The Vital Vastness - Volume Two, The Living Cosmos
Size: 6 x 9
Publication Date: March-2002
Author: Richard M. Pasichnyk
The planets, though at first appear quite different, are actually very similar when noting a myriad of phenomena. All display a Field-dynamical structure similar to the Field-dynamical Earth Model (FEM) presented in Volume One.
The planets, though at first appear quite different, are actually very similar when noting a myriad of phenomena. All display a Field-dynamical structure similar to the Field-dynamical Earth Model (FEM) presented in Volume One. Star and planet formation, galaxies, galactic clusters and super clusters, and even, the large-scale structure of the Universe are also structurally similar with comparable phenomena. Some craters, and tektites, are the result of explosive ejection, not impact. The Tunguska event was one such event here on Earth. Unusual meteorites and animal falls are also the result of ejection. Our sun (as well as other stars) also displays the Field-dynamical structure of the other celestial objects. The planets, especially the Earth, do affect solar activity, but it is the result of an electromagnetic coupling, not the often suggested and discarded gravitational scenarios. The Sun, Moon and Earth are a single unit, as noted in a myriad of phenomena. Much, much more is also uncovered in this volume. Throughout both volumes the conclusions are clear, life has dominion over the Cosmos, and we need a new mindset in our exploration of it. The most important direction for humanity is to understand that the care and nurturing--love--of life is of the utmost importance if we want a world filled with peace and plenty. The last book in the series, In Defense of Nature, reveals the prehistory and history of human interaction with the Living Earth and Cosmos, disclosing the unrest and destabilization when we do not know of life's paramount importance.
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Author||Richard M. Pasichnyk|
|Book Format||Perfect Bound Softcover|
|Size||6 x 9|
|Publication Date||Mar 1, 2002|