'More Light on the Expanding Universe' is Released
"More Light on the Expanding Universe" by Les Hardison proposes a system of treating all time-related quantities differently than modern physics accepts, overturning many theories regarding space, time, and motion.
As a retired mechanical engineer, Hardison has spent decades pondering the state of physics. His analysis has allowed him to resolve paradoxes in modern physics while simplifying many complex theories.
"I was able to come to conclusions which are quite different from those of Albert Einstein and other brilliant, well-known physicists," said Hardison. "I think that Einstein chose a very carefully defined system for defining time and the meaning of simultaneity, but he failed to consider that this wasn't the system used to measure the speed of light."
The book serves as an expansion to Hardison's previous work, "A New Light on the Expanding Universe."
"More Light on the Expanding Universe" proposes a novel conception of physics and presents the ramifications of asserting that light travels from a source to any detector instantaneously rather than at a finite velocity.
About the author
Les Hardison graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1950 with a degree in mechanical engineering. During his working years, he was a petroleum process design engineer for UOP, Inc., and later technical director of UOP Air Correction Division. During the last twenty-five years of his working career, he was president of ARI Technologies, Inc., a small air pollution control company that developed, among other things, the LO-CAT Hydrogen Sulfide Oxidation Process. He has recently been awarded a US patent for the development of a system for viewing ordinary TV programs in 3-D without special glasses or alterations to the television set or program production. To learn more, please visit http://www.morelightontheexpandinguniverse.com.
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