(PRWEB) April 3, 2005
Brian Johnston of http://www.temporaltheory.com has proposed that the universe is organized around harmonic temporal waves that have orderd and configured everything in nature that exists.
Perhaps the most controversial aspects of Johnstons' theory of everthing is that it states that is no matter, or energy, only time and that the resulting universe is configured in such a way that astrological influences are possible. Johnstons' theory has suffered a great deal of resistance from the academic community because of what it says about astrology, but the latest discoveries in cosmology made by Daniel Eisenstein of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey at the University of Arizona states that harmonic sound waves structured the universe and resulted in the the galaxies, stars, planets and us. This has been published at the web site http://cmb.as.arizona.edu/edu/~eisenste/acousticpeak/
Brian Johnston has been proposing that the universe is patterned around harmonic wave forms that resulted in the rapid organization of the universe in the first monents after the Big Bang. This rapid organization resulted in the harmonic structures that are seen throughout the universe. Johnston also states that the flow of time is harmonically structured as wel in a similar fashion to the physical universe. These structures are seen on the periods of the orbits of the planets, their moon and ring systems and in the general order of the universe. Johnston proposes that time structures itself harmonically and this results in the harmonic order of the universe as observed.
Daniel Eisenstein feels that his observations support the Standard Big Bang Model, while Johston does not. While they may differ in what they think happened during the first moments of the big bang, the resultant universes are very similar and their is very little disagreement between them. Brian Johnston's theory predicted the existence of the harmonic structures that have been discovered and this is a major milestone in proving that "God does not play dice with the universe."