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illucid Nigel Cook 2005 Dec 06
     ... gravitation . Big Bang . physics . electromagnetism . September 11 ...
"My first article appeared when I was 22, in the November 1994 issue of Electronics World, on electromagnetic pulse. Later I corresponded with Electronics World writer Ivor Catt on electromagnetism. Catt?s drive was motivated by a life saving discovery on computer cross-talk glitches. He had discovered a way to avert computer crashes completely in air traffic control systems while speeding them up sufficiently to spot potential collisions or terrorist activity automatically, and a version of his earlier computer wafer scale innovation had successfully come to market. His problem was that ?popular physics? authors were flooding the media with hype about backward time travel, 10 dimensional strings, parallel universes and Kaku flying saucer speculation, and were obviously lying that such unpopular non-testable guesses were science. A-level physics uptake falls by 4% per year!"

cranky A Summary of Ronald Pearson's Theory 2005 Oct 07
     ... Big Bang . relativity . Einstein was wrong . quantum mechanics . grand unification ...
"Ron has spent the last 16 years developing a new theory on the creation of the Universe. The old Big Bang theory has so many gaping flaws and inconsistencies that it is now restricting physicists from progressing. The following summary of the interview will give you an idea of these flaws and outline Ron's new theories."

crankier Cause of gravity and mechanisms of forces 2005 Feb 12
     ... gravitation . Big Bang ...
"As the big bang mass goes outward, the fabric of space must flow around each fundamental particle, filling vacated volume. The inward moving fabric exerts space pressure, increasing as it acts inward upon smaller areas, thereby causing the correct force of gravity where it is shielded by mass."

crankier Mathematical Center of Reimannian Cosmology 2005 Feb 12
     ... Big Bang . cosmology ...
"The standard 'big-bang theory' sets the origin of the Universe at an infinitesimal limit called the Planck scale (10 power - 33 cm). However, even if it is 'very small', this limit is not zero. Therefore, the question is the following : does it exist 'something' under the Planck scale? In other words, does it exist a 'zero instant' in the remote history of the Universe? The objective of the Mathematical Center of Riemannian Cosmosology (MCRC) is to demonstrate that there exists a 'zero point' corresponding to the origin. Such a zero point is not a physical object but has a pure mathematical content and meaning. From this view, one can say that this singular zero point, could be heuristically compared to a sort of 'cosmological code' of the Universe."

crankiest Theory of Everything 2004 Nov 06
     ... grand unification . gravitation . Big Bang ...
"After fifty one years of continuing to find support for this theory and no one proving any of my predictions or suspicions wrong, I can only come to the conclusion that scientists are afraid to admit that this is right. This theory should not be hard to believe, or to understand, but it seems that most people are not getting it, or are not admiting it; so I do not have any hopes that you will understand it, but I do expect you to be smart enough to add up all the evidence. This could be quite an achievement in itself, because the more you can see, the more your mind will let you see. It is my guess that most religious people believe it is a sin to reason. It seems that all my predictions and assumptions are coming true. In fact I believe that it borders on the impossible to make a wrong prediction if it is truly based on my theory."

cranky Ashmore's Tired Light Theory 2004 Sep 19
     ... astronomy . Big Bang ...
"Photons of light from distant galaxies have a longer wavelength than when they set off. This is known as 'redshift'. This is the experimental result -- but what this result means is open to interpretation. In the Big Bang theory, it is thought that this means that the Universe is expanding and the rate at which the Universe is expanding is known as the Hubble constant. But, Ashmore's paradox shows that this cannot be so."

crankier Natural Philosophy Alliance 2004 Sep 19
     ... metaphysics . quantum mechanics . relativity . Big Bang . science ...
"The Natural Philosophy Alliance (NPA) is devoted mainly to broad-ranging, fully open-minded criticism, at the most fundamental levels , of the often irrational and unrealistic doctrines of modern physics and cosmology; and to the ultimate replacement of these doctrines by much sounder ideas developed with full respect for evidence, logic, and objectivity. Such reforms have long been urgently needed; and yet there is no area of scholarship more stubbornly censorial, and more reluctant to reform itself."

crankier Cosmological Model of the Living Universe 2004 Jul 10
     ... relativity . cosmology . Big Bang . quantum mechanics ...
"In this work, the Einstein Special Relativity transformation formulas are derived from a new and very simple model. According with this model, the speed of electromagnetic waves are so closely associated to the structure of what we call matter, that any attempt to measure the speed of these waves is made through themselves. Thus, it will be shown that detecting the changes arising from systems in motion becomes impossible in two-way trips. The model presented may be defined as 'classic,' understanding as such a synonym of 'understandable' or 'in accordance with our daily experience.' The basic assumption is that 'elemental particles' are the result of interactions inside a 'primordial media' at an average speed known as the speed of light ('c'). This 'primordial media' is postulated as a sub-level support for all physical manifestations such as waves, particles, energy, etc. but is unlike the old conception of 'ether.' The basic idea of primary oscillators is conceptually similar to the superstring theory."

illucid Untitled 2003 Sep 13
     ... Big Bang . mathematics . September 11 ...
"Death and burial of the Primeval atom, Big Bang and Big crunch theories. ... The Butterfly effect of September 11th WTC and genetic engineering ... I require the implementation of my intellectual data regarding the concepts of '0' and its' copyright dollars paid so as to finance this fusion project in Australia with international involvement. Mathematicians become very upset when confronted with my dividing and multiplying by 0. Seeing and hearing mathematicians and physicists tearing their hair out over my concepts of 'zero' is to believe it."

anti The Darkened Path 2003 Sep 13
     ... Big Bang . Scientific Creationism . resources ...
"The Big Bang theory is the generally accepted view of the origin of the universe. Take various axioms, all of which are consistent with every experiment ever done, do some (admittedly very complex) mathematics, and out comes the conclusion that the universe began in this way. ... Despite a ton of observations which support the theory, many people still refuse to accept it. Websites devoted to the attempt to debunk the Big Bang theory abound. They invariably do a truly piss-poor job of it. Typical of the breed is Pathlights, which presents the following arguments against the theories."

illucid Unified Field Theory 2001 Oct 05
     ... grand unification . cosmology . Big Bang . gravitation . relativity ...
"The cosmos is an unending process of relative motion and relative stillness. The universe logically unfolds from one principle to another -- hydrogen becoming stars, and stars giving light as they change their hydrogen fuel into heavier elements, the substance from which planets and life on earth is made. Before hydrogen? A similar process of unfolding, creating the smallest particles. the building blocks of the elements themselves, and following a pattern formed out of an initial principle, rather than the chaos of a big bang! A search for a theory of gravity as well as a way to find the one unifying principle."

illucid Secret of Big Bang 2001 Jun 10
     ... cosmology . Big Bang . religion ...
"The Big-bang and Big-Collapse is banished from nature once for all. It is replaced by initial pulse [small-bang]. The first pulse of the Universe is located in a human life at the maximum point of evolution. New life to the Universe is located in the sacrifice of 'I' factor. Every flow should have a leading point. The flow of the Universe there by evolution also should have a leading point. This leading point of evolution should lead us to new life because death cannot be end point of evolution. This leading point and new life to the universe is located in a supreme evolvent and his action. The birth of the universe and the first pulse of the universe is located on the Cross-, where 'I', who is the cause of death is sacrificed. This point is the minimum point at which the gravity was maximum and the anti-gravity was minimum. The second coming of Jesus is the maximum point where Anti- gravity is maximum and gravity is minimum. The universe thus exists between two limits. At the minimum 'I' is sacrificed and at the maximum 'I' is expressed. Our universe should be viewed in a non-linear manner. At the maximum critical point a Great Attractor would develop, around which the universe would collapse into a new order. The whole exercise mingles science with age-old Philosophies."

cranky Quasars: Are they near or are they far? 2001 Mar 04
     ... astronomy . cosmology . Big Bang ...
"Quasars are held to be the furthest objects we can see, along with high-redshift galaxies. Powerful evidence is proclaimed for this viewpoint, such as gravitationally-lensed images and a cosmological model which regards high redshift as an absolute indicator of great distance. ... There is evidence that in fact the current cosmological model is flawed, and that there is more to redshift than just distance. As an example, consider the distribution of quasars and quasar candidates about the nearby galaxy NGC3628 (pictured at right, in negative). This galaxy is seen edge-on at a distance of about 30 million light years, and the entire pictured area has been mapped in xrays by ROSAT. Note how the QSOs congregate around it. But these QSOs are held to be a hundred times further away than NGC3628! How can this be?"

cranky Big Bang and Black Hole [sic] are Science Fiction 2001 Feb 05
     ... Big Bang . gravitation . Einstein was wrong ...
"The Yilmaz theory of gravity is an extension of the Einstein general theory of relativity. Since 1958, Prof. Huseyin Yilmaz has published numerous papers on his theory in prestigious scientific journals. The Einstein theory has a flaw that was not apparent during Einstein's lifetime. The Yilmaz theory has corrected this flaw, and has thereby eliminated the 'singularity' concept of the big bang and black hole, which Einstein strongly opposed. This website explains the Einstein and Yilmaz theories in a simple physical manner that is scientifically accurate. The Yilmaz theory yields a radically new explanation for the Hubble expansion of the universe. The theory predicts that relativistic effects due to gravity distort space in such a manner that the universe expands locally about every point, yet the overall size of the universe does not change. The theory predicts a universe with a constant size and an infinite age, which appears to be eternally young because it is continually changing."

illucid The Universe is Not Expanding 2000 Dec 16
     ... cosmology . Big Bang ...
"... Because galaxies' redshift is caused by 'Liou_Schwartz's stretch effect' not by 'Doppler's effect' [sic] ..."

crankiest Physics Myths and Physics Facts 2000 Aug 13
     ... physics . Big Bang . cosmology . electromagnetism . quantum mechanics . relativity . thermodynamics ...
"Included are also topics where the flaws (or the alternative explanations where given) are not a certainty but only possible or likely within the light of other evidence. It should be obvious from the formulation when this is the case. The content of this page is being updated as necessary." A long, long list of extremely broken physics.

cranky The Collapsing Universe 2000 Jul 19
     ... cosmology . Big Bang ...
"Observed phenomena such as the Hubble redshift and the cosmic microwave background radiation can be explained by assuming: -- The universe is in fact in a state of collapse, not expansion. This collapse results in redshift. -- The universe is closed, and much smaller than the visible universe appears to be, and has a centre. -- The visible universe is actually a collection of matter surrounded by multiple distorted images of itself. -- There is in fact only one quasar, located at the centre, and that the many quasars which we detect are all multiple images of it. -- Assumptions of universal homogeneity are incorrect because most of the matter of the universe is concentrated in the vicinity of the centre."

fringe A New Non-Doppler Redshift 2000 Jun 14
     ... cosmology . Big Bang . electromagnetism . quantum mechanics . relativity ...
"It is known that many astronomical observations cannot be explained by means of the ordinary Doppler shift interpretation. A new mechanism must be found to explain those inconsistent redshifts and many other observations related to the 'redshift controversy.' It is demonstrated in this book that it is possible to predict a very slight inelastic interaction compatible with observed redshifts using electromagnetic theory and quantum mechanics, without the need of introducing ad hoc physical hypothesis. This redshift appears indistinguishable from the Doppler shift except when resonant states are present in the scattering gas. The energy lost appears as low frequency radio waves."

crankiest Endless, Boundless, Stable Universe 2000 May 13
     ... cosmology . Big Bang . steady state . tired light ...
"When the Hubble variable was discovered in 1926 it had a value of 500 kilometres per second per megaparsec. During the past halfcentury this variable has gradually declined to 50.3 kilometres per second per megaparsec. The radius of the universe is inversely proportional to the magnitude of this variable. Accordingly the universe is expanding by a factor of 100 per century. Dividing this factor into the above ratio discloses that the expansion began here on earth 961 years ago, or 1015 AD during the dark ages. Obviously, western cosmology was born in the dark and has been there ever since."

cranky Paul Marmet: List of Papers and Web Sites 2000 May 05
     ... Einstein was wrong . Big Bang . cosmology . quantum mechanics ...
"Einstein's theory of relativity versus classical mechanics ... A detailed classical description of the advance of the perihelion of Mercury ... Absurdities in modern physics: A solution ... Big Bang cosmology meets an astronomical death ... The origin of the 3 K radiation ... Quantum mechanics and its paradox ... Non-Doppler redshift of some galactic objects ... Incompatibility between Einstein's general relativity and the principle of equivalence ... Cosmic matter and the nonexpanding Universe ... The 3 K microwave background and Olbers' paradox ... The cosmological constant and the redshift of quasars ..."

cranky My Little Bang Page 2000 Apr 10
     ... cosmology . Big Bang . gravitation ...
"One morning, a few years ago, I woke up with this idea: maybe the universe is expanding because the force of gravity is slowly diminishing. And why should that be so? Because gravity is slowly being converted into matter. After giving it some more thought, I found this simple idea has quite a lot going for it. First and foremost it does away with the horrible Big Bang theory. But it has a lot more explanatory power! This page is an attempt to clarify my thinking, and an invitation to the reader to expand it further. It is important to make clear that I am not a physicist, so don't ask me for proofs, complicated calculations, etc. It is up to you to provide those, if you can."

cranky Electrons in the Early Universe 2000 Mar 24
     ... cosmology . Big Bang ...
"A solution to one major aspect of this problem seems to me obvious, so I welcome criticism or discussion. The mechanism is simple if the Big Bang origin of the Universe is accepted. As soon as electrons are formed as separate entities near the start of the expansion they would be repelled by the intense radiation pressure and ejected into the surrounding 'vacuum of space at a very much greater velocity than the expanding more massive material in the Big Bang nucleus ..."

anti Microwave Anisotropy Probe: Introduction to Cosmology 2000 Jan 31
     ... cosmology . Big Bang ...
"Cosmology is the study of the origin and evolution of the Universe. This web site introduces basic concepts in modern cosmology and describes the MAP mission at a general level."

cranky The Symmetric Theory 2000 Jan 31
     ... cosmology . Big Bang . relativity ...
"Though widely accepted as a paradigm and elevated to the level of fact by many, the Big-Bang Theory is on weakening empirical ground. The Symmetric Theory -- named for the underlying symmetries which form the basis of general relativity -- provides a complete & viable alternative to standard model cosmologies."

crankiest The Big Bang Never Happened 1999 Nov 04
     ... cosmology . Big Bang ...
"[Eric] Lerner lays bare some painful and embarrassing features of the Big Bang Theory."

anti Errors in some popular attacks on the Big Bang 1999 May 27
     ... cosmology . Big Bang . skepticism ...
"... is Ed Wright's invaluable page detailing the errors in several popular arguments against the Big Bang, including Eric Lerner's arguments from The Big Bang Never Happened."

cranky Why the Big Bang is Wrong 1999 May 27
     ... Big Bang . cosmology ...
"The Big Bang theory of the universe is wrong because the cosmological red shift is due to the Compton effect rather than the Doppler effect."

cranky Rufus' Galaxy Web Page 1999 May 27
     ... cosmology . steady state . Big Bang ...
"The purpose of this Web page is to show that the Steady State Galaxy Theory can provide an alternative to the Big Bang Theory in explaining the universe around us. It covers the operation of Galaxies and shows that they recycle both Matter and Energy and are able to carry on indefinitely. It also explains the shape of galaxies, redshift, microwave background radiation, entropy and the hydrogen-helium ratio."

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