Contact

David Dilworth

P.O. Box 100

Charmel, California, 93921 USA

Cosmology at 1hope dot org

(No Twitter, No Texting, and definitely No Facebook)

4 Responses to Contact

  1. zdravko dokuzovic says:

    Hi,
    I have an idea of how the universe looks like. It is a purely speculative idea. Do you publish things like that?
    Regards,
    Zdravko

    • David says:

      Thank you for your note Zdravko.

      The best way for us to publish your Cosmology idea (connect with most readers and easiest for me) is to first fill out a “Physical Cosmology Hypothesis Application Form

      Then, having pulled most readers on board using familiar ground, feel free to explain the big picture and details to your heart’s content. You can send in a Word .DOC file (not docx)

  2. JuergenK says:

    Hello David,

    I like your blog very much.

    But it has little problem. When I open cosmologyscience dot com slash cosblog
    I always get this post:

    “Key Cosmology Experiments: Original Papers-Full Text. Part 1
    Posted on February 16, 2013 by David”

    Clicking on the “home” button doesn’t change that.

    If it weren’t for the RSS reader, I would consider your blog dormant since Feb 16, 2013.

    • David says:

      Thank you for your note JuergenK.

      I’m glad to learn you enjoy CosmologyScience.com

      You have identified an important Blog administrative / layout decision.

      To help those who are new to this website, I intentionally chose to feature what I feel are the most important articles at the top as “sticky” posts.

      The downside, as you helpfully point out, is that the newest articles are not on top.

      Let me apologize for the confusion – as it is not my intent to have you or any other reader inconvenienced.

      For experienced visitors to CosmologyScience.com (including me) it is a bit annoying.

      What I do to get the newest articles is to check the right hand column for newest posts.

      Since we do not have the name recognition or website development money of Scientific American, Sky and Telescope, or Discover magazine it is difficult to get into the first 10 websites in search engines so people can even find our website at all.

      However, I may revisit that decision now that CosmologyScience.com recently reached #1 in most web searches for “Best Cosmology Blog.”

      Thank you again for your encouraging idea.

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