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Falsification of the Big Bang Theory

By Glenn Borchardt on May 15, 2019 04:00 am

PSI Blog 20190515 Falsification of the Big Bang Theory

David de Hilster would like me to list a few of the facts and interpretations that disprove the Big Bang Theory. Here is Table 4 from “Infinite Universe Theory,[1]” which sums that up nicely:

Table 1. Falsifications, contradictions, and paradoxes disproving the Big Bang Theory.

The Big Bang Theory predicts that we should observe only young cosmological objects at great distances. Instead, we see elderly galaxies and galaxy clusters at the limit of observation.
Cosmological objects often collide. In actual explosions, objects are scattered in all directions and do not collide.
The opinion that the universe is expanding is dependent on the “Untired Light Theory,” which assumes that light can travel great distances without losing energy. Nothing we know of can travel from one place to another without losing energy.
The explosion of the universe out of nothing is a contradiction of the First Law of Thermodynamics, otherwise known as the conservation of energy.
The Doppler Effect, considered responsible for the Cosmological redshift and the interpretation that most galaxies are receding from us, only occurs in a medium. Einstein’s corpuscular theory of light, denies the necessary presence of a medium.
Einstein’s objectification of time is invalid. Time is not an object; time is motion. The space-time concept, as used in General Relativity Theory and Big Bang Theory, assumes time to be a dimension, which it is not. The universe is 3-dimensional, just like everything we observe. “Time dilation” and other Einsteinian fantasies are products of aether denial.
The Big Bang Theory is based on the assumption of finity. The most plausible assumption is infinity. There are over two trillion galaxies in the observable universe with no end in site. An Infinite Universe cannot expand, because it is already full.
The existence of the universe implies nonexistence (empty space) is impossible. There is no definitive evidence for perfectly empty space. Infinity implies the existence of aether.

There are many more that have appeared in dissident books published at least as long ago as 1977.[2] In his forthcoming Second Edition of “Notfinity Process,” George Coyne lists 50 such complaints.

While the discovery of elderly galaxies at the limit of observation is one of the most important factual indicators of its falsity, the survival of the Big Bang Theory is critically dependent on interpretation. Without Einstein’s “Untired Light Theory,” universal expansion would be regarded as the most ridiculous interpretation begotten by 20th-century science. I already explained this further in two recent Blogs:

Einstein required eight ad hocs to defend the equally ridiculous interpretation that light was a particle instead of a wave.[3]Despite all the factual evidence, regressives and reformists alike accepted the wave-particle duality paradox. The expanding universe theory and its ill-gotten progeny will be with us as long as that contradiction survives. In case you got a bit sleepy by now, let me emphasize: LIGHT IS A WAVE; NOT A PARTICLE. All reform attempts that use particle theory are doomed to failure.

[1] Borchardt, Glenn, 2017, Infinite Universe Theory: Berkeley, California, Progressive Science Institute, 349 p. [].
[2] Ibid, Table 2, p. 23.
[3] Ibid, Table 6, p. 160.

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