Friday, June 13, 2014 @ 11:00 AM Presentation starts at 11:30 AM
Topic: EXPANDING EXISTENCE: A Simple Explanation to the Cosmological Puzzle
Presenter: Dr. Johan Masreliez
Johan will give a summary of his findings, and introduce a new cosmos model that allows perpetual existence. Its predictions agree with astronomical observations, and the new model explains the nature and origin of Dark Energy and the recently discovered “accelerating cosmological expansion”. The SEC model implies that all freely moving objects lose momentum, which implies that motion of celestial bodies deviate from traditional celestial mechanics. Among other observable features this would explain the Dark Matter in galaxies. The SEC implies new thinking that offer an explanation to what causes the progression of time, and why the world is “quantum mechanical”. A possible explanation to the inertial force is also offered. If it turns out that this new model has merit it will revolutionize our world-view!
Born in Sweden 1939 Johan immigrated to the US in 1967 becoming an engineer at the Boeing Company in Seattle. He has a MS degree from the Royal Institute in Stockholm, Department Teknisk Fysik, and a Ph. D. degree from the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Washington in Seattle.
After a career as a research engineer at Boeing and later at Honeywell Marine Systems he started his own company, Analytic Technology, in 1978 based on one of his inventions. He ran this company together with his wife until selling it in 1995.
Since 1993 Johan has been conducting independent research on the Scale Expanding Cosmos (SEC) model and has over the years published a number of papers and essays on this and related subjects including the origin of the inertial force and the link between General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics.
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At the Millennium we will be in “The Millennium Room” to the left of the main desk. The hotel is providing a gluten-free hot buffet including both meat and vegetarian choices for $20.00.
Please let Paul Sperry know if you can come and if you will be bringing guests. It is really helpful if you can arrive early to partake in the buffet so we can start promptly at 11:30.