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Author Topic:   Apparent contradiction in the Big Bang Theory
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Message 16 of 19 (93192)
03-18-2004 4:39 PM
Reply to: Message 12 by Eggmann
03-18-2004 4:35 AM

Eggmann writes:

You may check also this link http://www.eugenesavov.com to see more discussion on the BB troubles.

You should really try to say something substantive about it in your own words rather than just post links.

I've had a look at it, however. Sorry; but this is a classic vanity press theory-of-everything book, which claims to solve all problems under some magnificent new idea that the author claims will revolutionize science. It is being pushed by a great many anonymous individuals in web forums like this one. They have not yet discovered Usenet, but they will. That will be amusing when it happens.

The publisher is Geones Books. As far as I have been able to discover, this is the only book they publish.

The author is apparently a physicist. The new theory of everything he proposes does not actually explain anything at all in the scientific sense of the word. It simply uses a nebulous and ill-defined set of terms to describe many different aspects of the universe. The flavour of this can be capture by the phrase:

The universe is made of discovered similar interactions. They depending on their scale create what we see as galaxies, stars, planets, moons, atoms and light. The stars originate from the galactic nuclei in a way similar to the discovered birth of atoms from the centers of stars, planets and planetary like moons. The smaller bodies come at a faster rate. That is why we bathe in light.

More detail doesn't make it any better.

Savov has found that we live on a surface of a giant atomic nucleus called Earth. It moves around even much larger nucleus seen as the Sun, which similarly moves around its source – the nucleus of our Milky Way Galaxy. The latter similarly moves around its source and so on – every body moves around the discovered source of the universe, which is one hyper huge nucleus. The atoms that build us are discovered to originate in the centers of stars, planets and planetary like moons. The newly born atoms are agitated like just born children. So they “cry” emitting much smaller sources of interaction that keep the interiors of the space bodies hot. The creation of new atomic nuclei in the Earth’s center accounts for the observed lava upwelling mid-ocean ridge and the volcanic activity.

Of how about this remarkable insight into development of the Earth:

The creation of new atomic nuclei in the Earth’s center keeps the interior of our planet hot and increases its radius. This led to tearing of the pre-historic Pangea landmass to fractions, now seen as continents. The ejection of newly created atomic matter from the Earth’s center also slows down the rotation of the Earth around its axis, accounts for appearance volcanic activity and lava up welling mid-ocean ridge. So the atomic shell of the Earth’s center grows thicker, its source exhausts and drives it more slowly around itself. Hence the length of the day will increase as the Earth ages. This prediction of the theory of interaction is confirmed by puzzling experimental findings. The slowly expanding from its discovered source Earth may collapse in a supernova like explosion, during one long day in the distant future.

The claim that the author's theory of everything explains the enormous string of galaxies discovered by Paul Francis is vaccuous. There is nothing here capable of being an explanation as the term is used in science.

Cheers -- Sylas

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Message 17 of 19 (93276)
03-19-2004 3:05 AM
Reply to: Message 15 by Loudmouth
03-18-2004 4:30 PM

Re: Balloon analogy flawed
Think about the appearance of singularity in the big bang universe beginning. The theory of interaction is singularity free. It creates the elementary particles from unfolding of much larger structure that came from even larger and so on. The structure remains self-consistently finite as it expands and contracts. Observer in the
"firework universe" will see galaxies everywhere, because what we see as galaxies are like atoms that came from the center of the earth.
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Message 18 of 19 (93305)
03-19-2004 6:25 AM
Reply to: Message 14 by Raymon
03-18-2004 4:20 PM

Re: Balloon analogy flawed
Thanks for that link. There's actually a lot of information on that site explaining the big bang theory which I have to digest first before commenting anymore.
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Message 19 of 19 (93716)
03-21-2004 5:34 PM
Reply to: Message 15 by Loudmouth
03-18-2004 4:30 PM

Re: Balloon analogy flawed
If you want to give hard time to your teachers you may better study
this link http://www.eugenesavov.com

There is no need to believe of bringing the universe to life from nothing. You will see how the structure of reality unfolds to smaller scales and accounts in this way for the dark matter and many other big puzzles.

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