Holder of a physical sciences degree, and a universitary formation in astronomy and astrophysics, Mario Cosentino undertakes independant research since about fifteen years. Its work concerns mainly the Micro-Macroscopic Relations, i.e. the bonds between the atom-world and the Universe-world - in the most perfect harmony. He proves the non-quantum-separability of these two infinities.

He discovered a simple law to calculate the distance from a planet according to its row in the solar system - more precise than the famous law of Titus-Bode, and whose geometric progression includes the 'belt of Kuiper'. This same law lead him to predict a hypothetical planet after Neptun with a high probability of existence, situated at 26 400 UA (cf. J.B. Murray & J.J. Matese) Its research also led him to sense a constant which could controls the thermonuclear fusion of the Sun heart.

Scientists of great fame recognize today the interest and the impact of his work:

- Jean-Claude Pecker, Collège de France astrophysicist, who gives a favourable opinion for a non Doppler-Fizeau spectral shift - in complete oposition with the actual interpretation of the cosmological model

- Bernard Milet, Nice Observatory astronomer and ancient UAI member, who prefaced its second book, encourages him for continuation of its work

- Didier Cornuet, CERN engineer, who enabled him to fill out its theory by the superfluid helium hypothesis for the missing mass

Author of two astrophysics books (Origine et destin de notre Univers par une nouvelle cosmologie [1993, volume 1], intended to a large audience, and Le New Big Bang, synthèse des modèles cosmologiques actuels [2001, volume 2], specially intended to a more advanced public of scholars and professionals), he developed since 1988 a theory known under the name of RMM.

This theory, taking account of the serious gaps or deficiencies of the new standard cosmological model (L different from 0), succeeds to surpass it theorically and towards data observations. Since volume 1 the RMM had predicted the collapse of the ancient cosmological standard model (L = 0). The new cosmological model, born in 2000, is, in regard to the RMM predictions, egally destined to disapear.

He is today the single person to propose, for the first time, a logical and coherent physical explanation to one of the big and tough enigma of our Universe (60 years-old): the 'BIG NUMBERS OF DIRAC'. He also asserted since 1993 the space-anisotropy, with a rotation of the Universe, slow certainly, but effective - and that is not in contradiction with the General Relativity. In 1997, two American researchers, Nodland and Ralston, came to the same conclusion,and aknowledged to him the fatherhood of this theory. Since this moment, the media baptised him the 'father of the Universe-axe'.

He is also, to our knowledge, the third person in France to refute the integral interpretation of the new standard model (his theory essentialy refutes the actual expansion of the Univers), after astrophysician Jean-Claude Pecker, and physician Jean-Pierre Vigier (Univ. P. et M. Curie).

This website encourages the study of his innovative ideas, first by a fast look in the heart of the modern cosmological model, inderlining his insufficiencies, and then by a proposal for a new cosmology, the RMM or New Big Bang.

Some fundamental questions will mark our reflexion:

- is really the redshift an evidence for the expansion of the Universe ?

- is the 2.7K Universe radiation an intrinsic temperature of the quantum vacuum ?

- what explanation can be given for the dark matter ?

- how can we explain the Big Numbers of Dirac ?

- As Planck has already done it, how is it possible - in equations and without free paramaters - to take the fundamental constants in order to emerge the cosmological paramaters?

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