Relativity and Cosmology


The Rise and Fall of Black Holes and Big Bangs

Authors: Stephen J. Crothers

The generic defining characteristics of all alleged black hole universes contradict the generic defining characteristics of big bang universes. Consequently black hole universes and big bang universes are mutually exclusive - they cannot co-exist. For instance, all alleged black hole universes are eternal whereas all alleged big bang universes are of finite age (~13 billion years); all alleged black hole universes are not expanding whereas all alleged big bang universes are expanding. All black hole universes are independent universes just as all alleged big bang universes are independent universes since each different type of black hole universe pertains to a completely different set of Einstein field equations. Despite their incompatibility cosmologists routinely blend these black hole and big bang universe to produce multiple black holes in some big bang universe, in violation of elementary logic, and augment the inadmissible hybrids with a Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation ad arbitrium.

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