Core Concepts: Introduction

In the AAM, atomic particles and phenomena are not just modeled after astronomical bodies and phenomena. Atomic particles are astrological bodies, in a smaller universal scale. So, as we learn more about the astrological bodies, we also know more about atomic particles, and vice-versa.

In this respect, the AAM is a self similar atomic model. One of the greatest pioneers in a self similar model of atoms, solar systems, galaxies, and more, is Robert L. Oldershaw, an independent researcher, loosely affiliated with Amherst College. The AAM shares the general idea, but differs widely in respect of Roberts models and theories.

The AAM shares, and has adopted, many ideas, viewpoints, and assumptions from Glenn Borchardt. Glenn is the director of the Progressive Science Institute, and has published many scientific papers and is the author/co-author of the following scientific books.

  • The Ten Assumptions of Science
    The first of Glenn's books outlines the assumptions of scientific pursuit. These assumptions set the foundation of Glenn's philosophies, views, and theories.
  • The Scientific Worldview
    The most comprehensive of Glenn's books, again, touches on the 10 assumptions of Science, and the ramifications of these assumptions. Plus, a very down to earth description of the nature and mass and motion.
  • Universal Cycle Theory
    Glenn teams up with Stephen Puetz to describe many similarities between atoms and astronomical observations. Although the AAM strives to make the same types of comparisons, there is a large difference between the two theories.
  • Infinite Universe Theory
    In this digital (Kindle) text, Glenn concentrates more on the assumption of infinity and what it means, and outcomes.

Many of the ideas behind the AAM are also shared with Bob (Particle Guru) and David (Dissident Science) de Hilster. Both Bob and David also subscribe to many of Glenn's ideas, and have overseen many years of work developing their own down to earth physical models based on common sense and physical reality.

One idea central to the AAM, is that our solar system is the equivalent of a hydrogen atom. I need to point out that planets in the solar system do not represent what is the current concept of electrons within an atom. If this were the case, then our solar system would need to have a single planet. In the AAM, both the hydrogen atom and our solar system have a single electron plane.

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