Exhibits for Tonight
-1. Images of ETI's from the Santilli Telescope
0. Images of ETI's from the Santilli Telescope
1. A conceptual rendering that the expansion of the universe implies Earth at the center of the universe
2. A view from Wikipedia of the funnel-type geometry of the expansion of the universe requiring Earth at the tip of the funnel, thus again Earth at the center of the universe.
3. A geometric rendering of the lack of universal values for all observers of the relative speed between galaxies with ensuing catastrophic inconsistency.
4. A conceptual rendering of the necessity for the big bang to have occurred near Earth, with ensuing dearth at the center of the universe, besides the need for a slow explosion to fill up the universe with an almost homogeneous distribution of galaxies
5. A conceptual rendering of the inconsistency of the expansion of space itself due to the conjecture of its acceleration.
6. The anomalous redshift of galactic stars which has not been represented by the conjecture of dark matter for which it was proffered.
7. The view of the Sun at Sunset is visual evidence of Zwicky's hypothesis of tired light
8. One of Santilli's scans establishing that the redness of the Sun at Sunset is indeed a new type of redshift providing experimental conformation ofZwicky's hypothesis of the Tired Light.
9. A view of the epicenter of the 1908 Tunguska explosion in Siberia showing large devastation without any crater.
10. A picture of the Hiroshima-typpicturee devastation caused by the 1871 Chicago Fire that melted bricks without a crater
11. The majestic event of matter and antimatter annihilation, that is, their entire conversion to light with the release of huge energy
12. The attraction of matter light and the repulsion of antimatter light by Earth's gravitational field
13. The index of refraction of matter light and its opposite for antimatter light
14. The structure of the Galileo and Santilli telescopes
15. The 2014 first detection of an antimatter galaxy in the Vega region of the night sky
16. Sample of balls of fires in the sky that are now seen the world over that can be best explained scientifically as due to antimatter asteroids.