2013 Planck data reveals non-Copernican universe: nullifies Big Bang inflation theory

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Title 2013 Planck data reveals non-Copernican universe: nullifies Big Bang inflation theory
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Author(s) Robert A Sungenis
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Published 2013
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No. of pages 16

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Abstract

This paper shows that the data released on March 21, 2013 from the 2009 Planck probe of the European Space Agency confirms the data from the 1989 COBE (Cosmic Background Explorer) and the 2001 WMAP (Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe) of NASA that the universe is not isotropic and homogeneous on large scales; rather, it displays a marked anisotropy and inhomogeneity, therefore nullify the Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker (FLRW) interpretation of Einstein’s field equations that proposed isotropy and homogeneity; as well as falsifying the “inflation” theory originated in 1980 by Alan Guth as a solution to the “horizon problem,” as well as nullifying the need for Dark Matter and Dark Energy to propel expansion, as well as revealing by distinct positioning of the dipole, quadrupole and octupole harmonics of the CMB (cosmic microwave background radiation) that the famed “Axis of Evil” connecting the rim of the universe with the Earth can no longer be considered a mere artefact but is indeed in the data and shows that the CMB dipole intersects the quadrupole/octupole at the Earth’s ecliptic and equinoxes, respectively, therefore putting the Earth in a central and non-Copernican place in the universe. 

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