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Originally posted by loner007
Biggest flaw in the BIg Bang theory is this simple equation 0=1
where 0 equal nothing and the one is equal to something......
Originally posted by davesidious
reply to post by rizla
If the scientist in question has good evidence, they'll get all the funding they need
In 1971 with the 5 meter telescope on Mt. Palomar a luminous bridge was discovered between the low redshift galaxy NGC 4319 and the much higher redshift quasar, Markarian 205. Because this contradicted the assumption that redshift was invariably a measure of velocity and distance, it invalidated the hypothesis of an expanding universe. Conventional astronomers fiercely resisted this evidence but as it accumulated for this and numerous other similar examples the results were increasingly suppressed and ignored.
Originally posted by WorldObserver
The biggest flaw is known as the “Horizon Problem”.
I actually solved this issue 2 years ago and sent the solution to some notable physicist like Michio Kaku and João Magueijo, then to nobodies in universities and got the same response – NOTHING!
Why? Basically because these so-called scientist are so arrogant and fearful of being shown up that they would rather bury a new, more plausible theory then to admit they were wrong or too stupid to think of it first.
For the record, I solved the Horizon Problem, Dark Matter (how it came about, what it is etc.) and the “Theory of Everything” (TOE).
Kaku has actually dedicated the best part of his career trying to come up with the TOE.
I found the one flaw that all of them had missed that would resolve the TOE. But you guessed it – they didn’t come up with it so they don’t want to know about it.
So is there any physicist or cosmologist out there that wants to become famous for publishing the answers to these so called riddles?
I am seriously considering just handing it all over to someone willing to publish it because I have lost complete faith in the scientific community.
[edit on 7/2/10 by WorldObserver]
Inflationary theory allows for a solution to the problem (along with several others such as the flatness problem) by positing a short 10 − 32 second period of exponential expansion (dubbed "inflation") within the first minute or so of the history of the universe. During inflation, the universe would have increased in size by an enormous factor.
Originally posted by rizla
Sounds like an epicycle. i.e. making stuff up in order to match a theory to observation.