woodward Warder (May 20, 1848 - February 8, 1907) was an American lawyer and real estate magnate who wrote extensively on his personal cosmology of an electric universe.
George Woodward Warder (May 20, 1848 - February 8, 1907) was an American lawyer and real estate magnate who wrote extensively on his personal cosmology of an electric universe, which included speculation that "the sun is a vast generator of electric currents which cause heat in the atmosphere of the planets only where it is needed," that electro-magnetic, atomic, and spiritual force are the only forces in the universe (abandoning gravitation entirely), and that the sun is habitable and likely to b. .
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Warder, Geo. W. (George Woodward), 1848-1907. George Woodward Warder in about 1880. 1848-05-20)May 20, 1848 Richmond, Missouri. Warder believed that the universe was an electrical creation and that electricity plays a more important role in the universe than is generally accepted References.
Warder also developed his own cosmology theory. a b "George Woodward Warder (1848-1907) Papers (KC0131)". University of Missouri-Kansas City