Wednesday, April 11, 2012

New Stuff a' comin'

Lots of changes coming wrt to the current YouTube channel and a new one that I'm starting to help get word out about the Webb Space Telescope, so stay tuned.

Most of this work will begin in a couple of weeks because I'm still laying the groundwork and putting together some content ahead of time so the launch of the channel doesn't sit empty.

Here is me using my words in my outside voice telling you basically the same thing, only it's more interesting cuz it's video...


5 comments:

  1. Hey Tony, it's been a while since you've graced my podcast playlist. What is happening? Hoping you haven't given it up...

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  2. Come back to us!!! I NEED MORE SPACE!!!!

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  3. the universe is a fractorial energy pattern whose expansion and its evelution are inextricably linked. it expands by fractorial decomposition (raidiaton to you)there is nothing in the universe that is still in its original state of compression ie there is no part of the pimeveil atom left in its original state, its expanded, (raidiated)the big bang or decompression was proberbly the result of a lenz law reaction. hendrick lenz 1834.LOOKUP eddy current on wikipeadia it explains the reaction the force which was compessing the energy (gravity to you) reverses its effect and instead of pushing its now pulling hense the energy expands it looks just like an explosion (the big bang)I dont have the time to write my model of the universe tonight but it all makes sense and only uses known and proven science reactions and it is complete there is nothing unexplained.if it works in math it works in physics so i am told.If you take every number that can exist in lodgic and add them together you get 0 everything is the sum of its parts and that is the stating point you seem to be stuggeling with but our universe is not the starting point our cosmose is only one of many if your interested i can prove it. not just in theory but in fact. i can even show how in theory you can make your own universe which is seperate to ours, or how you can have something bigger than our universe inside something smaller than a tenise ball.its also feasable to remodel the universe we are in however we choose.a little food for thought.

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  4. Love your videos, especially the one about the Hubble Deep Field.. absolutely amazing!

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  5. looking forward to the images, or the video about the James Webb telescope.. I read where the project might be scrapped, is there any truth to that?

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