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beyond consciousness to cosmos beyond relativity and quantum theory to cosmic theory

Beyond Consciousness to Cosmos: Beyond Relativity and Quantum Theory to Cosmic Theory

Why We Have No Physical Cosmology, and How to Start Creating One

Henry Lindner

  • Discuss the origins and nature of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics
  • Show that Relativity is inadequate ideology
  • Introduce Natural Philosophy as the disciplined use of full our cognitive abilities
  • Introduce a physical theory of space and motion to replace Relativity
  • Demonstrate how this theory can explain astronomical anomalies
kuhn ideas rule
Kuhn—Ideas Rule!
  • Scientists are trained to work within a philosophical program
  • They have neither the mental tools nor the motivation to change the program
  • “Normal science” goes on until “paradoxes” accumulate to an embarrassing degree
  • An innovator from outside the system imposes a new program
  • The cycle repeats
crisis in theoretical physics
Crisis in Theoretical Physics
  • Observer-based “laws”—anthropocentric
  • Subjectivistic—limited to describing what the observer experiences and measures.
  • No hypotheses—no physical causality
  • Paradoxes=Contradictions
  • Ad hoc fixes abound
  • Mathematics accurate but overcomplicated
  • Relativity and QM are incompatible

Current Perspective

Hubble Deep Field—Galaxies!



Milky Way Galaxy

ptolemaic cosmology
Ptolemaic Cosmology
  • Observer-based—observer at the center and not moving—just as his senses and instruments indicated
  • “Laws” just described the observer’s measurements—in his frame
  • No physical hypotheses—anti-physical!
  • Mathematics accurate but over complicated
  • Stood in the way of the advancement of knowledge
copernican revolution
Copernican Revolution
  • Shifted the “frame” from the observer’s consciousness to the Cosmos
  • In retrospect, we can see that no progress in Cosmology or physics was possible in the Ptolemaic observer-based scheme
  • Opponents argued: No evidence of Earth’s motion, mathematics not as accurate, no explanation of cause of such motion
relativity s cosmology
Relativity’s Cosmology
  • Observer-based—all physical motion related to and equally well described in any observer’s frame.
  • Light travels at c relative to the human observer not relative to matter.
  • No physical hypotheses
  • Creates paradoxes
  • Stands in the way of progress
anti copernican relativity
Anti-Copernican Relativity
  • Einstein sought “laws of nature” valid for any CS—including the rotating Earth observer’s CS
  • Claimed that Relativity would render the historic struggle between the views of Ptolemy and Copernicus “quite meaningless” since “Either CS could be used with equal justification.”

Einstein and Infeld, The Evolution of Physics, 1938 p. 224.

we need a second copernican revolution
We need a Second Copernican Revolution
  • Again remove the observer from the center of physics
  • Relate motion and laws of physics to the matter and space of the Cosmos—not to any arbitrary CS
  • A physical theory of space, matter and motion
  • Why are we in this mess?
natural philosophy vs christianity
Natural Philosophy vs. Christianity
  • Aristotle revered by Church until works of natural philosophy translated
  • Conflict between Aristotelian natural philosophy and Christian doctrine Condemnation 1277 of ideas of Aristotle, Averröes, and St. Thomas Aquinas.
  • Church: “God can move the Cosmos and leave a void”, “The world is not eternal”, etc.
  • William of Ockham—eliminated all hypothetical entities and causes except God
  • Descartes and Locke—Judeo-Christian dualism
roots of relativity
Roots of Relativity
  • Dualism—Spirit and Matter
  • Copernicus and Newton offered material explanations of phenomena.
  • Threats to traditional religious belief
  • Philosophical explanations reduced role of God in Nature.
  • Bishop Berkeley attacked Newton’s Mechanics as ‘atheistic materialism”.
berkeley s subjective idealism
Berkeley’s Subjective Idealism
  • Since we know only our own conscious experiences and have no direct knowledge of any material Cosmos, we must not assume that it exists. Berkeley, Principles of Human Knowledge (1710) body, para. 18.
  • Reality is a virtual reality simulation fed to our spirits from God’s Spirit.
  • The laws of optics are some of the rules that govern the Matrix.
father of relativity
Father of Relativity
  • We must treat motion not as absolute, Cosmic, or real but as merelyrelative to ourselves and to any other objects in our sensoria, and treat time as the mere succession of events in our consciousness.

Principles of Human Knowledge (1710) para. 112., para. 98.

hume s non religious skepticism
Hume’s Non-Religious Skepticism
  • Denied that we could know any Cosmic causes, saying that our belief that an effect will follow from a cause is merely a “custom” we have acquired through repetitive experience. He denied that we could ever know the cause of such a “custom” as gravity.

An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding (1748)

mach einstein s mentor
Mach—Einstein’s Mentor
  • Admitted the influence of Berkeley and Hume
  • “The world consists only of our sensations”

Ernst Mach, Analysis of Sensationsp. 12.

  • Mach refused to believe in atoms (circa 1900) because they were not evident to our senses.
  • Believed that Newton’s theory of absolute space and motion was “devoid of content”, since we have knowledge only of relativespaces and motions.” He called those who shared his view “relativists”.

Ernst Mach, The Science of Mechanics pp. 283, 293.

einstein s subjectivism
Einstein’s Subjectivism
  • Admitted: Read Berkeley, infl. by Hume, Mach
  • “The only justification for our concepts and system of concepts is that they serve to represent the complex of experiences; beyond this they have no legitimacy.”

Albert Einstein, The Meaning of Relativity,1922, p. 2.

  • The“real external world” is the sum total of all experienced events about which subjects agree.

Albert Einstein, Ideas and Opinions, 1954, p. 363

  • Relative to what does light move at velocity c?
  • People in any state of motion
  • Stars and Planets
  • Both—even same light, same time

Cosmic Reality vs. Observer Relativity


 Centauri B


8.6 years

Light c

4.3 years

  • What causes the emission or absorption of a subatomic particle by an atom or nucleus?
  • People observing it
  • Unknown Physical Factors
quantum mechanics
Quantum Mechanics
  • “Quantum mechanics, however, regards the interactions of object and observer as the ultimate reality. It uses the language of physical relations and processes rather than that of physical qualities and properties. It rejects as meaningless and useless the notion that behind the universe of our perception there lies a hidden objective world ruled by causality; instead, it confines itself to the description of the relations among perceptions.”

Robert Eisberg and Robert Resnik, Quantum Physics (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1974) p. 88.

special relativity
Special Relativity
  • Restricted Principle of Relativity:“All laws of nature are the same in every uniformly moving coordinate system (CS).” (including that of every human observer)
  • Invariant c: The velocityof light,c, is alaw of physicsfor every CS.
  • Lorentz transformations: relate measurements made in co-moving frames

No mention of the Cosmos, matter, or causes?

motion is only relative
Motion is Only Relative?
  • There is “no such thing as an independently existing trajectory, but only a trajectory relative to a particular body of reference.”

Relativity, The Special and General Theory p. 10.

  • “Relativity” means that all motion and laws of motion are merely relative to any chosen observer or CS, not uniquely related to the matter and space of this Cosmos!
space and time
Space and Time
  • To keep c constant for the observer, “space” and “time” are made variable—as per the Lorentz transformations between frames.

 = √ 1-v2/c2

  • Einstein claimed he had thus rendered the ether “superfluous”.
  • He had merely changed the program: From describing the Cosmos to describing our conscious experiences!
general relativity
General Relativity
  • General Principle of Relativity: “All CSs (observers) are equivalent for the formulation of the laws of nature whatever may be their state of motion”.
  • Einstein tried to “relativize” gravity and acceleration—describe them as nothing but types of transformations between co-moving frames!

No mention of the Cosmos or of physical causes!

space time matrix
Space-Time Matrix
  • Attempted to produce a single set of “laws of nature” valid for any observer in any state of motion—including accelerated!
  • This didn’t work
  • Minkowski helped Einstein produce a second version: the space-time matrix
  • The “Cosmos” represented, reconstructed, as a set of space-time measurements made by observers—inside-out!
space time
  • Is not an objectivistic model of the physical Cosmos
  • It is a mathematical representation of the observers’ experiences and measurements.
  • It is subjectivistic in that it assumes that light travels at c relative to every observer
  • It’s “physical reality” is a set of observed “events” and the space-time intervals that observers measure between these “events”.
the space time interval
The Space-time Interval
  • Simply adds a “timelike” imaginary 4th axis to Descartes’ 3 spatial axes
  • c2dt2 —the square of the distance light travels at c in the observer’s time
  • It is composed of the one thing that observers agree upon when c is absolute for each—the intervals that they measure between observed “events”.


einstein on the interval
Einstein on the Interval
  • “The chronotropic interval has no physical meaning or significance.”

quoted by T. Levi-Civita, Nuovo Cimento, 13, 45 (1936).

space time misunderstood
Space-Time Misunderstood

“The space-time curvature around the Earth acts on fast or slow balls in exactly the same way. It tells these balls how to move.”

No. Space-time is the observer’s 4-dimensional descriptionof the motion of objects in a gravitational field. Space-time does not causeanything!

berkeley triumphant
Berkeley Triumphant
  • Relativity, in original or space-time form, fulfills Berkeley’s program for a physics that merely described the rules that control our sensations and measurements.
  • Physics reduced to observer-based measurement concepts
  • Physical theory abandoned
  • Natural philosophy suppressed
relativity and qm
Relativity and QM
  • Science should just describe what the observer experiences and measures—the contents of his consciousness!
  • Science should not attempt to relate motion to the matter and space of the Cosmos
  • Science should not seek the underlying causes of quantum events.
the confusion
The Confusion
  • Physicists believe they can use the concepts in these models in a common sense way to describe and understand the nature of Cosmic reality and causes of Cosmic phenomena!
  • These models were not designed for that purpose!
the crux void vs ether
The Crux: Void vs. Ether
  • If the subjectivistic, observer-created reality is true, then there must be no evidence that there is any observer-independent space or Cosmos!
  • Space itself must have no physical qualities and must cause nothing.
  • But applied physics always requires observer-independent spatial frame-ether!
  • How does Relativity cover it up!
no ether
No Ether?

Space has nophysical qualities—it is a void. But in a void there could be:

  • Noresistance to acceleration
  • Nounique light velocity indep. of source
  • No limiting velocity for matter
  • No redshift of moving atomic spectra
  • No resolution of the twin/clock paradox—need third frame to break the symmetry
  • No physical cause of gravity, inertia, clock-slowing with velocity, or of anything!

Unless all these things happen by MAGIC!


Ether Physics vs. Relativity

8.6 years


 Centauri B


Light c

4.3 years

What’s the relative velocity of the spaceship and the light in this Cosmos?

What light velocity does the spaceship measure?

lorentz before einstein
Lorentz before Einstein
  • Lorentz Ether Theory: Relative velocity is 1.5c, however due to slowing of the ship’s clocks and shortening of its length caused by its velocity in Cosmic electromagnetic space, the ship’s crew will measure light’s velocity as c.
  • Einstein Relativity: Relative velocity is c because velocity c for light is a law of physics valid for all observers or frames.
relativity vs causality
Relativity vs. Causality
  • Einstein’s Special Relativity (SR) retained Lorentz’s clock-slowing and length contraction effects, but dropped the Cosmic context and the cause!
  • Lorentz’s Theory works.
  • Does Relativity work?
twin symmetry
Twin Symmetry

Paradoxes arise because Relativity claims that all motion is merely relative to any arbitrary frame of reference.

Any two frames in relative motion have identical trajectories in each other’s CSs—in Relativity each twin can consider himself stationary and the other moving!

A third frame is required to break thesymmetry!

(clue: The Cosmos, ether, inertial space, etc.)

twin paradox
Twin Paradox

In Reality, it is always the twin who moves relative to the nearby celestial bodies (Cosmic distribution of matter) that is the younger one!

Motion is NOT merely relative—it is Cosmic!

global positioning system paradox
Global Positioning System Paradox
  • If all motion is merely relative motion, why does the GPS system relate light velocity and clock-slowing ONLY to the non-rotating Earth frame?
  • Relativists claim “It’s just simpler!”
  • Maybe “simpler” implies “cause”!
  • Remember Copernicus?
aberration paradoxes
Aberration Paradoxes
  • If aberration were caused by relative motion only, then why don’t the stars in a binary system shift in their apparent positions in accordance with their varying velocities relative to the Earth-observer?
  • Stark’s experiment: the direction of light arriving from stationary and high-velocity moving atoms at the same location is identical.

Ann. Phys. 4, 77 (1925).

  • Fact: Aberration is always and only due to the motion of the observer (in the frame in which light moves at c.)
sagnac paradox
Sagnac Paradox
  • Around the circumference of a rotating platform (disc, Earth, etc.) light’s velocity is c +/- v.
  • Working principle behind laser gyroscopes.
  • Light travels East on Earth at c – rotational velocity, West at c + rotational velocity (465m/s at Earth’s equator).
  • Light travels at c in the non-rotating frame of the Earth! Not relative to any observer!
relativity is wrong
Relativity is Wrong
  • Every trajectory is a unique path relative to near and distant distribution of matter in this Cosmos.
  • There is ALWAYS a preferred frame—the physical space/ether we call the local gravitational field
  • Light propagates at c relative to the distribution of matter, not the observer.
why don t they get it
Why Don’t They Get It?
  • To resolve these paradoxes, Relativists introduce a third frame (space-matter frame)
  • They then deny that they have done so, or they claim that this is still Relativity!
  • Their confusion and denial makes debate with them a fruitless endeavor.
  • Yes, the space-time model works—because it incorporates the effects of ethereal space on the observer’s measurements!
einstein admits it
Einstein Admits It
  • “Recapitulating, we may say that according to the general theory of relativity, space is endowed with physical qualities; in this sense, therefore, there exists an ether. According to the general theory of relativity, space without ether is unthinkable; for in such space there not only would be no propagation of light, but also no possibility of existence for standards of space and time (measuring-rods and clocks), nor therefore any space-time intervals in the physical sense.”

Ether and the Theory of Relativity, 1920

einstein forbids ether theory
Einstein forbids Ether theory

“But this ether may not be thought of as endowed with the quality characteristic of ponderable media, as consisting of parts which may be tracked through time. The idea of motion may not be applied to it.”

Ether and The Theory of Relativity, 1920

Note to self: “Tryto apply the idea of motion to it.”

the source of the confusion
The Source of the Confusion
  • Einstein admitted that in the field of epistemology he had been an “unscrupulous opportunist”, resorting to realism, idealism, positivism, and Platonism as the situation seemed to require.

Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist, p. 684.

  • The Relativity program requires no ether
  • The facts indicate that space is ethereal
  • Einstein failed to resolve the contradiction
the ether taboo
The Ether Taboo
  • Disciples lack the insight of the Master!
  • Ad hoc fixes for Relativity and QM allowed.
  • Mention “ether” and you’re out!
  • Truth usually lies where one is forbidden to look!
natural philosophy
Natural Philosophy
  • The creation, criticism, and testing of theories about what exists and causes our experiences.
  • Uses all the tools of human cognition: logic, mathematics, and theory
  • Goes beyond our consciousness to theorize about what exists and how it causes our existence and causes what we experience.
reconstruction of philosophy hierarchical cosmism
Reconstruction of Philosophy:Hierarchical Cosmism
  • Ethereal—EM, light, gravity,
  • Physicochemical—subatomic, atomic, etc.
  • Biological—life
  • Neuropsychological—higher animals
  • Linguo-mythic—early linguistic humans
  • Conscio-philosophical—our potential

Lower level entities and processes are organized in new

ways producing higher level entities and processes

reconstruction of theoretical physics
Reconstruction of Theoretical Physics
  • Metaphysics:Cosmism over Idealism
  • Epistemology:Objectivism and Causal Theory over Subjectivistic modeling
  • Method: Physical hypotheses before measurement assumptions
  • Macrocosm: Ether Theory over Relativity
  • Microcosm: Physical theory over QM


how to think ethereally
How to Think Ethereally
  • A knew, mostly unknown substance
  • Not matter as we know it
  • Ascribe to space whatever physical qualities are needed to fit and explain the facts.
  • Beware of analogies with known substances and processes
  • Strange qualities OK. Contradictions are out.
modern ether surrogates
Modern Ether Surrogates
  • Frames (inertial, Earth, Sun-Star, etc.)
  • Gravitational field
  • Rules—light velocity independent of source
  • Space (without “-time”), curved space
  • Higgs Field—to give particles inertia in QM
  • Strings, Membranes
  • Additional “curled up” dimensions
  • Dark Matter
  • Parallel universes
what do we know about ether
What Do We Know about Ether?
  • EM medium—transmits light at c, redshifts spectra of moving atoms
  • Is massless—mass (inertia/gravity) is due to an interaction between matter and space
  • Resists the acceleration of matter (inertia)
  • Is accelerated by mattergravity
  • Resists the superluminal motion of particles
  • Causes the shortening of objects moving with it (Lorentz contraction—if it exists)
of matter and space
Of Matter and Space
  • Newton’s absolute space was a single, Cosmic, Euclidean ether that resisted the acceleration of matter.
  • Lorentz’s ether was Newton’s ether plus EM—the medium in which light moved at c
  • If ether affects the motion of matter, shouldn’t matter also affect the motion of ether?
einstein s insight
Einstein’s Insight

What is fundamentally new in the ether of general relativity as opposed to the ether of Lorentz consists in this, that the state of the former is at every place determined by connections with the matter and the state of the ether in neighboring places…”

Albert Einstein, Ether and the Theory of Relativity, 1920

Can we translate this insight into a physical theory of the ether?

principle of equivalence
Principle of Equivalence
  • Einstein likened being accelerated by a rocket in deep space with sitting on a planet’s surface.
  • The observer can’t tell the difference without special instruments!
  • Gravity and inertial acceleration are different aspects of the same phenomenon
  • Inertial and gravitational acceleration are both acceleration wrt space!
  • In gravity, space is accelerating Earthward!
inertial space ether
Inertial Space=Ether
  • Matter does not naturally accelerate wrt space/ether
  • If forced into acceleration wrt space it experiences weight
  • Free fall in a gravitational field is weightless—a state of non-acceleration wrt space due to falling towards the gravitator
  • On a planet’s surface, one is in a constant state of acceleration wrt accelerating space
gravitational acceleration
Gravitational Acceleration
  • If matter causes its surrounding inertial space to accelerate towards itself at a=GM/r2, then all the Newtonian aspects of a gravitational field are explained
  • No need for an added gravitational “force”
  • Inertial space flows!
  • What’s its velocity at a given height outside a mass?
gravitational velocity
Gravitational Velocity
  • The velocity at any height will be the sum of the accelerations experienced from infinity to that radial distance r.
  • This is equal to the Newtonian escape velocity -- 11.2km/s at the Earth’s surface
  • Can this velocity explain other aspects of gravity?
gravitational velocity1
Gravitational Velocity
  • A clock held stationary at any given height in a gravitational field should slow just as if it were moving at the escape velocity from that height.


gravitational redshift
Gravitational Redshift

The formula for the gravitational redshift is:




Which is the SR/Lorentzian formula for the redshift due to velocity.

unified theory of redshift
Unified Theory of Redshift
  • Atoms in motion in space or held stationary in gravity are both redshifted by their velocity in space.
  • Unification: Instead of two causes—velocity and gravity—there is one cause.
  • The mathematics of Flowing Space mathematics work and are much simpler than GR.
expanded principle of equivalence
Expanded Principle of Equivalence
  • FS expands Einstein’s principle of equivalence of gravitational and inertial acceleration to include the equivalence of gravitational and inertial velocity, and adds a causal hypothesis!
  • This expanded POE unifies Newtonian, Lorentzian, and Einsteinian physics.
flowing space
Flowing Space
  • Inertial and electromagnetic ether-space that flows into or out of all matter with
  • a=GM/r2(Newtonian acceleration)and
  • (Newtonian escape velocity)
  • This yields both the Newtonian and the “relativistic” effects of gravity and of velocity
black holes
Black Holes
  • If space flows into a mass with the velocity of light, then light itself cannot escape:
  • This is the known formula for the Schwarzschild radius of a black hole:
gravitational lensing
Gravitational Lensing
  • General Relativity formula for angle of deflection:
  • Since
  • the angle of deflection is:
  • It’s a simple spatial velocity effect!
flowing space reproduces gr s successes much more simply
Flowing space reproduces GR’s successes—much more simply
  • Herbert Ives, J. Opt. Soc. Am., 29, 183 (1939).
  • Herbert Ives, J. Opt. Soc. Am., 38, 413 (1947).
  • Robert Kirkwood, Phys. Rev., 92, 1557 (1953).
  • Robert Kirkwood, Phys. Rev., 95, 1051 (1954).
  • Tom Martin, General Relativity and Spatial Flows: I. Absolute Relativistic Dynamics,
  • Tom Martin, On the Motion of Free Material Test Particles in Arbitrary Spatial Flows,

arXiv:gr-qc/0411060 v1 12 Nov 2004

Mainstream physicists have not applied the model to weak gravity situations where it works equally well.

dark matter
Dark Matter?
  • Newtonian/Einsteinian physics contradicted by apparent excess gravity within and between galaxies and star clusters
  • Ad hoc hypothesis—“dark” matter in a halo outside the galaxy.
  • Universe is 90-99% dark matter
  • Soooo-Why is there no dark matter in our solar system?

Nick Strobel's Astronomy Notes.

inertia and gravity 2 aspects of the inflow process
Inertia and Gravity—2 Aspects of the Inflow Process
  • Matter is a field of acceleration within space—gravity.
  • Matter interacts dynamically with its surrounding space—this tethers mass in space so that any additional acceleration is resisted.
  • To accelerate matter wrt space, one must apply a force—creating opposing accelerations in space and thereby tension
  • Attach suction hose to sphere
  • Immerse in body of water
  • Harder to accelerate with

hose on than off

  • Analogous to tension created in massless ether by dynamic interaction of opposing accelerations.
  • Two sinksattraction (gravity)
  • More sinksincreased attraction
gravitational attraction
Gravitational Attraction

Opposing accelerations in space—causing spatial tension that pulls the masses together

Henry Warren

density dependent mechanism
Density-Dependent Mechanism

To relieve tension, space must flow into the system from outside. Increased density of gravitatorsexcess gravity.

Henry Warren

fs and excess gravity
FS and Excess Gravity
  • In small flat system space easily flows into the plane of the system from above and below alleviating tensionNewtonian multiplication of sink accelerations
  • In dense star groupings or among galaxies, spatial inflow into region from outside is insufficient to reduce tension
spatial entrainment
Spatial Entrainment
  • A celestial body creates a uniform radially symmetrical field of spatial flow in its surrounding space
  • As it moves through space, every celestial body must sweep a large volume of surrounding space into its own free-fall motion—its gravitational field completely conditions the surrounding spatial “frame”
  • No experiment on Earth can detect motion
  • Space is entrained into the Earth’s freefall motion but not spun into rotation
  • 465m/s E-W ether wind at equator
  • Stellar aberration NOT eliminated by entrainment
  • CMB Doppler shift NOT eliminated
  • Provides the physical mechanism for Mach’s principle
  • GR assumes entrainment (non-physically)
fs and galaxial rotation
FS and Galaxial Rotation
  • All galaxial stars are entraining space into their revolutionary motion
  • Much of the space/ether of the galaxy is rotating with the stars—the galaxial inertial “frame” is rotating.
  • Stars require higher velocity in rotating frame to avoid collapse.
  • Our solar system is flat and less denseno rotational frame dragging.
spatial flow
Spatial flow
  • Not an ideal fluid:
  • has units L3T –1.has units L3T –2.
  • represents a volume rate that changes with time—it decreases as space approaches Earth.
  • There is volume loss!
  • Is space compressing? Condensing? Disappearing? Elongating?

::Different sink flow velocity

  • Unlike GR, predicts that a falling clock will run fast—the fastest clock falls with the escape velocity at any r.
  • Vertical light velocity anisotropy (+/- escape velocity) may be detectable astronomically—implied by black hole
  • Anomalous motion and clock-slowing effects at the gravitational saddle point of the Sun and Earth and at other parts of the boundary between the solar and terrestrial flows. (Martin)
fs superior to sr gr
FS superior to SR/GR
  • Cosmic-Objectivistic—vs. observer-subjectivistic
  • Much simpler—conceptually and mathematically
  • No twin paradox—ether velocityslower clock
  • Unites acceleration and velocity—both relative to the ether—no disconnect.
  • Unifies transverse Doppler redshift—always caused by velocity in ether
  • A physical theory—provides a foundation for Cosmology and for theoretical physics: Macrocosm and Microcosm
beyond consciousness to cosmos beyond relativity and quantum theory to cosmic theory1

Beyond Consciousness to Cosmos: Beyond Relativity and Quantum Theory to Cosmic Theory

Why We Have No Physical Cosmology, and How to Start Creating One

Henry Lindner