I am disappointed that this was the best you could come up with to support your theory. The existence of cosmic plasmas such as those encountered by the TSS-1R mission is quite widely accepted. Proving that they have the effects claimed by the theory you apparently advocate is quite another matter.
I read the first chapter of the book on electric-cosmos.org, and it mostly seems to be jeering at the complexity and unintuitive nature of current theories, while also heavily emphasizing the "unprovability" of any type of astrophysical theory. How convenient. Perhaps it's a bit tough on the underdog supporters, but when it comes to scientific inquiry, the burden of proof is very much upon the challenging theory. So far, the "electric universe" crowd has produced absolutely nothing compelling, other than cries of "help help, I'm being repressed!"
It's easier for me to believe the majority of scientists ("scientific dogma" if you prefer) than an ostracized minority. There is a large difference between keeping an open mind and pouring my uneducated (I'm not an astrophysicist) efforts into supporting a currently unacceptable theory.