OUU Podcast #1: Cosmology – The Application of Null Theory And The Cosmic Fusion Cycle

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OUU Podcast #1: Cosmology – The Application of Null Theory to the Universe.

Welcome to the first in a series of podcasts that explore Null Physics as presented in the book, “Our Undiscovered Universe” written by Scientist and Engineer, Terence Witt.

Topics for discussion include Null Physics as applied in Cosmology including the centerpiece of Null Cosmology, the Cosmic Fusion Cycle.

Also in Episode 1:

  • Null cosmological model compared to the Big Bang Theory.
  • Interpretation of Redshift in Null Physics to the Big Bang’s interpretation.
  • What is the cosmic fusion cycle and how does it work?
  • The Challenges faced by Null Cosmology.
  • Null Physics prediction for galactic cores of the Milky Way and Andromeda Galaxies.
  • If we discover galactic vortices, will it spell the end for the Big Bang Theory?
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