Posts Tagged ‘cosmology’

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

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008 by Aridian PR
Our Undiscovered Universe Podcasts


Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.


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?
  • Also available on iTunes! Search “Null Physics” and Subscribe Now!

    [Slashdot] [Digg] [Reddit] [] [Facebook] [Technorati] [Google] [StumbleUpon]


    Wednesday, June 25th, 2008 by Aridian PR

    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.

    Pay attention. Your world is changing.

    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.

    Victoria Lansdon
    Public Relations Director
    Aridian Publishing
    (321) 773-3426

    [Slashdot] [Digg] [Reddit] [] [Facebook] [Technorati] [Google] [StumbleUpon]

    Is the Big Bang ‘falsifiable’? (Part I)

    Saturday, June 21st, 2008 by Terence Witt

    As I have repeatedly tried to pin Big Bang proponents down with specific questions, I have noted a discouraging tendency toward obfuscation. I understand that the model is more suited toward description than having the kind of explanatory power that can tell us, for instance, why there was a Big Bang or what caused it. All I have been looking for is a precise, self-consistent set of premises. It’s like that ‘whack-a-mole’ game, where you ask one question and the answer slips away into a general relativity hole, and you ask another and the answer gets lost down the special relativity hole. So this process has led, quite naturally, to whether or not the Big Bang is actually falsifiable. In other words, is there an observation that, if made, would show the Big Bang to be false? String theory, for instance, is not currently falsifiable because it has made no predictions that are within the range of our test equipment. Many physicists shout ‘foul’, but the (art/math/philosophy) that is string theory rages on unabated. I wonder, however, whether the Big Bang is not falsifiable for an entirely different reason: are its foundational principles so malleable that it can be adjusted to any conceivable observation? Please allow me to share the discussion that led to this idea.

    I had been told recently, by a few credentialed physicists (who shall remain nameless), that the galactic vortex proposed by null cosmology is simply not possible. To this I responded, excellent! You see, if there is no galactic vortex as predicted, then I can conceive of no possible way of undoing a galaxy’s fusion to create new hydrogen (for future fusion), which leads directly to the spectacular and unequivocal failure of null cosmology! In this way, null cosmology is falsifiable, as should be the case with any good physical theory. But then I responded, “if we do find this ‘impossible’ vortex, will that invalidate the Big Bang?” The answer was no; but it might cause some major adjustment to its current version of universal or galactic evolution. Then the grim reality suddenly dawned on me, and I asked a more global question:

    Can you conceive of an observation that, if confirmed, would demonstrate that the Big Bang was false?

    This particular discussion group could imagine no such observation.

    Alas poor science, I miss you so.

    [Slashdot] [Digg] [Reddit] [] [Facebook] [Technorati] [Google] [StumbleUpon]


    Wednesday, May 28th, 2008 by Aridian PR ( to host discussion forum to critically examine and debate new scientific ideas and popularly held theories.

    Minneapolis, MN (May 28, 2008) – This summer, one of the country’s leading engineers continues in his mission to right the course of modern physics. Coming in June 2008, author Terence Witt releases his widely anticipated website, (, featuring a revolutionary science forum tentatively titled My Discovered Universe.

    The objective of My Discovered Universe is to critically and objectively address all things as they pertain to scientific exploration. Topics for discussion broadly range from universal cosmologies to nuclear physics.

    “This forum is certain to become the standard to which other forums are compared,” said Witt. “Exploration is the essence of science, and we have lost this because paradigms such as the big bang have been unjustly ratified by academia despite fatal flaws in their framework. We need to set aside political and fiduciary agendas and get back to the discovery aspect of science.”

    My Discovered Universe promises bring people together from diverse scientific backgrounds and varied levels of education. Professional, academic, and science enthusiasts are welcome and encouraged to participate.

    “It’s all about recognizing the importance of exploration,” said Witt. “Society likes to hold tightly to theories regardless of evidence. This creates dead ends from which no hope for discovery can escape. We need to keep exploring and encourage participation.”

    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.

    Victoria Lansdon
    Public Relations Director
    Aridian Publishing
    (321) 773-2785

    [Slashdot] [Digg] [Reddit] [] [Facebook] [Technorati] [Google] [StumbleUpon]

    Our Undiscovered Universe Blog is proudly powered by WordPress
    Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS).