Saturday, October 4, 2014

A Perfect New Paradigm for Cosmology

“The beautiful nebula above is M78 (NGC 2068), the brightest diffuse reflection nebula of a group of nebulae that includes NGC 2064, NGC 2067 & NGC 2071. This group belongs to the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex and is about 1,600 light years distant from Earth. (M78 is easily found in small telescopes as a hazy patch and involves two stars of 10th magnitude. These two stars, HD 38563A & HD 38563B, are responsible for making the cloud of dust in M78 visible by reflecting their light.)” - [Wikipedia’s description]

Would you like to understand astrophysics and cosmology in layman’s terms better than Neil deGrasse Tyson does?

This is a special invitation to anyone who has watched his videos. - (Find out how I found the “message in a bottle” Einstein left hidden in plain sight.) - Come to The New Meta-physics Paradigm community to learn more! - I have rewritten from memory a few chapters of my book you can find there for your review:
[My book on the subject, The Emancipation of Astronomy for the Common Man, is available here:]

--RK, 9:05pmEDST, 10/4/2014

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