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The ever-so-kindly Prof. Dr. Neil Turok is taking his old friend to task.
June 2017, Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: Neil Turok, a colleague, long-standing friend, and one-time collaborator and co-author with Stephen Hawking, has joined a growing number of scholars, a crescendo that cannot be ignored, who say, “The big bang theory is wrong.”
Reporters throughout the United Kingdom, and the scientific press around the world are reporting on Turok’s comment that the universe is actually in a perpetual state of big bangs. Job Feldbrugge, his co-author and young colleague at Perimeter, says, “Our research implies that we either should look for another picture to understand the very early universe, or that we have to rethink the most elementary models of quantum gravity.” Feldbrugge echoes earlier work by Richard Muller, a Berkeley physicist, and Carlo Rovelli, an Italian-French physicist. The growing group of cosmologists, physicists and other scientists who question the theory is formidable.
More and more people from within the general public seem to be questioning it as well. Though relatively new to formal studies in cosmology, Bruce Camber and this website are increasingly critical of the big bang theory, especially the de facto nihilism that it encourages. Camber commented, “Turok may be the one who finally fells the tree that contains the big bang apple and its Newtonian commonsense worldview. I hope, some day soon, we will be able to say that big bang nihilism is fading away, maybe even dying. We began questioning it in 2014. But, so what? We’re nobody-from-nowhere!”
In April 2017 Job Feldbrugge, Jean-Luc Lehners, and Neil Turok  authored an ArXiv article (Cornell University), that opened the door for today’s critical point of view. It was titled, No smooth beginning for spacetime.
Camber continued, “Their article is not light reading. Notwithstanding, in our extreme naïveté we must conclude that these three scholars are on the right path but have reached the wrong conclusions. These scholars still hold to a modified big bang theory. Although our work originated from a high school geometry class, we do not.”
The starting point for big bang cosmology is infinitely dense and infinitely hot. For Camber and his colleagues the opposite is true. Their very simple, mathematical model of the universe begins with the infinitesimals, Planck Length and Planck Time, and the relatively small unit of Planck Mass and the ever-so-small Planck Charge. Doubling each value over and over again, 67 times before reaching the CERN-scale, creates a very smooth, initially-simple, homogeneous universe that quickly becomes exquisitely complex. This group holds that these 67 doublings, steps or notations are the foundations that give rise to our physical universe.
Turok claims that the universe is a perpetual state of big bangs. Camber says, “These are the primordial fluctuations that have been below the intellectual radar of all those scholars who hold onto big bang cosmology.”
Though hardly-known among the scholarly community, this skeletal model has well-over 1000 calculations, all simple mathematics to study. Called the Big Board-little universe Project for secondary schools, the Quiet Expansion within cosmology, and Exponential Universe for mathematics and ontology, spacetime is redefined in terms of light symmetry and continuity. Its backdoor is a pathway between the finite and infinite. The first moment of creation is still happening now. Each notation of the total of 202 notations is actively defining the universe. So, in that regard, Turok and his group are correct, it is perpetual, but Camber and his group say that it is not a bang.
Their model has just 202 doublings. The first moment of creation is Notation #1. The first second of creation is between notations 143 and 144. The present day, current hour, and this very second is within the 202nd notation. In this model, everything is necessarily related to everything. Continuity-and-symmetry become the penultimate.
 The big bang theory is so entrenched within popular culture, it will take somebody who is a collaborator and co-author of Stephen Hawking to lift the bane of his theory — nihilism– from within the minds of people. Prof. Dr. Neil Turok held the Chair of Mathematical Physics at the University of Cambridge starting in 1997 and became Director of the Perimeter Institute in 2008.
 Following the work of scholars has become so much easier with websites like ArXiv (Cornell University). Each of these authors — Job Feldbrugge, Jean-Luc Lehners, and Neil Turok — have additional work that can be explored. No smooth beginning for spacetime examines key insights for their conclusions that Hawking is wrong.
More background by Bruce Camber:
This simple mathematical model is a scripting program to outline the big bang epochs, yet there is no bang per se. It defines a natural inflation that is 100% predictive. It mimics cellular reproduction. It includes everything for all time and in all space. Simple, elegant, comprehensive, it is a basic mathematical platform that appears readily to incorporate and support all other mathematics that define the Standard Model of Cosmology (Lambda-CDM model). It will take some work, but the Standard Model of Particle Physics should be supported as well.
That is enough, but then, it does so much more. It opens up possibilities and probabilities. While still infinitesimal, it creates space for philosophies (even ethics), and the mind (even sleep). It gives homogeneity and isotropy a platform. It also gives dark matter and dark energy a foundation. And, most importantly, it redefines the infinite in ways that might open dialogues about universals and constants, the ultimate and eternal, first within the sciences, then between science and philosophy, then between science and religion, and maybe even between different religions.
Why didn’t the academics and scholars find this simple little model?
Planck Units: In the six years from conception to publishing, 1899-1905, Max Planck worked with five universal physical constants to define an essential reality and base platform for measurement. The result was four Planck base units: Planck Time, Planck Length, Planck Mass and Planck Charge that were “…properties of nature and not from any human construct.” Although engaged by many over time, the Planck numbers did not command basic respect across the entire scientific community. Not until 2001 when Frank Wilczek (MIT, Nobel laureate 2004) wrote a series of three articles for Physics Today, Scaling Mt. Planck, did I, II, III, these Planck units begin to move beyond numerology into wide-scale acceptability.
By that time, the big bang theory had gained the high ground. Nobody thought to follow simple nested or combinatorial geometries back to the Planck Length. Nobody thought to multiply the Planck units by 2. It took a huge amount of naïveté and almost no knowledge of cosmological models to bias one’s point of view. It also required discounting our commonsense view promulgated by Isaac Newton that space and time are absolute. In so doing, a more relational model as suggested in 1715 by Leibniz could be entertained.
Today, there are three simultaneous research projects to define this model more completely:
• Measuring an Expanding Universe Using Planck Units (first draft)
• The Thrust of the Universe: What is it? (first draft)
• Visualizing the Universe (work in progress)
We invite your comments and questions about our simple, highly-integrated, mathematical model of the Universe.
Thank you. – Bruce Camber
Let’s talk and let’s get to work!
• Revisit. June 5, 2017, Burst the Big Bang Bubble
• Contact! June 2, 2017, Email to the Editors of scientific publications
• Contact! 1 June 2017: Email to Max Tegmark (MIT), re. the nature of infinity in light of his article, The Mathematical Universe
• Contact! 4 May 2017: Email to Brandon Brown, author, Planck: Driven by Vision, Broken by War
News / Research
• Open Letter to the editors of Science (magazine) of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
• Simple View of the Universe
• An Integrated Universe View: What is your expertise? There are many blanks within many cells — over 2000 of them in the entire chart — so, we assume it will always be “under construction.”
• Background: Do you have a Worldview? Could it be part of an integrated Universe View?
• NASA SpaceApp Challenge Reports (work in progress)
• Very Small-Scale Universe: What is hypostatic?
June 12, 2017: We believe the big bang backfired and that it is breaking up.
June 13, 2017: We’ve put the big bang on ice to explore a simple model of the universe
June 20: Put the big bang on ice so we can explore a more simple model of the universe.
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- 2011 (December) Big Board – little universe
- 2012 (January) Early Reflections
- 2012 (September) First-Draft Article: Planck Length and Planck Time
- 2015 (August) Analysis: A Simple View of the Universe
- 2015 (September) Analysis of the Chart of the Five Planck Base Units
- 2016 (December): Simple Math-And-Logic Render An Integrated Model of the Universe
- 67 Notations of the Small-Scale Universe: Are these among the key missing links?
- 81018: Horizontally scrolled chart from the Planck Scale to the Age of the Universe
- Analysis (September 2012)
- Architecture for Integrative Systems: 1979 Display Project at MIT
- Architecture for Integrative Systems: The Scholars
- Belief Systems: Just what are we to believe about anything?
- Big Bang Theory: (1) Analysis (2) Burst the Bubble (3) Flooding it (4) Questions
- Big Bang Earliest Questions: Did A Quiet Expansion Precede The Big Bang?
- Chart: The most recently updated, a horizontally-scrolled chart
- Chart (vertical) of the Five Planck Base Units: From the 202nd notation down to 1.
- Charts (four primary charts and lists)
- Chaos-and-order and Order-and-Chaos: Non-repeating, never ending numbers
- Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Cosmology and the Large-scale universe (November 2015)
- Entrepreneurs of Outer Space: Allen, Bezos, Branson, Musk
- Ethics: Where is the Good in Science, Business, and Religion?
- Fifteen Key Questions: About the Universe and Us
- Finite & Infinite (homepage). The first look. A second look.
- Formula 1: Light is equal to Planck Length divided by Planck Time
- Foundations of foundations
- Freeman Dyson: Guiding Light
- Help. Participate. Initiate.
- Historical Sketch: A Secret Door To A New Universe Of Knowledge
- History: What Did We Ever Do Without Our Universe View?
- Model: Could this fledgling model of the universe be useful?
- NASA scientist’s report (regarding his calculations for us on May 14, 2012)
- Notations 80 down to 66
- Numbers: On Constructing the Universe From Scratch
- Order In The Universe: Continuity and Symmetry
- Paradigms, foundations, first principles, universals and constants
- Pi: 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028…
- Planck Length to the Observable Universe
- Planck Time to the Age of the Universe
- Quiet Expansion: Do the dynamics deflate the big bang theory?
- Quiet Expansion challenges the Big Bang (June 2016)
- Quiet Expansion Precede Big Bang? (September 2014)
- Scholars, scientists, and other thought leaders
- Seconds: Day, Year, and Until this Moment
- Simple View of the Universe
- Simplicity: Just how simple is it?
- Small Scale Universe: Notations 1-67
- Space and Time: Derivative, Discrete, Finite, and Quantized
- Speed of Light NOT Yet Confirmed With Planck Units and Base-2 Notation
- Student’s Science Fair Project
- Summary (January 2012: The very first overview of this work
- Tetrahedrons & Octahedrons
- Tiling and Tessellating the Universe: A Great Chain of Being
- Top Ten Reasons for The Big Board – little universe Project
- Two shoes: A review of where we were in July 2016
- Universe Clock: Day, Year, and Until this Moment:
- Universe Table: The Human Scale
- Values: Introductory Chart for Natural Values (June 2014)
- Welcome: Help. Participate. Initiate.
- Wikipedia Article (2012): Accepted And Then Rejected
- Wrong: There is a possibility