Big bang/a critique of The Universe Has No Beginning? Doubts About The Big Bang Theory
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The Universe Has No Beginning? Doubts about the Big Bang Theory[edit | edit source]
There is considerable possibility that time reversal exists in the universe. This possibility increases upon the greater discoveries of black matter. Even if black matter were to be removed from the theory, the Big Bang Theory would be hypothetically removed as well since the Big Bang Theory could not exist without it. Since black matter has not yet been proven to exist, it is too early to treat the Big Bang as anything more than just a theory.
Rationale[edit | edit source]
The factual validity of the big bang theory is called into question through two thought experiments. In thought experiment one, consider that a light ray can arrive at an observer after a far less distant source, if it is delayed by being bent around the horizon of a black hole, for example. It’s later arrival would appear to effectively reverse time. This thought experiment is based on the presumption that black matter exists, and that it has a gravitational effect on light.
The second thought experiment questions the validity of “c” or the speed of light, being constant. The current measurement of 186,282 miles per second was calculated based on an unobstructed light signal over a short distance. How, then, can one explain how a light source can arrive at two places of equal distance at different times?
References[edit | edit source]
- Matthews, Alexander. The Universe Has No Beginning? Doubts About The Big Bang Theory. Physics Essays 18.4 (2005): 462-466. Academic Search Complete. Web. 17 Jan. 2012.