Kings Dethroned - A History of the Evolution of Astronomy from the Time of the Roman Empire up to the Present Day;Showing it to be an Amazing Series o (Paperback)
Exploring the history of the evolution of astronomy from the Roman Empire to the early twentieth century, Kings Dethroned attempts to debunk scientific facts with Gerrard Hickson's alternative theories.
From Nicolaus Copernicus to Albert Einstein, this 1922 volume tracks the scientific developments in the field of astronomy and traces the 'mistakes' made by well-known pioneers and practitioners.
Gerrard Hickson begins by questioning the distance from Earth to the sun and suggests that the accepted figure, 93 million miles, is incorrect. He explains that this error is the basis for many other inaccuracies in astronomy. The final chapters of the book try to refute Einstein's theories, including his Theory of Relativity.
The volume features chapters such as:
- - When the World was Young
- - Copernicus and Galileo
- - Giants of Modern Astronomy
- - The Distance to the Moon
- - A Galaxy of Blunders
- - The Birth of a New Astronomy
- - Einstein's Evidence
Proudly republished by Obscure Press, Kings Dethroned is now in a beautiful new edition and would make the perfect gift for those interested in alternative astrology or non-fiction literature concerning Flat Earth theory.