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    Does Gravity Alone Rule the Cosmos?

    Post  Seashore on Mon Apr 13, 2015 12:33 pm

    Published on Apr 11, 2015

    For nearly three years we have reported on countless discoveries that challenge the foundations of modern cosmology and astrophysics. Today we routinely hear of celestial objects ranging in scale from stars, galaxies and quasar groups that should not exist if the standard astrophysical models are correct. However, it seems that these discoveries, no matter how baffling or unexpected, rarely seem to force any real reassessment of the foundations of popular theory. And all of these theories arose from a basic underlying principle of an electrically sterile and disconnected Universe.

    Today we examine the theoretical core of modern astrophysics and cosmology. Our guest is physicist Eugene Bagashov, whose research is in theoretical physics, and who currently works at the Joint Institute for Power and Nuclear Research – Sosny. Eugene is scheduled to speak at the forthcoming conference, EU 2015, Paths of Discovery, taking place June 25th to 29th in Phoenix, AZ. Today, Eugene offers a brief introduction and preview of his talk, where he will explain that the observed movements in the Universe cannot be created with the gravitational force alone.


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    To fall...... or not to fall...... on planet Earth.

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Mon Apr 13, 2015 1:47 pm

    Dragon-fish = fire-water

    From a metaphysical point of view, seashore, to me, the yin yang symbol shows the expanding and gravitational motion of life force
    energy, in a beautiful way. The two commas, or life-sperms, are not opposed or in conflict with each other. No struggle for power or
    use of space. It's a gentle and wise balance to me. They're entwined by the perpetual circling and division, like 2 swimming fishes with
    the true nature of the other companion mirrored in their eyes, to each other. And by that happening, they're able to be aware of them-
    selves and each other, motivated to play the endless game of life, circles within circles, materializing as physical form.

    As far as I've learned about gravity and "dark matter" the electric nature of the Universe seems to be an expanding linear motion,
    expressed in (other and )90 degree angles, like in a cube. A tendency towards the masculine aspect. The magnetic nature of the
    Universe seems to be a gravitational spiraling motion, expressed in curves and round forms, like in a sphere. A tendency towards
    the feminine aspect. Eugene Bakashov describes this as a favorite point of view, in the last part of the Space News tubby you posted.

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    Re: Does Gravity Alone Rule the Cosmos?

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    Re: Does Gravity Alone Rule the Cosmos?

    Post  Seashore on Mon Jun 22, 2015 1:50 pm

    burgundia wrote:

    I was curious so I used Google Translate to translate the home page of from Russian into English.  

    Here's an excerpt:


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