Wednesday, September 05, 2007

There was no Big Bang


That the Universe was begot by an infinitely small singularity is absurd on the face of it.

And physicists pursuing that notion are bordering on the insane.

But this doesn’t mean that the Steady State theory is bona fide; that notion was wiped away by evidence of an expanding Universe.

But there was no Big Bang. Such an event is and was an impossibility.

Yet there is another possibility – if Einstein’s idea of space-time is correct (and it seems to be) – which is that our Universe was created by the intrusion of a parallel universe into a fissure within the fabric of space.


That is, an expanding universe, from a dimension of the Eternal Infinity breached a crack or hole in the fabric of space and brought part of the parallel universe into our area of the Eternal Infinity, which only consisted of Dark Matter and Dark Energy before the insertion of the expanding matter that we now know as our Universe.

Was the fissure a Black Hole? Or a rending that has yet to be determined or discovered?


That is where the physical sciences need to assert theory and research.

The Big Bang never happened, and the continuing hypothesizing about it is a futile waste of (Space) Time and (Dark) Energy.