The SO-FLINE-BEC Model of Universal Origins (1973-2008): Fulfilling the Predictions of Einstein, Descartes, Planck, Kuhn, et al
|Title||The SO-FLINE-BEC Model of Universal Origins (1973-2008): Fulfilling the Predictions of Einstein, Descartes, Planck, Kuhn, et al.|
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|Author(s)||Alexander A. Scarborough|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
|No. of pages||4|
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In 2009 Stephen Hawking, the world-renown physicist, startled the world of science (Discover, Nov 2009) by his influential, accurate statement: "There was no singularity," a definitive fact of the SO-FLINE-BEC model of universal origins -- and perhaps a death knell for the Big Bang myth. In fulfilling the specific predictions made by Descartes, Einstein, Planck, Kuhn et al., the new model is the only known concept capable of fully complying with these and other authoritative foresights. After 35 years of researched origins, and publications of the Energy Series in ten cumulative editions, the new model is now soundly based on the five laws of planetary motion (FL) that furnish definitive clues to origins and evolution of universal systems: from Void to Energy to Universe in a five-stage sequence of origins (SO), followed by the five-stage evolution of planets (and moons) (IN-E) at rates in accord with mass, while in tune with the five laws, relativity, and E = mc2. The fundamentals of the new model provide a solid foundation for relatively easy solutions to universal anomalies -- just the opposite of the Big Bang myth that makes these solutions unattainable. Each discovery of the space probes continues to further validate the new model.