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Monday, February 06, 2006 - 01:35 PM

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"Every cluster of galaxies, every star, every atom... had a beginning, but the Universe, itself, did not" - Sir Frederick Hoyle, Plumian Professor of Astonomy, Cambridge University

photo c/o Hubble Telescope Website Gallery, NASA public domain

"The novel idea that there are an infinite number of time dimensions in the Universe revolutionizes gravitational theory and much of modern science with it."
- Alexander Franklin Mayer, MIT Alumni
"Given the new perspective provided by the ideas presented herein, observations imply that the Universe does not have an age; 'old' does not even begin to describe it. The Universe is apparently a rational, observable and understandable physical manifestion of eternity, which is a newly emergent scientific fact that has profound implications. We must now concede that the 'Big-Bang' never happened; the 'expansion of the Universe', was a case of mistaken interpretation of the observations.... complete nonsense, and yet became "consensus science" rather than being subject to appropriately open scientific debate."

... "The newly emergent modern cosmology is aligned with the comforting thematic idea that the heavens are eternal... a satisfying peace of mind to people of all faiths... 21st century cosmology brings scientific and spiritual perspectives together harmoniously.... both mysterious and also somehow knowable."

A Correction to the Gravitational Model : Lecture 1 (18 MB signed PDF)
The Many Directions of Time Solving the Cosmology Puzzle : Lecture 2 (15 MB signed PDF)
- Alexander Franklin Mayer, MIT Alumni


On the Cause of Geodetic Satellite Accelerations and Other Correlated Unmodeled Phenomena
[, Smithsonian/NASA ADS Physics Abstract Service]

Multidimensional Time Simplifies General Relativity
[, Smithsonian/NASA ADS Physics Abstract Service]


New space-time theory does away with big-bang, dark energy etc.,

Physicist Claims Time Has a Geometry, Science.Slashdot

MIT Physicist Blows away the Big Bang, YummyIdeas

WEBSITES:, original

Other Experiments @ W.W.Hansen Experimental Physics Lab, Stanford University;

Gravity Probe B

What is GP-B?

Gravity Probe B is the relativity gyroscope experiment being developed by NASA and Stanford University to test two extraordinary, unverified predictions of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity.

The experiment will check, very precisely, tiny changes in the direction of spin of four gyroscopes contained in an Earth satellite orbiting at 400-mile altitude directly over the poles. So free are the gyroscopes from disturbance that they will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system. They will measure how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth, and, more profoundly, how the Earth's rotation drags space-time around with it. These effects, though small for the Earth, have far-reaching implications for the nature of matter and the structure of the Universe.


Gravity Probe B Technical Papers

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