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Peter Trei

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Registered: 7/28/06
Re: nasa.gov/scientific-consensus
Posted: Jun 9, 2014 12:03 AM
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Thomas Heger <ttt_heg@web.de> wrote in
news:bvkmltFkfn9U1@mid.individual.net:

> Am 08.06.2014 23:25, schrieb The Starmaker:
>> Thomas Heger wrote:
>>>
>>> Am 08.06.2014 02:59, schrieb The Starmaker:
>>>

>>>>
>>>> Wait a minute here!
>>>>
>>>> Didn't you read this Science magazine issue????
>>>> http://pw1.netcom.com/~starmaker/The%20Starmaker%20Science%20Journal
>>>> /The-Starmaker-Science-Journal-2-abcd.jpg
>>>>
>>>>

>>>
>>> The use of Photoshop (tm) should be forbidden for certain people.
>>>

>>
>>
>> Is there anything with the 'contents' of the online science journal
>> magazine that you disageee with?
>>
>>
>> For example, where did all the water on earth come from? Mars? 'the'
>> moon?...
>>

>
> I assume something very similar to condensation.
>
> In this view stars and planets appear in certain regions, quite
> similar to drops in wet air.
>
> This is found in galaxies, where new stars appear in these 'arms'.
> This are regions, where already stars are. We have, in short, a
> positive feedback relation. And this would rule out big bang
> cosmology, that is based on dust of the big bang.
>
> My own concept is called 'structured spacetime'. According to this
> there exist an invisible medium and particles are patterns (or
> structures) within spacetime, what is assumed to be a medium.
>
> Particles are then more like a vortex and could eventually be created
> or destroyed.
>
> Now the planets attract energy from the universe by gravitational
> means and this is converted to matter inside the planet. This matter
> boils up to the surface, where it cools down.
>
> This is roughly the concept. But I have also written a 'book' about
> this:
>
> https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dd8jz2tx_3gfzvqgd6
>
> TH
>


You and the timecube guy should get a room.

pt


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