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New astronomy book to be featured at the American Association of School Librarians Book Exhibit in Minneapolis, MN on October 26-30, 2011

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From author Ronald Billing, PhD comes an explosive book that provides evidence for a new scientific theory on the structure of the universe and shows that the big bang theory and origin of stars has new evidence to consider.

The Big Bang Theory is the most well-known theories about how the universe came to be. Ronald Billing, PhD, proposes a new theory where the Universe we see originates in our solar system. Its stars may not be suns, but synchronized electrons and subatomic particles from the sun and the large gas giant planets in the outer solar system. This theory provides a new way of how small sub atomic particles interact to form planets. The book relies on the comparison of pictures of nebulae and the surface of planets and moons to show the similarities of our solar system with distant object thought to be many light years away. The reader is encouraged to compare images to see for himself if there is any evidence of the projection of the Orion Constellation from Mars or are hurricanes identical in shape to galaxies. It is written so that children can learn From the pictures. However the quantum mechanics and astronomy are difficult for the best scientists to explain.

The author has always been interested in approaches to research and how scientists can be misled when They begin from a theory that is not proven true. He thinks the Big Bang Theory research went too far in speculation from the solar system and the atoms and molecules people know. In The New Universe And Origins Of The Stars, begins by asking basic questions. “What are stars and Nebulae?” and “What are electrons and where do they originate?” He explains “How storms and weather come from space?” and “Where do our water and minerals come from?” He also discusses the need to solve the problems of energy and global climate changes and how they are part of a New Universe. Did God create the universe? 0r as some scientists say the laws and properties of the particles know what to do AND WHERE WE ARE GOING. Do extraterrestrials Live in another world and have they been to earth? Why thousands of craters are all the same shape.

“The theory of the new universe proposes that it consists of our solar system controlled by charged subatomic positrons from the Sun and electrons from Jupiter focused like lasers through Io, Deimos Phobos and Mars to Earth,” says the author. The theory presented here is derived from the scientific evidence available and its purpose is to advance science and not to disrespect the work of others.

As readers browse through the pages of this informative read, they will find new scientific evidence as breathtaking images of outer space are compared. The author points out, “Can you read X ray or radio wave images? If you do not understand a term such as a black hole you can read about it in the encyclopedia. This term may not be used by our children.” For more information on The New Universe And Origins Of The Stars, interested parties may log on to

About the Author
Ronald Billing received his BS at Liverpool University, England and his doctorate in biochemistry at Glasgow University, Scotland in 1969. He has published over one hundred twenty peer reviewed articles in scientific journals and books. He worked at California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, where he found the amount of the genome used was less than thirty percent. For twenty-five years, he was a professor at UCLA doing pioneer research in transplant rejection and cancer treatments. He has two US patents on novel treatments for cancer treatments using synthetic antibodies. He has always been interested in approaches to research problems and how astrophysics is explained to the public. One of his favorite astronomers was Carl Sagan who pioneered the TV Cosmos series and gave the amateur astronomers a new look into space and the structure of the Universe from its origins in the Big Bang. He thinks the Big Bang Theory research went too far in imagination from the solar system and the atoms and molecules people know. They produced the planet on which people now need to solve problems of energy and global climate changes. The book is a discussion of these problems and how they are part of a New Universe.

Publication Date: March 26, 2011
Picture Book; $21.99; 40 pages; 978-1-4568-3132-5
Picture Book Hardcover; $31.99; 40 pages; 978-1-4568-3133-2

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