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Gregory Hodowanec
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Gregory Hodowanec (Abstracts)
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  • Gravitational Impulses (1989) [Updated 6 years ago]

    In Electronics Experimenters Handbook, January 1989, page 114.

  • All About Gravitational Waves (1986) [Updated 6 years ago]

    April 1986.

  • Rhysmonic Cosmology (1985) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Gregory Hodowanec   read the paper:

    Cosmology, in its broadest sense, may be defined as the study of the universe in terms of its origin, its fundamental makeup, and its development in time. Many theories of cosmology have been proposed, and each assumes one or more models by which various phenomena, which are sensed by man or his instruments, are explained. Most of these theories and models are incomplete and thus leave room for alternate theories and explanations. Rhysmonic cosmology is a "new" theory which starts from fundamental premises and therefore builds-up a model of the universe from a firm foundation. It is the aim of this monograph to introduce the reader to these new concepts and to lead the reader in the development of this cosmology in a logical manner.

    The theory will not only explain much of what is assumed to be known of this universe, but will also develop new knowledge which will lead to testable predictions and perhaps new and fascinating technologies. The theory also provides logical explanations for many present day enigmas, especially those of an astronomical nature. While the author recognizes that this material is yet incomplete, sufficient information and data will be provided to enable many other independent investigations into this new cosmology. The author hopes that many opt to do so.