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Started this discussion. Last reply by Stephen Mooney Feb 13. 11 Replies

It always comes to this(Realizations about the fundamental nature of the Universe)Stephen Mooney ”Although the impact upon cosmology is beyond anything that has occurred before, even exceeding that…Continue

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Stephen Mooney replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"Right. I see. There are some very strange ideas around."
Feb 13
Lumberjoe replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"Clearly hasn't read Time Cube. http://timecube.2enp.com/"
Feb 13
R. Max 2.0 replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"I don't know how accurate this is, but I laughed hard at the part where he thinks Donald Trump is a jew. "
Feb 11
Liam Strain replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"I'll read it later, and do my best to address it on its merits, but doing a quick search on the writer, I don't have high hopes.  http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Miles_Mathis"
Feb 11
Stephen Mooney replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"How long is too long and why?"
Feb 11
Braeden replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
Feb 11
Stephen Mooney replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"The Universe either is or it is not self-creating. Adopting the self-creating alternative does not require the existence of some form of entity or process that is outside of the process the is the Universe and that, therefore, the self-creating…"
Feb 11
Sir replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"I recommend starting with "the most fundamental[,] rational and scientific position possible," which doesn't assume that the universe is self-creating, doesn't assume the universe is infinite in space and time, and doesn't…"
Feb 11
Stephen Mooney replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"You haven’t commented on the other observations in my essay. I would be interested in any response that you have."
Feb 11
Stephen Mooney replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"See Miles Mathis at http://milesmathis.com/tired.pdf"
Feb 11
Liam Strain replied to Stephen Mooney's discussion cosmology
"You cover quite a lot of ground here, and I'm not going to delve into all of them, but I did want to point out one early one. Zwicky's "Tired Light" theory, is not supported by any observational tests, and actively falsified by…"
Feb 11
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It always comes to this(Realizations about the fundamental nature of the Universe)Stephen Mooney ”Although the impact upon cosmology is beyond anything that has occurred before, even exceeding that of the heliocentric theory of the solar system, the impact upon the way in which every person on Earth views their existence is even greater.”1 *           * On the 24th of September in 2015 it was announced that a gravity-wave had been detected by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave…See More
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