11 Oct What the Universal Model Means for the Public
By: Gregory McIver
It is my absolute privilege and I am thrilled to share a little about the Universal Model (UM). I just want to say upfront that if you are new to this information, be prepared for the most shocking scientific information you have ever witnessed. This will actually change the way you look at EVERYTHING.
A little about myself first. I love science, technology, so many other areas. I really want to know it all. In my public school education and my own personal research, I had run into many unsolved mysteries. Also, there were many “solved” concepts that I disagreed with. Some of my evidence didn’t fit with conventionally taught conclusions. When I was in high school and college I had asked my chemistry, geology, and physics teachers and professors questions they didn’t have answers for or their attempted explanations were lacking.
Ten years ago I met Dean Sessions, the author of the UM. It was one of the best things that ever has happened in my life. At that time he had already been researching and experimenting for at least 16 years.
The first 9 chapters of the UM is called the Earth System. The simple question of “How are rocks made” will lead you to sites such as:
https://www.learner.org/interactives/rockcycle/diagram.html with its description of Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic processes. It is so wrong in many ways. After you read the first section of the UM you’ll know more than most professionals about how our Earth was really made.
Don’t be surprised if you find yourself getting upset. It is a common reaction when you realize how much you’ve been taught just isn’t true. There is going to be a massive correction in the educational curriculum around the world.
The wonderful thing about the Universal Model is that it clearly displays new exciting scientific concepts never before known with so much confirming evidence that it will be difficult for any critic to formulate any substantial rebuttal. There is a lot at stake so there will be those who try. The dysfunctional ivory towers will crack and fall. This first Volume will amaze you and there are two more Volumes! I’m excited to see your reactions. Let me know what you think.
My name is Gregory McIver. Like the TV show MacGuyver, I am well rounded technically and handy. My favorite book category is “How To.” In high school and college I enjoyed the science and math classes which were some of my favorite subjects. I have substitute taught High School and Junior college classes and appreciate the interaction with others. My favorite past time is learning and I love good documentaries. The Universal Model has forever changed my life and I look forward to sharing with others the things I have learned during the last 9 years in helping with research and experiments in the UM.