Corrected Big Bang Model
|Title||Corrected Big Bang Model|
|Keywords||Big Bang, Einstein, Eddington, de Sitter|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
The unsatisfying original Big Bang Model, when pruned of its unsupported mathematical assumptions, and grafted with NEW Hi Tech findings, generates a corrected Big Bang Model. Assumptions to prune: Einstein's old letter to de Sitter contained the remark ?This circumstance [of an expanding Universe] irritates me.? And in another letter about the expanding Universe, he said ?To admit such possibilities seems senseless.? #1 Supporter - Arthur Eddington, said in Nature 127, 1931, 450, ?Philosophically, the notion of a beginning of present order of Nature is repugnant to me. I should like to find a genuine loophole.? In 2004 Simon Singh reported in Big Bang, page 281, that ?Eddington also claimed that his version of events could explain something emerging from nothing, thanks to some rather dubious logic.? And in 1993, Eduard Tropp et al reported in Alexander A Friedmann, pp. 156-7, ?Friedmann formulates results of his first cosmological paper in just a few sentences: ... "This brings to mind what Hindu mythology has to say about cycles of existence, and it also becomes possible to speak about the creation of the world from nothing.? Hi Tech to graft includes: Earth is Center of the CMB AND of 2dF Quasar Redshift Grafts; Push equals distribution - Supernovae distribution is a mirror image of GRB power graph [Trigger 1406]. Plus much more evidence.