Uncommon Knowledge by Al McDowell

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"This book develops new science of gravity and light based on the century-old Le Sage theory of an “ether” that was replaced by Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. After presenting astrophysical data contradicting the theory that the universe is expanding from a Big Bang, experiments believed to prove Relativity are shown to actually prove the ether theory instead. Freedom from the speed limit of light enables a science of subatomic particles traveling faster than light to produce gravity, electric and magnetic fields, light, and radio waves. Major technical innovations include solving the two fundamental problems with the Le Sage gravity theory and extending this theory to electromagnetism and consciousness. This is a “theory of everything” that explains the heretofore-unknown causes of the forces of nature.

This book builds on the works of Zecharia Sitchin and other authors to explain how life developed on Earth and that evolution requires direction from intelligence that dwells in the subatomic particles on which this theory of gravity and light is based. Our biblical God is shown to be a composite of Sitchin’s extraterrestrial “gods” who colonized Earth and the intelligence that dwells alongside our own mind in the particles from which the universe is constructed and powered."
 

About Al McDowell

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The author received an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Syracuse University, graduating as the University Salutatorian. He then received a Ph.D. in business economics from Cornell University, writing a thesis introducing new theory and contradicting a few conventional beliefs that have been since shown false by others as well. His industrial career taught a great deal about science and technology, but only tangentially related to this book. He is not a member of any political or religious organization. He is now retired and married with three children.
 
Published October 26, 2012 by Authorhouse. 411 pages
Genres: History, Computers & Technology, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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