A Little Book of Coincidence: in the Solar System by John Southcliffe Martineau
A Little Book of Coincidence: in the Solar System John Southcliffe Martineau ebook
ISBN: 1904263054, 9781904263050
At face value it is a small guide to the solar system. But in fact my guess is that nothing even remotely like this book has ever appeared in print before. A most unusual guide to the solar system, A Little Book of Coincidence suggests that there may be fundamental relationships between space, time, and life that have not yet been fully understood. A Little Book of Coincidence: in the Solar System · Download A Little Book of Coincidence: in the Solar System. They were inspired by the remarkable work of John Martineau, who wrote “A Little Book of Coincidence”. Also note that Martineau has recently published a follow up to his original effort, the new book entitled A Little Book of Coincidence, Wooden Books, Wales, 2001 (in the USA, Walker Books, New York). The planets of our solar system (as well as the satellites of these same planets and many of the other denizens of the deep space) have several unique mathematical relationships which are often ignored in astronomy textbooks. By contrast, our Moon is about forty times further away from Earth, but because Phobos is much smaller and less massive than the Moon, it has little appreciable gravitational influence on Mars and is much smaller in the Martian sky. Only exactitudes over 99% are even reported. In a recent post to a Yahoo group, Ken said there is a beautiful book called A Little Book of Coincidence (Wooden Books) which highlights all the remarkable patterns that the solar system makes as it turns and spins. It is about the highly exact geometrical relationships pervading the whole solar system and rich in pi and phi. Is there a secret structure hidden in the Solar System? A Little Book of Coincidence: in the Solar System by John Southcliffe Martineau. A Little Book of Coincidence: in the Solar System pdf download. These images are highly accurate geometric models of our solar system. John Martineau's superb A Little Book of Coincidence has a page about a discovery made by Alex Geddes which relates the products of mean orbital radii of planets in our solar system through a series of elegant ratios. Best to refer you to Amazon Books.