My views on Cosmology and Physics
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Popular cosmology has a few crucial problems, especially the two terms beginning with the word dark, and a third term having a hole, and the proclaimed continuing crisis with its most important constant which drives many wrong assumptions. Particle Physics also has a few problems, with one called a defect.
Physics has a few problems after adopting relativity with its space-time concept and abandoning Newton's absolute space and time. Newton assumed both were independent of all observers, while in relativity spacetime is driven by the special observer.
This site has several suggestions to help resolve those problems, initially in Facebook posts, later in books and free pdfs.
The author was forced to retire due to health in late 2016. In late 2018, I committed to research on cosmology, resuming an interest which began as a child.
Substantial material was accumulated.
This web site was created in April 2020, and maintains an archive of my posts to several Facebook groups.
In May 2020, I began another alternative for airing my views on cosmology, by self-publishing books. Amazon has KDP for a book's content and Amazon does the distribution. My first book was completed in June, 2020, the second in July, the third in August, and the fourth book in September began as a first draft, and finished in October.
The first 3 are about cosmology, but the 4th is about general physics, such as gravity. This resulted in a transition. I began research into concerns with particle physics.
A fifth book followed in December, about particle physics.
A sixth book followed in February 2021, about the atomic mode.
A seventh book followed in April 2021, returning to a topic in the first book, after extensive research into how we measure galaxies.
An eighth publication returned to a topic in the first book followed in May, 2021, describing LIGO, and its impact on cosmology and physics; its pdf is available for free
A 9th publication, in only pdf format, followed in May, 2021 as an integration of content from the first 7 books; this PDF is free.
A 10th publication in only PDF format, followed in June, 2021 on gravitational lens mentioned in 4th book; this PDF is free.
The 11th publication, in PDF, took superseded and enhanced content from the fifth, to share my explanation in a file outside of a book for purchase.
The 12th publication or 8th book was an important book to me to get my work with LIGO into the Amazon book market. This book drew on the 8th publication, which remains available.
My 13th publication or 9th book is very important, because I solved the fundamental problem in cosmology, redshifts. It drew on content in the 7th and 9th but with new content.
My 14th publication or 10th book began with the 10th publication ( a PDF) but enhanced and formatted to paperback.
After 10 books, I converted what might be the most important, the 9th which solved the cosmology crisis, into a web page format .My 16th publication is also my 1st web-book. This format is free.
My 27th publication is my 2nd web-book. The first book pointed out several problems with relativity, bu this web-book addresses all its issues.
Several of my books noted problems with relativity. That research was the foundation fora publication about relativity/ This was my 17th, and also my 2nd web-book.
Here is a separate page with supporting material for each book or publication, like links to references, errata, and distribution:
Books by the author
The site navigation menu has only 7 selections, but is too many for a menu bar at the top of each page on a narrow screen.
Home, Books, Posts, Comments, Research, Contact, About.
Home selection is the initial page for cosmologyview.com.
Books selection has information about my self-published books or publications, which are available in different formats. The standard format of a publication varied after 7 paperbacks. Total is 10 paperbacks and 4 free PDF files.
My 15th and 16th publications are a new format when presented as a series of web pages.
Posts selection has an archive of posts about cosmology and physics. These posts are to Facebook groups whose members have an interest in those topics. (*)
Comments selection has an archive of my more worthwhile comments to on-line topics which allow comments, such as a Facebook post or a YouTube video.
Not all on-line content allows comments. (this basic web site package does not support an exchange of comments; there is no blog here).
Research selection has material from my research to support the main topics, the posts and the comments to posts on other sites. Several data tables are provided in a pdf for a convenient reference.
Contact selection describes how to contact the author.
I post with my Facebook account which supports messages.
About selection has information about the site and its author.
(*) - added dated entry in this section of the 7 sections, in past 7 days
last change 01/25/2022