Big bang/A Critique of Two world systems revisited: a comparison of plasma cosmology and the Big Bang
(Review Paper) Cited in Big bang/A Critique of Two world systems revisited: a comparison of plasma cosmology and the Big Bang
Contradicted by observations[edit | edit source]
There is no proof that the three entities (inflation field, dark matter, and dark energy) needed for the big bang to have happened.
Methods[edit | edit source]
Pointed out flaws in the liberal way they used variables in the mathematical formulas to fit what was required of the theory.
Results[edit | edit source]
BIG BANG NUCLEOSYNTHESIS
It used the baryon density that would fit whatever model they needed it to. Therefore, Baryon was a free variable in their equation and could occupy whatever numerical values that would correlate with their requirements.
LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURE AND VOIDS
Since the theory of the big bang states it began about 14 Gy ago, these large scale structures and void could not have formed in this amount of time.
They would need to generate final velocities of 600 km per hour to account for the voids and observed velocities have ranged from 200-250 km per hour. Therefore contradicting the current model of the big bang theory.
References[edit | edit source]
- Lerner, E.J. Two world systems revisited. Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on , vol.31, no.6, pp. 1268- 1275, Dec. 2003 doi: 10.1109/TPS.2003.821478