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B Ross
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  • Ames, IA
  • United States

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Hubble's Law is Bunk => No Big Bang

Hubble's interpretation of the extragalactic doppler shift was wrong. The apparent shift in wave spectra is a consequence of the mechanism of gravity.

Singularities are place holders signifying the limits of our interpretive abilities. In their place, we should see a transition between the classical and quantum components of the Universe.

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  • Mar 20 2014: B ross,
    how can nothing have energy than the something?

    Why everyone gives theories as to how the universe came into existence? What if universe does not exist at all?
    • Mar 20 2014: "What you call the universe is just a small piece of it. What [you call the infinity of] nothing has more energy than [what you call the universe]. This [what you call infinity of] nothing has an energy differential that fuels all action observable to us."
  • Mar 17 2014: So, why is it that what goes up must come down?
  • Mar 16 2014: Complete this sentence for me please: "The big bang theory is wrong because..."
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      Mar 17 2014: Gravitation is flux of void per unit mass per second. Think of the column of void separating two objects, one emitting light, the other observing. This column of void is accelerating relative to both objects and towards both objects. The red shift in wavelength is the resulting Lorentz transformation.

      If this explains red shift first notice by Hubble, the big bang and it's singularity are vestigial.
      • Mar 17 2014: The universe exists in an infinity of nothing to impede it's eternal expansion.
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          Mar 17 2014: What you call the universe is just a small piece of it. What you call nothing has more energy than the something. This nothing has an energy differential that fuels all action observable to us.
      • Mar 17 2014: What I call the universe is an expanding spherical wave of finite mass.
      • Mar 17 2014: The universe is a spherical wave of finite mass in an infinity of nothing to impede it's eternal expansion which fuels all action observable to us.