## What are your key questions? We will work from the largest to the smallest. We’ve start with cosmological models, then look at the finite-infinite transitions, then at light, and finally at space and time.

**Work projects**:

· **Change every watch in the world**. If we determine how many seconds have passed since the universe began, can there be a universe clock? My email to the USA’s time keeper.

· **A chart of the universe for every classroom**. Why not? It is an excellent STEM tool, plus it opens the challenge about the first 67 notations.

· **Push the religions of the world to grasp foundations that are not historic**. What is infinite? How did it all begin?

· How did these Planck units come to be? …Planck Length? …Planck Time?

## Refining Our Cosmological Model

· **How might Neil Turok be right when he says, “Big Bang theory is wrong”?**

· **How can dozens of others be credible, but still not quite right?**

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##### REFERENCES:

INTRODUCTION/OVERVIEW

SESSIONS 1-9: MODELS OF THE UNIVERSE