The Big Bang Theory: A Bigger Picture of Consciousness in "Grand Slam Theory of the Omniverse"

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David Bertolacci proposes a groundbreaking new model of the universe’s creation in his new book

"Grand Slam Theory of the Omniverse"

The model is quite simple. Metaphorically speaking, if our entire universe is just the size of a baseball, then picture the stadium, parking lots, and surrounding areas as higher dimensions of the Omniverse.

What happened before the big bang? Today’s best minds in science agree that the Big Bang Theory is incomplete, but have yet to consider how events before the big bang shape our universe today. In a new controversial book, “Grand Slam Theory of the Omniverse,” professional geologist David Bertolacci introduces a recently developed scientific proposal – ushering in a new era of scientific discovery.

Bertolacci’s proposal of the Omniverse emphasizes an in depth model of the universe, leading to new explanations of mysteries like dark energy, the holographic universe, and even universal consciousness. The author holds nothing back as he presents a broader definition of the universe’s meaning, providing readers with an expanded perspective.

“What the Omniverse means to us is huge,” Bertolacci said. “The model is quite simple. Metaphorically speaking, if our entire universe is just the size of a baseball, then picture the stadium, parking lots, and surrounding areas as higher dimensions of the Omniverse.”

With this innovative understanding of the universe and the bigger picture, readers will be guided to a new path of self-discovery. Looking through the lens of modern scientific context, the Omniverse is a model of something greater than the universe – helping to unlock the secrets of the universe and mysteries modern science may not have yet solved.

For more information, visit http://www.grandslamtheory.com.

“Grand Slam Theory of the Omniverse”
By: David Bertolacci
ISBN: 978-1-4525-8421
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press

About the author
David Bertolacci is a professional geologist. In 2009, he earned a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science. Since then Bertolacci has worked to acquire knowledge about the universe by studying astronomy, physics, materials science and spirituality. He lives in California.

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