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Novel Research in Sciences

How Would You Act in My Place?

Otto E Rossler*

Faculty of Science, University of Tübingen, Germany

*Corresponding author: Otto E Rossler, Faculty of Science, University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany

Submission: April 17, 2021;Published: May 3, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/NRS.2021.07.000666

Volume7 Issue4
May, 2021

Opinion

I found a big result: Zwicky 1929 was right. For the new fundamental science of Cryodynamics, the belatedly encountered sister discipline to deterministic Thermodynamics which my Tübingen school has discovered, confirms him. He anticipated it in effect. So, the cosmos is eternal and unbounded as seen by Saint Auguistine, while the famous Hubble redshift law is caused by the dynamic interaction between the passing photons on the one hand and the cauldron of moving galaxies on the other [1].
But Stockholm stands in the way of the new truth. And so does CERN: Two giant industries. You cannot possibly make more enemies in science in one stroke. So, I need a very powerful reader to become my supporting pillar. Thank you that I am allowed to solicit your advice. Take care, everyone.
Your Otto
P.S.: In the Saar Land, there is a common saying: “In every family there is one Otto.” The same holds true for the family of scientists at large. My signature entered above is a living proof.

References

  1. Rossler OE, Kuske F,  Fröhlich D, Diebner HH, Böhl T (2017) A primer for deterministic thermodynamics and cryodynamics. Complexity and Synergetics pp. 391-413.

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