New Model for a Spherical 'Big Bang'
|Title||New Model for a Spherical \'Big Bang\'|
|Author(s)||Roger A Rydin|
|Keywords||Big Bang, deep-pencil-survey, Virgo Cluster|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
A new model is postulated for the formation of the Universe based upon deep-pencil-survey experimental data, which indicates that galaxies in the Universe are moving radially in a spherical sense from an origin in the Virgo Cluster rather than being carried along in space that is expanding uniformly in a center-less sense. The Cosmic Microwave Background is centered in Virgo, the only known blueshift galaxies are in the direction of Virgo, and a unique star-less galaxy of hydrogen has just been discovered there. All these observations are consistent with the new model.