Kings Dethroned: A History of the Evolution of Astronomy from the Time of the Roman Empire Up to the Present Day; Showing It to Be an A

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Gerrard Hickson proposes here a series of alternative theories of astronomy, the place of the Earth and Sun in the universe, and the mathematics of the cosmos. After a revelatory experience, Gerrard Hickson began to dispute the distances involved between the Earth and the Sun. This book broadens and expands its scope, questioning the validity of assumptions in astronomical science. Using the work of the ancient Greek and Roman scientists as a starting point, Hickson takes us through millennia of developments, asserting that the basis of established science is unsound and in need of substantial overhaul. Later chapters are occupied with refuting the theories propagated by physicist Albert Einstein. Conceding that the notion of relativity is clever, Hickson nevertheless posits that it is based on unsound assumptions and is thus invalid. For the author, relativity is ? alongside Newtonian physics and earlier theories of antiquity ? a further step toward the wrongness that defines conventional astronomy.

Author: Gerrard Hickson
Published: 06/19/2019
Pages: 62
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.23lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.15d
ISBN13: 9780359738205
ISBN10: 0359738206
BISAC Categories:
- Literary Collections | General
- History | General
- Science | Space Science | Astronomy

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