The Nebular Hypothesis of Solar System Formation – Let’s Pretend!
When it comes to scientific theory, our educational system teaches the current paradigms in terms that make it appear that science has figured everything out. Nothing could be further from the truth. So science majors, don’t lose hope. Hypotheses like the big bang, the nebular theory of solar system formation, the evolution of stars, biological […]Read the rest
Journey to the Center of the Universe.
I have made much over the statements of Edwin Hubble in regards to his fantastic assertions about the structure of the cosmos. I have made much over his theoretical position since it is diametrically opposite to his actual findings and the confirmation of those findings by all astronomers since. You see, Hubble discovered the redshift […]Read the rest
Life? Just Add Water!
Got life? Just add water! Or, so evolutionists would have us believe. We are often scolded when thinking we humans are the pinnacle of creation. This absurd notion was quietly retired when scientists adopted biological evolution without evidence. Our unique humanity is routinely squelched by evolutionary devotees like Richard Dawkins and Eugene Scott. For them, just […]Read the rest
A Glimpse of Reality?
Featured picture: theoretical population III star formation from the infant universe; they don’t exist anywhere today! It has not been so long ago that astronomers created and accepted the concept of star evolution as an established fact. Main sequence stars were placed on a graph based upon luminosity, composition, color and calculated radius. It was […]Read the rest
Ghosts Explain the Universe: the Ghost Field Phenomenon.
Cosmology has recruited ghosts to explain the existence of the universe. This month’s New Scientist Magazine (Issue 2940 page 10) announced, “OUR universe rose from the ashes of a dying cosmos, thanks to a push from a ghostly force. So says a model supporting the idea that the universe was born not with a bang, […]Read the rest
Starlight, Time, the Fabric of Space and the New Physics – Part 4
In this final installment on cosmological origins, the New Physics of Carmeli will be introduced. I hope I can adequately explain the simplicity and value of the new theory. There are several very good reasons for desiring to present this new math. Among the reasons is the search for truth. Furthermore, its applicability eliminates entirely […]Read the rest
Starlight, Redshifts, Galactic Secrets and the Fifth Dimension – Part 3
In considering the developments in cosmology, the construction of the big bang theory, and the existing evidence that suggests an expanding universe, other known astronomical oddities add to the collection of strange features of reality that materialism cannot defend. To include these in an examination of hypothesis testing may shed further light on the inconsistent […]Read the rest
Starlight, Gravity, Space and the Fifth Dimension – Part 2
In 1929 an American astronomer, Edwin Hubble using the 100 inch Wilson Observatory Telescope, detected a shift in the light coming from distant objects in the night sky through his telescopic observations. He discovered that the further away objects were from the earth – things like galaxies, dust clouds or clusters of galaxies, the […]Read the rest
Starlight, Gravity, Redshifts and the Fifth Dimension – Part 1
I reflect on the night I discovered the Milky Way galaxy while lying atop of a great boulder in Utah with my brother, gazing at the sky above. It was a summer of discovery for us as my Father took us on a 35-day camping trip around the United States. We traveled from Pennsylvania to […]Read the rest
Galactic Bubbles: A ghostly story of intrigue and suspense.
Today we’re going to have a little fun with a recounting of a recent article I read in the New Scientist magazine. It is a science magazine I enjoy as it is so transparent of the inconsistencies, failures, denials, and sometimes fraudulent data as well as good facts of science. It keeps me engaged. Each […]Read the rest