The Static Universe: Exploding the Myth of Cosmic Expansion

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The Static Universe: Exploding the Myth of Cosmic Expansion
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Author Hilton Ratcliffe
Published 2010
Publisher Apeiron
Pages 258
ISBN 0986492620

"The Static Universe" is an anthem for the growing number of skywatchers who are heartily sick and tired of being led up the garden path. Is the Universe expanding? Maverick astrophysicist Hilton Ratcliffe, author of the highly controversial book "The Virtue of Heresy", argues that it is not, and if he's right, an entire body of science is brought to its knees. The impact of the ensuing catastrophe will be devastating, and the cost to those who doggedly defend the prevailing paradigm is inestimable. It certainly runs to billions of dollars. In a world where self-interest rules, the author of this shocking expos is literally putting himself on the line. Big Brother does not want you to read this!

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