Evidence surfaced that the “Big Bang” might not really be a workable theory in the form of General Relativity, and its postulation that super massive objects would have gravity fields so strong that even light could not escape, nor would matter be able to differentiate. Since the entire universe existing in just one spot would be the most super massive object of all, the universe could not be born.
A complex Cosmology theory sprang up, encouraged by those invested in the “Big Bang” to explain why the basic foundational principles of physics behaved differently in the first few milliseconds of time. An attempt was made to prove the Big Bang by searching for the “Cosmic Background Radiation,” the presumed energy echo from the primordial explosion. Indeed, a radio noise signal was picked up. The discoverers of the Cosmic Background Radiation assumed the signal meant what they thought it did and could have no alternative explanation. The discovery of the Cosmic Background Radiation was then claimed to be final proof of the Big Bang theory.
When the satellite COBE was sent up to analyze the Cosmic Background Radiation, it discovered, instead of the smooth featureless glow predicted by the cosmologists, a highly complex and detailed structure. Edwin Hubble assumed there was no other explanation for the red shift he observed than the motion of the observed objects relative to Earth. However, given the theory that the universe is expanding uniformly, the amount of red shifts would have to be uniformly and randomly distributed.
However, the observed red shifts in the sky are quantized, falling into discreet intervals. This is not explained by the theory that the red shift is produced solely by relative velocity. Some other effect is at work. That means that the assumption that the universe is expanding based solely on the red shift is invalidated. It means the universe is not expanding, there was no moment of creation, no “Big Bang” to explain why the greatest black hole of all did not behave like a black hole. Therefore, the background radiation mapped by COBE which did not fit the Big Bang model is probably the remnant of the stellar explosion that created the heavy elements in the universe.
Perhaps the biggest contradiction with the Big Bang Theory is the question of the singularity. The “primordial egg” had to be a super-massive black hole. Therefore, no amount of “bang”, no matter how big, is going to thrust the universe out into itself. Cosmologists eager to promote the Big Bang Theory have hit upon the “explanation” that the laws of physics and gravity did not apply in those first few moments of the universe. The present Cosmology theory is that the universe enjoyed a period of “rulelessness” of about three seconds, after which the elements formed and the fundamental forces of the universe, gravity included, were functioning as we see them today.There is a problem, though. The singularity formed by the primordial egg turns out to be rather large.
At the moment in time when the Big Bang theorists claim the universe was functioning as it does today, complete with all fundamental forces, the entirety of the universe’s mass was still well within the event horizon of its own gravity well. Newton’s equation provides an equivalent gravity field for a singularity or a super dense mass in a localized region. Therefore the Big Bang, as currently described, could not have produced the universe as we see it today. At three seconds, it would have come under the influence of its own gravity and unable to reach an escape velocity exceeding that of light, and collapsed back into itself.
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