Comprehending And Decoding The Cosmos
Discovering Solutions to Over a Dozen Cosmic Mysteries by Utilizing Dark Matter Relationism, Cosmology, and Astrophysics
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There are many mysteries involving cosmic phenomena. Jerome Drexler used 14 of these and his analytical concept of dark matter (DM) relationism to discover a promising candidate for dark matter, the source of ultra-high energy cosmic rays, and theories for star formation, starburst galaxies, and the emergence of DM halos. To test the validity of his discoveries, Drexler used another 11 unexplained cosmic phenomena discovered by astronomers primarily during 2005. Utilizing his same promising dark matter candidate, Drexler was able to explain in a plausible manner all 11 of these recently discovered cosmic mysteries. Drexler's research has led not only to an identification of dark matter and to plausible explanations for the 25 cosmic phenomena, but also to a deeper understanding of many aspects of the cosmos, leading to a partial decoding of the cosmos.
About the Author
Jerome Drexler, a former Research Professor in the Department of Physics at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and author of two astrophysics/cosmology books, began his career as a Member of the Technical Staff of Bell Laboratories. He has been granted 76 U.S. patents involving megawatt microwaves, laser recording, the LaserCard(R) optical memory card, and nanotechnology. He founded LaserCard Corporation (Nasdaq: LCRD) and has received honorary degrees from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, New Jersey Institute of Technology (D.Sc.), and Upsala College (D.Sc.) and the "Inventor of the Year Award" in 1990 for California's Silicon Valley. He resides in Los Altos Hills, California.