The goal of the conference is to increase communication between scientists whose research will lead to a better understanding of the universe.
Minneapolis, MN (June 25, 2008) – Terence Witt is bringing his message about Null Physics to the world. The author will lecture at the Crisis in Cosmology Conference during the week of September 7-11 in Port Angeles, WA . The event is hosted by the Alternative Cosmology Group. The title of the conference is “Challenges to Consensus Cosmology and The Quest for a New Picture of the Universe.”
“This conference is a wonderful opportunity to generate new research ideas and to discuss topics with other scientists,” said Witt. “I am looking forward to the opportunity to generate awareness of my book as well as to seek other points of view.”
The Crisis in Cosmology Conference seeks to address problems facing the scientific community in order to promote awareness of such problems and contribute to their solution. The conference also creates a positive environment to discuss theories and it promotes an open dialogue. The keynote speaker is Halton Arp. Arp is a critic of the Big Bang and believes in a non-standard cosmology incorporating intrinsic red shift.
The conference is organized into panels. Each member will focus on specific challenges. After each panel member presents a paper, a responder will review the paper, and general discussion will follow. Other scientists attending the event include Richard Lieu of the Department of Physics at the University of Alabama and Eric Lerner of Lawrenceville Plasma Physics.
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About Terence Witt
Null Physics is Terence Witt’s passion. He is the former CEO of Witt Biomedical and is a visiting scientist at Florida Institute of Technology. “Our Undiscovered Universe: Introducing Null Physics” is Witt’s first book. All the proceeds from “Our Undiscovered Universe ” will be donated to scientific research.
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