OurUndiscoveredUniverse.com (http://www.OurUndiscoveredUniverse.com) to host discussion forum to critically examine and debate new scientific ideas and popularly held theories.

Minneapolis, MN (May 28, 2008) – This summer, one of the country’s leading engineers continues in his mission to right the course of modern physics. Coming in June 2008, author Terence Witt releases his widely anticipated website, OurUndiscoveredUniverse.com (http://www.OurUndiscoveredUniverse.com), featuring a revolutionary science forum tentatively titled My Discovered Universe.

The objective of My Discovered Universe is to critically and objectively address all things as they pertain to scientific exploration. Topics for discussion broadly range from universal cosmologies to nuclear physics.

“This forum is certain to become the standard to which other forums are compared,” said Witt. “Exploration is the essence of science, and we have lost this because paradigms such as the big bang have been unjustly ratified by academia despite fatal flaws in their framework. We need to set aside political and fiduciary agendas and get back to the discovery aspect of science.”

My Discovered Universe promises bring people together from diverse scientific backgrounds and varied levels of education. Professional, academic, and science enthusiasts are welcome and encouraged to participate.

“It’s all about recognizing the importance of exploration,” said Witt. “Society likes to hold tightly to theories regardless of evidence. This creates dead ends from which no hope for discovery can escape. We need to keep exploring and encourage participation.”

About Terence Witt
Null Physics is Terence Witt’s passion. He is the former CEO of Witt Biomedical and is a visiting scientist at Florida Institute of Technology. “Our Undiscovered Universe: Introducing Null Physics” is Witt’s first book. All the proceeds from “Our Undiscovered Universe” will be donated to scientific research.

Victoria Lansdon
Public Relations Director
Aridian Publishing
(321) 773-2785

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