Alexander Alan Scarborough Explains Origins in New Book
Albert Einstein once said, "When the right answers are found they will be simple and beautiful." It was this quote that inspired author Alexander Alan Scarborough to pen his nonfiction analysis of the origin and evolution of universal systems, "Origins of Universal Systems: A Brief History of The Right Answers...Simple And Beautiful" (published by Trafford Publishing).
Unique in that it interlocks all historical and real-time relevant discoveries, "Origins of Universal Systems" studies the ongoing origins and evolution of universal systems while revealing what Scarborough says are the fallacies of the Big Bang concept.
"Origins of Universal Systems" is especially suited for those seeking definitive truths about origins and evolution: scientists, high school and college students, and those in the general public who have an interest in the relevant physical sciences."
"Two key discoveries opened floodgates to definitive answers," Scarborough says. "First, recognition of how Earth created - and still creates - its hydrocarbon fuels (gas, oil, coal), water and land via internal nucleosynthesis/polymerization principles based on E=mc2, and second, the five laws of planetary motion (three by Kepler, two by Scarborough) that reveal definitive clues to ongoing origins and evolution of all universal systems via the author's revolutionary SO-FLINE-BEC model (1975-2008)."
"Origins of Universal Systems"
By Alexander Alan Scarborough
Softcover | 8.25 x 10.75 in | 346 pages | ISBN 9781425165857
E-Book | 346 pages | ISBN 9781466964471
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Alexander Alan Scarborough has bachelor's degrees in chemistry and chemical engineering. He is the recipient of the initial Sagnac Award from the Natural Philosophy Alliance's international peers. He is the author of numerous books, including "Fuels: A New Theory," "Undermining the Energy Crisis," "From Void to Energy to Universe," "The Spacing of Planets: The Solution to a 400-Year Mystery" and "Origins of Universal Systems."