Pythagoras: “All is Number” the “Music of the Spheres” Intervals between harmonious musical notes always have whole number ratios. Playing half a length of a guitar string gives the same note as the open string, but an octave higher; a third of a length gives a different but harmonious note; etc. Non-whole number ratios, on the other hand, tend to give dissonant sounds. Pythagoras described the primary building blocks of musical harmony: the octave (1:1), the perfect fifth (3:2), the perfect fourth (4:3) and the major third (5:4). Pythagoras at his “Monochord”:
The “Geocentric Universe” of Pythagoras & Aristotle
So… If the “Dome of the Stars” turns the Universe, then what turns the Dome of the Stars…? Obviously, it’s the “Prime Mover”!
Galileo's Sidereus Nuncius (the “Starry Messenger”), this edition from 1653. Galileo first described craters and mountains on the Moon, as seen with a telescope. Galileo Observed… Enormous Craters on the Moon
Extrasolar Planets (“Exoplanets”) Web Link: The Extrasolar Planets Encyclopedia (http://exoplanet.eu)
“There is a single general space, a single vast immensity which we may freely call void: in it are innumerable globes like this on which we live and grow, this space we declare to be infinite, since neither reason, convenience, sense-perception nor nature assign to it a limit.” — Giordano Bruno Quoted in Joseph Silk, “The Big Bang” (1997) Giordano Bruno Habitable Exoplanets Catalog (http://phl.upr.edu/projects/habitable-exoplanets-catalog)