It has then taken me this long to explain it in terms of accepted science.
I thought you said accepted science was for idiots ("the mainstream is idiotic" Message 19).
It seems I mistook this forum for being a spiritual debate as it is, after all, E v C.
You did mistake it. E v C is about stamping out creationism - and other pseudoscience. It's mostly a scientific debate, not a spiritual one, though we do find that the "spiritual" people are wrong about a lot of other things too.
“Maturity, one discovers, has everything to do with the acceptance of ‘not knowing.” -- Mark Z. Danielewski, House of Leaves
The journal covers many of the non-mainstream topics they cannot get into the other journals but want to discuss.
You're missing the point. Why only one new volume in three years? When I was at university forty years ago the library had aisles and aisles of stacks and stacks of volumes and volumes of abstracts of scientific papers. Literally tons of abstracts. Why does your journal only have enough material for one volume in three years?
In cosmology, the mainstream journals will not publish anything that contradicts BB and expanding universe theories.
That's obviously not true. Those theories are fairly new themselves; they replaced older theories that they contradicted.
They serve those theories like they are already proven, just as many here take them as gospel truth.
"Proven" is not a concept that science uses. Those theories are the best explanations that we have so far - and they have been tested as rigorously as possible.
If cranky ideas are rejected it's because they do not measure up to scientific rigor.
It is also very difficult to get into the mainstream journals...
Yes. It is. Duh.
It's hard to get into Harvard. It's hard to get elected President. It's hard to climb Mount Everest.
... hence the advent of vixra.org, a simple repository for new papers on all kinds of subjects.....
It's an easy way to do something that should be hard - like buying a diploma online or taking a bus to the summit of Mount Everest or being born King of England. The easier it is to accomplish the goal, the less it is worth.