Authors: Mickey Thompson
Evidence of the big bang is overwhelming and researchers pinpoint that event at 13.8 billion years ago. Yet, they also find much older objects, inclining one to believe the big bang is but a local event in a grander universe. This perspective sheds amazing light on the log jam of mysteries incongruent with the current standard model. The Inflationary Hot Big Bang model is based on the premise the big bang created the universe. There is growing evidence, however, that is inconsistent with that model and researchers would prefer one that is more coherent and cohesive. This paper presents an unexamined model that more logically explains mysteries challenging the current model. These mysteries include: structures older than the big bang and too massive to exist in current theory; dark energy; big bang origin; ultimate outcome of the big bang’s expansion; disparity between matter and antimatter; causes of microwave background texture; optimal anthropic conditions; genesis of early stars and galaxies; dark matter; and explaining cosmic gravity’s relationship with quantum mechanics. The amalgamation of this evidence leads one to conclude we live in a steady-state universe that naturally grows ultra massive singularities which eventually collide to produce big bangs.
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