The Static Universe: Exploding the Myth of Cosmic Expansion
Year: 2010 Pages: 2
This paper is a precis of my new book by the same title. The Static Universe is a collection of empirical arguments against the notion that the Universe is systematically and holistically expanding. It is pitched at the informed reader with some elementary understanding of physical science and astronomy, although it is couched in conversational English and eschews mathematics. Readers who digest the popular works of Patrick Moore, Brian Greene, Stephen Hawking, and Martin Rees should have no trouble following the arguments. Included is a glossary of terms. It does, however, also accommodate the serious scholar with technical footnotes and an extensive schedule of academic references. There are 9 chapters, and several addenda.