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The purpose of this group is to give voice to those who are not satisfied with the present state of physics.

Physics is on the verge of another revolution similar to that which occurred in the early 20th century. Quantum Mechanics, Special Relativity, General Relativity, and Big Bang Cosmology are all on the table. Theory and observation indicate that the generally accepted models are inadequate. Whole hosts of Ptolemy “Epicycles” have been engineered to give present physics the appearance of continuing viability.

The tide has begun to turn as observations since 2006 to the present seem to disprove a Big Bang origin of the CMBR. First lensing then shadowing observations pointed to severe problems with the CMBR. Results of observation published in late 2007 seem to indicate shadowing expires after approximately 0.3 Z. In 2008 we have the announcement that Earth slingshot flyby's of space probes support some kind of Pioneer Effect. The latest observations show the need for a new galaxy formation model, radio noise indicating a colder radio frequency "CMBR", ultra-high-energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) without known sources, and a large group of galaxy clusters rushing in one direction that cannot be explained within conventional cosmology. In Feb 2011 first MOND then later MOG and other gravity models were shown to reproduce the velocity profiles of well-defined spiral galaxies without dark matter. It was also shown that "impossible" statistical celestial mechanics - individual epicycle fitting - is required for dark matter and General Relativity to reproduce spiral galaxy velocity profiles.



[Sir Isaac Newton in Kneller's 1689 portrait]

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