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Geocentric Universe Version 3.0

Neville Jones & Steven Jones


 

The following image is a snapshot from the computer simulation program, Geocentric Universe 3.0, by Neville & Steven Jones, a model which illustrates the daily rotation of the heavens about a stationary World that is situated at the very centre of the physical universe created by God.

 

The software package contains the geocentric model, guided tour talks (currently all in English, but we hope to gradually make them available in several other languages), music and a user's guide. Regular updates are planned which, in the main, will be free to those in possession of the CD-ROM.

The model may be purchased from the shop.

There is also an internet forum specifically for users of this package. This is an invitation-only group and is limited to those in possession of Geocentric Universe 2.1, 2.2 or 3.0

This forum caters for questions about using the software, discussion of guided tour material, notification of downloadable upgrades or additions, and so forth, and allows great potential for getting the most out of this highly rewarding topic.

 

Minimum system requirements:

  • IBM-compatible PC running Microsoft® Windows® 98 to XP, inclusive
  • Pentium® II 233MHz micro-processor, or equivalent
  • 128 MB RAM
  • Graphics card capable of 640x480 at 16 bit colour
  • Sound card capable of 16 bit 44.1 khz stereo sound
  • Quad speed CD-Rom drive or higher

Recommended system requirements:

  • IBM-compatible PC running Microsoft® Windows® XP
  • Pentium® 4 micro-processor or equivalent running at 1.8 GHz
  • 512 MB RAM
  • Hardware accelerated graphics card with 8 MB RAM and capable of 1024x768 at 32 bit colour
  • Sound card capable of 16 bit 44.1 khz stereo sound
  • Twenty-four speed CD-Rom drive or higher
  • Note that Windows® Vista prevents the Guided Tour from functioning correctly.

Copyright © 2006 Neville and Steven Jones. All rights reserved.

 

Viewers to this page were asked in a recent poll, "Would you like to see Geocentric Universe 4.0?" Of the 88 that replied, 83 (that's 94%) said "Yes."