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“Yet Another Shocker- Galaxy Types Arranged Around Earth!”

Commentary by: Rick DeLano President: Stellar Motion Pictures Producer/Writer: The Principle Here we go again. Our last few updates have reported the ensemble of earth-oriented alignments, beginning with the CMB “Axis of Evil” first brought to the attention of the filmgoing public in “The Principle” in 2014. Since then, the alignments have….multiplied, shall we say. Quasar polarization. Galaxy spin direction. Velocity flow. Fine structure constant. All observed and reported to lie preferentially […]

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The Axis of Evil Just Got a New Brother!

Image Credit: Max Tegmark Article by: Robert Sungenis Chairmen: Stellar Motion Pictures Executive Producer: The Principle and Journey to the Center of the Universe.   Have I got some news for you! I’m sure you have all followed the story that was made popular for common consumption by our movie, The Principle, that the universe is not as homogeneous as the Big Bang model predicts. If this doesn’t mean much to […]

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What’s So Cosmic About This Cosmic Microwave Background?

In 1964, In NJ, two astronomers, Penzias and Wilson, who were interested in measuring radiation in outer space, discovered the cosmic microwave background while experimenting with a 6m horn antenna. This is usually referred to as an accidental discovery, because they were not specifically searching for the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB). At the same time Robert Dicke at Princeton had developed a theory that such radiation should exist as a […]

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What Is “The Principle,” Anyway?

The Copernican Principle The Copernican Principle states that the earth is not in any specially favored or central location. The Copernican Principle is a philosophical assumption of modern cosmology. In modern cosmology, it has been generalized, and related to the Cosmological Principle. Based on the Standard Model which is formulated using Einstein’s General Relativity, and specifically with the Friedman-Lemaitre-Robertson-Walker (FLRW) metric, one can say that if one holds the Copernican […]

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What Is Evil About The Axis Of Evil?

The Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) Radiation contains small temperature fluctuations. When these temperature fluctuations are analyzed using image processing techniques (specifically spherical harmonics), they indicate a special direction in space, or, in a sense, an axis through the universe. This axis is correlated back to us, and causes many difficulties for the current big bang and standard cosmology theories. What has been discovered is shocking. Two scientists, Kate Land and […]

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Response to Sky and Telescope Re: The Principle

Response to Camille Carlisle about The Principle Camille Carlisle is the Science Editor of Sky & Telescope Magazine Response by Robert Sungenis, Executive Producer of The Principle, and author of the series Galileo Was Wrong: The Church Was Right NB: Robert Sungenis’ critique of Ms. Carlisle’s review has been requested to be posted at the Catholic blog site: http://truthandcharity.net/protecting‐faith‐from‐pseudoscience‐a‐review‐of‐the‐principle/#comment‐10281, since this site is where Ms. Carlisle posted her review Camille […]

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Message From “The Principle” Producer/Writer Rick Delano For People Of Faith

Some ideas are so powerful that they have burned heretics, overturned civilizations, and turned our view of reality upside down. The Copernican Principle is one of them. This simple idea- that we occupy no specially favored or central location in the universe- lies at the very heart of the modern scientific world. In fact, this single idea brings that modern world into existence. Christians and people of faith generally have […]

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Whence the Controversy Over The Principle Documentary?

subtitle: What Are They Afraid Of? Cosmological documentaries come and go. Most of them, such as Cosmos with Neil deGrasse Tyson, follow the lead of established science, and basically promote the established view of the universe. Most of them, with the exception a few big ones such as Cosmos (and the earlier series with Carl Sagan), go largely unnoticed by most, other than a small group of people who have […]

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