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Big-Bang? Do you believe it? I don’t. Being a career engineering-physicist, I always look for proof. For 50 years I have tried to prove the BB to myself. I have reviewed Slipher’s red shift observation, reinterpreted it, and corrected Hubble’s declaration, (the universe is not expanding and exploding to its death, instead, it is growing with vim and vigor). Red shift defines velocity, not acceleration or deceleration. So, I developed the New Universe Theory which is believable because it complies with known facts and the Laws of Physics.

About Bobby McGehee

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Career Engineering-Physicist Bobby L McGehee was born in 1927 and reared in Enid Oklahoma. He served in the USMS and USAF; Studied at Oklahoma State University; qualified for three degrees: Engineering-Physics, Physics, and Secondary Education. While taking graduate courses he was employed by the Head Professor of the Physics Department to teach undergraduate physics. During his exciting 32 year career in the aerospace industry he was honored with Boeing Engineer-of-the-Month and Engineer-of-the-Quarter awards. He was an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and served on the Board. His career was Research and Management for developing, building and operating Aerodynamic and Propulsion Test Facilities, including; Boeing's first Supersonic Wind Tunnel for Propulsion testing, Boeing Wichita's first Jet Engine Test Stand, the Large Anechoic Test Chamber, and many others. After retirement he returned to college for three years to study Astronomy, Chemistry, and Geology. To his dismay, he found the Big Bang Theory was still the astronomy community's only answer for the origin of the physical universe. McGehee set out to solve the origin puzzle with a scientifically plausible answer, which is the subject of this book. But now, with the BB as the generally accepted answer, McGehee had to also prove the impossibility of the BB. He is currently a member of the Astronomy Society of the Pacific, American Association of Physics Teachers, and American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is an avid student of scientific discoveries, and often attends local and national scientific lectures.
Published July 29, 2005 by Authorhouse. 336 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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