Trillion Theory

Jepko Publishing
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1st of 5 books in Ed's new cosmic theory series. TT rids us of Big Bang’s explosion origin. Today's current rendition of stars and solar systems make us believe cosmos is only 13.7 billion years old. TT shows cosmos as an ancient trillion-year entity recycled by black holes.

Ever wondered why our cosmos is so gigantic, or why there are billions of stars, solar systems, and galaxies? Well, Trillion Theory (TT) takes the wrapper off of those ageless mysteries.

TT theory illuminates our universe as never seen before. Seemingly, most universe secrets are extremely well hidden, making it difficult to know them. Thus, TT makes it a prime directive to dig far deeper than anyone else has ever dug to uncover these paramount secrets as to the age and operations of our cosmos. TT states that there is a very specific clever design of our cosmos, meant to keep us guessing about our well camouflaged universe.

Many of these hidden secrets are so well cloaked that it is taking us eons to discover the truths. Trillion Theory states, "To uncover these cosmic truths, such as origin and age of our cosmos, it is imperative for astronomers to see inside of the structures known as black holes. T Theory shows how black holes hold the vital keys to unlocking discoveries as to how our cosmos came to exist."

Therein, are you open to reading a new universe theory which TRUMPS the fraudulent Big Bang? Most definitely, Trillion Theory (TT) reverberates a new robust voice to cosmology theory.

This theory book is the first in Canadian Ed Lukowich’s 5 book cosmology theory series. Trillion Theory, in search of the true origin of our cosmos, demolishes the explosion notions associated with any type of Big Bang origin, thereby negating the Big Bang as a theory. www.trillionist.com

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Ed Lukowich, is a Canadian cosmology writer of a new enthralling non-fiction universe theory entitled Trillion Theory series, which consists of 5 book in the series, comprised of: Trillion Theory (1st book); Trillion Years Universe Theory (2nd book); Black Holes Built our Cosmos (3rd book); T Theory Says: Who Owns Our Universe (4th book) and Spinning Black Hole Inside Our Earth (5th book) in the completed Ed Lukowich cosmology series.
Ed is also the author of a super futuristic sci-fi novel entitled The Trillionist (under pen name Sagan Jeffries) which depicts the despicable actions of an older-than-dirt entity which deviously manipulates its planet along a path to disaster.
Ed is a former World and Olympian curler and National Coach turned sci-fi cosmology writer. See website www.trillionist.com for all of his cosmology and futuristic paperback books and e-books

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Jepko Publishing
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Published on
Dec 30, 2015
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Pages
205
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ISBN
9780991840861
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English
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Science / Cosmology
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