By Anatoly Fomenko,Paul Bondarosky,Franck Tamdhu,Mike Yagoupov
"Astronomy vs historical past" crowns rankings of years of meticulous and wide learn played by means of the eminent mathematician Anatoly Fomenko and his colleagues. This learn begun really as a incredible byproduct of Russian-american pageant in Moon exploration, whilst recognized NASA scientist Robert Newton found a truly unusual phenomenon in lunar mechanics.
This e-book is usually the second one quantity in "History: Fiction or Science?" e-series, the basic oeuvre that exposes and expounds the various inveracities of the conventional model of background. The e-series "History: Fiction or Science?" comprises information and conclusions that aren’t something wanting progressive. the choices provided to classical background are gorgeous, unorthodox to the level of being labelled heretical by means of nearly each student of heritage, and bold sufficient to be thought of preposterous in the beginning sight, even supposing this impact by no means lasts longer than it takes one to learn a number of pages attentively.
The writer dissects each old age and analyses the information from each resource that you can think of – Greek and Egyptian chronology take a great beating, and it is going speedily downhill from there. Ticho Brahe, Ptolemy and Copernicus take the blame for developing the legend of a legendary Classical age that by no means used to be and misdating mediaeval occasions by way of 1000's and hundreds of thousands of years as very old ones.
In "Astronomy vs. background" we're reminded of the an important function of eclipses in verifiyng the relationship of significant old occasions, of stone Zodiacs containg the real dates of such occasions. Our conception of historical past starts off to alter dramatically even earlier than we’re via with "Astronomy vs. History".
On one hand, Dr Fomenko et al name all people, historians together with, to aplly the Occam's razor to the area historical past. at the different, the scientists Dr Fomenko et al are able to realize their alleged blunders of recent Chronology idea, to repent and to retract if and basically if:
- radiocarbon courting equipment or dendrochronology move the transparent nameless 'black field' tests;
- astronomic facts refutes their effects on sun eclipses;
- it's confirmed irrefutably that Robert Newton (NASA astrophisist) was once mistaken calling 'ancient' Ptolemy the best conman in historical past in his 'Crime of Claudius Ptolemy' ;
At current historians are usually not keen to use unique sciences toolbox. watch out for the Occam's razor as their beatifull net of lies is just too fragile !
The radiocarbon relationship labs run their very high priced assessments provided that is the pattern to be dated is followed with an concept of age mentioned through historians on foundation of...subjective..mmm...gutfeeling and the heritage books they've been writing for the final four hundred years. Radiocarbon labs fortunately invoice for his or her fiddling and finetuning with C14 to get the dates 'to order' of historians. Circulus viciosus is ideal. attach the dots !
PS : Prescient Saint Augustine warned: 'be cautious of mathematicians, rather after they communicate the truth!'.
Dr Anatoly Fomenko is an entire Member (Academician) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, complete Member of the Russian Academy of ordinary Sciences, complete Member of the overseas greater schooling Academy of Sciences, healthcare professional of Physics and arithmetic, Professor, Head of the Moscow country college division of arithmetic and Mechanics. Solved the classical Plateau's challenge from the idea of
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