Cosmology Views

New Cosmology

Current cosmology has a single simple fatal assumption:  galaxies and quasars are assigned a wrong velocity.

The details of that mistake are in the author's book, Observing Our Universe, which is the 6th of the Main 7 in this site.

Without the false velocities, Cosmology must become a science based on observation with verified evidence for a conclusion.

All theories for cosmology are to explain actual observations.

Without the false velocities leading down the wrong path cosmology can become relevant again.


Cosmology definitely has relevance at the level of our solar system.
The Sun affects life on earth with its light. It also affects our electronics with solar flares or other solar events.
An improvement in our understanding of the Sun is obviously helpful.
The other aspect of cosmology which is relevant involves when things are moving about and around the Earth.
Apparently a huge meteor wiped out the dinosaurs. It is useful to know when that will happen again.
Space probes visiting Jupiter and Saturn resulted in the conclusion the current configuration of moons around those planets might have settled down in the last 100-200 million years ago (mya). Saturn's rings are now thought to be formed in a similar recent time frame, 10-100 mya.
If we have concluded they settled that recently, we don't know what they were doing before settling.
Ganymede around Jupiter and Titan around Saturn are both bigger than Mercury. If either of those moons went roaming there could be a new "billiard ball's re-arrangement as they moved, if not severe damage when near the Earth.
By apparent coincidence, Titan and Earth are the only two thick atmospheres in the solar system dominated by Nitrogen.  Ganymede might have more water than Earth.

Cosmology has relevance for understanding rare events within our solar system; for that reason cosmology is important.


Cosmology currently has too many invalid assumptions. There are many posts and comments by this author. They are archived in the Posts and Comments pages available using those buttons at the top.

Here is a subset of some of the more important ones.

Some are not here if they were integrated into the book.

10/19/2019 - Metallicity and Safire


next 3 posts are related:

01/19/2020 - Supernova Verification

01/23/2020 - Plasma Planetary Nebula

01/24/2020 - Significant Stellar Variations in Brightness


01/29/2020 - Solar System 1km Debris  - -  asteroids!

next 3 posts are somewhat  related, as overviews:

02/01/2020 - 3 Spheres of Astronomical Data

02/07/2020 - EU for Dummies

02/24/2020 - EU for Children


02/08/2020 - Galaxy Redshift Data Revelation


04/07/2020 - Spiral Galaxy Magnetic Field

EU community might have 2 different explanations for a spiral galaxy M.F.


4 Quasar posts:

05/20/2020 - Arp's Misleading Quasar Sample

05/22/2020 - Questioning Arp's Quasars

05/23/2020 - Hydrogen Alpha Lines-- is also reference material

05/24/2020 - Electrical Explanation For a Quasar Spectrum


3  posts about matter and stars:

05/28/2020 - Star Types and SAFIRE--  is also reference material

05/24/2020 - Misnaming the H II Region

06/01/2020 - Story of Electrons and Protons

The 2 above posts explain the various transitions from the structured atomic model,  through the layers of metallic hydrogen in a star, to the galactic H II regions which are clouds of protons,  or the building block of a star.

The Thunderbolts Project offers references for the Electric Universe cosmology.

This author has only a few disagreements with this evolving approach.


created - June 2020
last change - 07/01/2020