Jul 212015
 

I have to bring you the sad news that Michael Steinbacher passed away today.

Let’s remember him by continuing the work he started.

Andreas Otte

 Posted by at 11:40 am

  5 Responses to “Michael Steinbacher passes away”

  1. I’m really sorry to hear that. My condolences to his family and friends. He showed me things I never thought of and opened my eyes to an entirely new way to look at our world. He will be missed. Rest in Peace, and I hope now you may find the answers you were looking for.

  2. Andreas,

    I am so sorry…..I am devastated. Please know if you are ever in the Las Vegas area, mi casa tu casa. I can’t believe my buddy is gone–he was just getting going and had such a passion for his work and theory….I can’t even express how crazy this makes me. What a LOSS!!! Take care of yourself! My contact email is snooping4u@aol.com..this is D in Las Vegas….

  3. You are never forgotten Michael for your lifetime of work and vision. You are a great man , scientist and true visionary for future generations to see and hopefully learn from. You have brought true meaning to explain our land masses all across our Earth.
    RIP my friend you are never forgotten….

  4. I am so sorry to hear this. I had just been introduced to Michaels work recently and was looking forward to meeting him and going on a tour. He seems like a man with a lot of passion and very open minded. It saddens me that I did not have the pleasure of meeting him in person. Thank you Andreas for continuing his work.

  5. I will miss you Michael. I will especially miss our phone conversations and discussions of Electric Universe Geology topics. And seeing you at the Electric Universe conferences. I really enjoyed the two EU Geology tours that I took with you and Andreas. Seeing petroglyphs, basalt caps, Shiprock Peak, a Navajo holy site, and hogback hills with you fed my imagination. Your ideas about sedimentary depositions from space above intrigued me. Last month I was able to visit Smith Rock State Park and Cove Palisades State Park in Oregon. I enjoyed seeing the black rocks on one side of the Smith Rock canyon and red rocks on the opposite side. I saw the hexagonal columns of basalt at Cove Palisades. At both places I could sense your kind, generous, and enthusiastic spirit. Rest in Peace my friend.