Let The Big Bang Theory Die A Natural Death
Background. In 2014, we called the Big Bang theory to question in light of the 202 notations or doublings from the Planck units to the Age of the Universe. By June 2016, a comparison was introduced contrasting the Big Bang theory with what had become known as a Quiet Expansion. That pushed our analyses even further — Simple Logic & Math, Big Bang on Ice and Continuity and Creation all questioned the role of big bang cosmology. In May 2018, this article was started at the same time Ten Reasons To Adopt A Quiet Expansion was started. Related homepage.
Ten Reasons. There is a long history and many works by scholars and scientists that describe the weaknesses of the Big Bang theory. This list begins with those earlier criticisms, then becomes quite current in light of the Ten Reasons To Adopt A Quiet Expansion model. It starts with the first moment of time, yet in this model that moment is understood to be an ongoing, ever present process. Every notation, every doubling, is an active, ongoing, integral part of our integrated universe. The ten reasons are:
- Scholars and scientists have questioned the Big Bang theory ever since its advent in the 1920s. As the theory became dominate throughout the 1970s and 1980s, it required more and more audacity to criticize it. One of the more pointed attacks began in 1991, yet by 2001 literally hundreds of recognized scholars became part of an adversarial group that continues to casually-and-loosely evolve.
- All Big Bang theories ignore the Planck base units and lift up Planck temperature as the basis for their model of the universe. There is no necessary, logical, scientific, or cosmological basis for lifting up temperature over and above the four base units.
- All Big Bang theories also ignore the finite-infinite relation. Because it is not a necessary part of their equations, the theorists miss possible facets of expansion or inflation and a natural thrust within the universe.
- Big Bang theories do not inherently define the very nature of space and time, light, mass and charge and the role of each. All have a necessary part within the beginning and evolution of the universe.
- No Big Bang theory has a necessary emergence for mathematics, logic, or values (the qualitative). It seems the big bang theorists’ primary concern is for the emergence of something physical, an exotic or strange matter that becomes the quark–gluon plasma or quark soup that gives rise to everything else. They miss the first 67 notations.
- Big Bang theories rely on space fillers, like the inflaton that are ascribed super-luminal and unique, one-of-a-kind performances that occur within infinitesimal amounts of time. (Note: An article will be written specifically about this issue).
- Big bang theories have an inherent lack of mathematics and a weak infrastructure for predictability and emergence of primary structures. Where are their numbers? Where are the geometries?
- Big Bang theories are particle centric not process centric (article to be written).
- Big bang theories encourage a dystopia that opens to solipsism and narcissism.
- Neil Turok says that the universe is a perpetual state of starting. Although his view is a quasi Big Bang, his conclusions are best illuminated by the Quiet Expansion whereby notation #1 is doing what it did within the first instant of creation and continued to do through every subsequent notation.