Sir please tell some of the books which are at easy English
The theory of everything! Should be there! 🤨
Do you have the pdf of these
Sir I have read two books A brief history of time and Brief answers to Big queations. They are very good and informative.I will also try other 3
We are happy to be involved in this program with our high precision high payload telescope mount an the 20ft control room.
I'm very glad to know that somebody is doing something about this problem.
Brian, we want know what event took place 13.8 billion years ago. What event gave two trillion galaxies all their energy? What event made them expand to the point of acceleration? Where did the matter come from in the first place?
It seems impossible to think someone has come up with the "Theory of Everything" but it has been found. 13.8 billion years ago, our universe turned itself into a gargantuan particle collider no different than any of ones here on Earth. They make quark plasma shrapnel and our universe made quark plasma shrapnel as the galaxies. They weren't born as gas and dust but made out of a plasma that uses the strong force between quarks and the Tau neutrinos of space which we call "dark matter". We live in an extremely tenuous field of these neutrinos that makes space exactly -459°F. Black holes are made of nothing but quarks and use dark matter as the catalyst to exist. When the quarks get separated from a sufficient enough collision, it is the sheer density and pressure of space that keeps the quarks apart indefinitely. They create the strong force but, when normal matter gets decimated to the point of quarks, dark matter is more dense. This plasma takes the incoming neutrinos that are dividing the quarks and throws it out of the reaction as optically invisible gamma rays. That is what a black hole is. It's just a star. This is the energy at the core of our planet because quark plasma uses quarks and the neutrinos of space to form neutrons first on the surface. They break down to hydrogen. The constantly forming neutrons fuse with the hydrogen to form helium using the beta minus decay reaction. The elements make the star get darker until the light goes out and a surface forms. Then the atmosphere is allowed to form. We live on an ex-black hole. Supernovae simply do not exist. They are unfortunate stars or black holes that get impacted by a huge, fast object.
Fusion is not what scientists are looking for. It is quark plasma and the reactor will be simple to build. It is the true "magic" energy science is looking for. After all, fusion has been created for 80 years and never worked.
Brian it's better to switch the left with the right image, then you can just use your eyes crossed.
Well, if itćs about Brian ' than the O2 will certailny be fully booked for May. And, on the ISS, as well. And, furthermore, on Marsć surface, with Elon Musk and me.
totally magnificent ty ty ty
Brian your dad would be so proud of you if only he could see this video, just as proof that all that schooling did teach you so much as well as your fantastic musical achievement which we all round the world have come to know you by! I don’t personally know you but am so proud of what you have achieved in so many different ways. Lots of love✌️
Wow this was fascinating using my OWL for the 3D bits and listening to the experts on how it was done, it opens a whole new way to look at just about everything we know with of course help from the those who put the hard work into finding these things out, for those who are not sure take a look and listen and you will be amazed! Thank you Brian for putting this together, I will definitely get the book now “ COSMIC CLOUDS 3D”. Much love, Alan.
I bought the glasses and the images were blurry
The entire milky way of it.
Great. I always wondered why we have two eyes.
Learned so much. Bought the book and cards. Have been agreat diversion from Trump, Covid and riots. Thank you.
Brian May wrote the Bohemian Rhapsody guitar solo
Missed the live stream. DAMN!
The 3d images are amazing in the video. The book is good. I am 65. I appreciate that the font is pretty big, I think a serif font would be easier to read. And I wish the print was a darker black, but I have noticed this problem with other books. Either ink is lighter than it used to be or the fault is in my eyes. Whatever, I really enjoyed the book. Thanks so much. I look forward to your next publication.
Brian everything is fantastic how fantastic are you who have trasformed a painful physical period into positive Congratulations I adore you❤️
An Excellent, Awesome & Very Interesting Presentation,
Thanks Dr. Brian May, Dr. David J. Eicher, J-P
Metsävainio & The Science Museum. Greetings ✌️
So cool! Love space!
Thank you again for arranging this book release online, it was so interesting to watch and the book looks absolutely stunning! Do you still have those autographed books in stock?