Authors: Mickey Thompson
Evidence of a big bang is overwhelming and most scientists accept that we live in a region of space that began its expansion some 13.8 billion years ago. The currently supported model of the universe, however, has encountered several anomalies that are not well accommodated by that model. This paper presents an analysis of these anomalies and presents an alternative model that seems to better fit the data. It also provides an architecture that’s predictive of much additional evidence we might expect to encounter in the near future. This new model is based on the view that dark energy; matter/antimatter disparity; cosmic microwave background texture; anthropic conditions; and the genesis of early stars and galaxies are a coherent body of evidence which suggests that the big bang did not occur in an empty void.
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