Wednesday, May 18, 2022

The Evolutionary Cosmos -- If You Liked "Interstellar--You'll Love This Innovative Book!

Captivating, engaging, and gripping…amust-read non-fiction science book that cannot be missed this year… A fantastic book that readers won’t be able to put down.

–Pacific Book Review

Westberg’s book—written with Orey—explores a wealth of scientific phenomena in language that’s vivid and accessible to lay readers.

--Kirkus Book Review


Painter Michael Leu

Intriguing facts that’ll surprise you . . . Did you know?

 Some scientists admit that they haven’t made any major progress about how our Universe works for over 50 years.

• It takes a novel approach to explain gravity as a physical phenomenon.

• Take the journey into one- and two-dimensional realms of magnetism that lead to our three-dimensional world. • Find out how eddy currents are the reasons behind cryovolcanoes on the minor planet Ceres to solar flares on the Sun.

• Get informed about Earth-threatening coronal mass ejections to global dust storms on Mars. 

 This book provides a reader-friendly understanding of Einstein’s theory of time dilation to Darwin’s theory, past and present-day. Enjoy close encounters of how these interesting topics—and more! come from outside-in thinking using existing new science data and logical thinking.

 Written from the perspective of a science enthusiast and progressive thinker, flanked by a veteran Earth-changes science writer and bestselling author, this book is one of a kind. A fascinating read, and cutting-edge findings make this gem a page-turner. Included are insightful theories to down-to-earth interesting anecdotes, along with must-have tools for you to find out more about Outer space. A candid and witty must-read. The Evolutionary Cosmos deserves two thumbs up for dishing out fresh ideas about the ever-changing Universe. This is a timeless gift book for anyone (of any age).


 Dust Storms on Mars

Storms in the cosmos is an interesting happening and one that has been on my brain from time to time. My son Jack and I have noticed that what we are mulling over with fascinating “should” and “could” questions—including cause of weather on Earth or planets—can have plausible answers. Our ideas, both usual and unusual, don’t stop anywhere in the Universe. Read more starting on Page 16.

 Ice Volcanoes at Ceres: Let me introduce you to ice volcanoes, also called “cryovolcanoes,” which are on the planet Ceres. An ice volcano on Ceres, however, would have no smell or sound because there is no atmosphere. It would initially be like a slushy from a convenience store and then become hard frozen. Earth-based cryovolcanoes would have an oozing sound. Page 21.

 Say Hello to Planet Mercury:   This littlest planet and is importance spawned a new idea that came to me one day while I was studying the different planets. Page 53. 

Solar Superstorms:  The idea of the Sun and superstorms is a reality. Solar tornadoes are not a new thought. Why? Page 64.

RICHARD M. WESTBERG is a science devotee and forward thinker. He holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Long Beach State College. After high school, he became interested in physics, and since then has perfected his self-taught passion for astronomy and space sciences.  The engineer learned how to repair TVs and have a handle on radio communication, and is a Carl Sagan enthusiast. A native of Southern California, he resides in Arizona.

CAL OREY is a best-selling author-journalist. She has a master’s degree in English from San Francisco State University. Her books include the hugely popular Healing Powers book series (containing scientific studies). She penned The Man Who Predicts Earthquakes, writes a monthly Earth Changes column for Oracle 20/20 Magazine, and is a frequent News Segment Earth-changes radio guest on “Coast to Coast AM.” She is a native Californian. 

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