• Center for Perfection Studies • The Big Board–Little Universe Project • January 2017 •
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What is today’s worst mistake in science?
The adoption of Big Bang Cosmology as fact — not just theory — is the worst mistake in science today. It is inextricably woven with Newton’s overly confident definition of absolute space and time (which is quite possibly the all-time worst mistake). If Newton had stretched for a higher level of generality but with more meaningful specificity, he may have started a real discussion with Gottfried Leibniz. Is it possible that the concept of time could be order-continuity? Could the concept of space be relations-symmetries? These possibilities are being analyzed. 
Today’s big bang cosmology puts blinders on the the entire theoretical physics community and limits the creativity of people like those at CERN labs in Geneva. It has shut down discussion and openness to other theories and that stunts the growth of science.
First, there is a growing list of questions that big bang cosmology has not addressed. More background can be found on Wikipedia. There are also many highly-respected scholars, academics, scientists and researchers who object to its dominance. Big bang cosmology has survived only because there has not been a stronger, more compelling alternative theory.
But, that just may be changing.
In 2012 a simple and totally predictive theory began to emerge. It uses base-2 exponentiation, a natural inflation, that begins with the original three Planck base units (time, length, mass) at the first moment of creation and goes up to the current time in just over 200 notations.
This model is a virtual script that defines each of the big bang epochs more precisely than big bang cosmology, yet it requires no “big bang.”. Following each of the notations from Planck Time is pivotal; within this scale of the universe, the first second falls between notations 143 and 144. The first day is between notations 160 and 161. And, the first year is between notations 168 and 169. Large structure formation at 150 million years is within notations 196 to 197.
What happens in that first second of creation will go a long way to answering key questions about isotropy-and-homogeneity and about dark energy and dark matter. It brings into question the roll of geometry, simple math and simple logic. It also reopens the Leibniz-Newton debate about the nature of space and time and the infinite.
Of course, the particle people will say that notations 2 to 65 have no physical significance. They would be correct. Things within that range are not physical by any standards or conventions that we follow today. This is the domain for systems theory, ontology, Langlands programs, pointfree geometries, scalar field theory, automata theory, and more. Thank you.
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