Note of 6th September 2005 on Big Bang and Paper 49

Subject: Note of 6th September 2005 on Big Bang and Paper 49
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2008 07:02:45 EDT

This is around the time that I had developed paper 49. It was entitled “You can tell a Big Bang cosmologist (i.e “Harvard man” in the original good natured banter from Yale) but you cannot tell him too much”. It made the point that paper 49 wsa built around the interaction of light with inter-stellar gravitation via the homogeneous current of ECE theory. This is the cause of Beer Lambert absorption and refraction (change of frequency as in a prism, the red shift). Radio absorption of the inter-galactic medium is known experimentally. Vigier et al. had shown that this type of absorption is preferred to Big Bang using five critical tests: 1) angular size; 2) redshift; 3) Hubble diagram test; 4) galaxy number count; 5) differential log N log S test. If we accept the background Penzias Wilson radiation (a big if) the 2.7 K is the mean temp of the Universe, indicating a dark night sky. In ECE cosmology this background (if it exists) would be due to the Beer Lambert law as in paper 49. Interaction of gravitation and light with the homogeneous current j cause absorption and heating. From the Stefan Boltzmann law the mean black body temp emitted form the heated universe is 2.7 K. This resolves the Olbers paradox. In general red shifts are spectra in ECE theory. The origin and distribution of elements is as described by the Pinter Hypothesis, some parts of the univrese may be locally expanding or contracting, but overall the universe is boundless and without beginning or end.


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