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What came before the Big Bang?

Posted by feww on November 28, 2010

Another Big Bang [Probably!]

Ye Olde Universe May Be Cyclical

Despite the physical cosmologists attempt to feed you their gobbledygook about the Big Bang and blame the first few moments after the event for the evolution of laws of nature, “God particle,” etc., “conformal cyclic cosmology” (CCC) precludes the need for a “magical” beginning.


Concentric circles in WMAP data may provide evidence of violent pre-Big-Bang activity. Sky region indicating the low variance circles. Credit: V. G. Gurzadyan and R. Penrose.

Now all you have to worry about is WHO or WHAT PUMPED in the INITIAL UNIVERSE MATERIAL?

Cosmologists Vahe Gurzadyan (Yaravan) and Roger Penrose (Oxford)  have found what they believe is evidence of events that predate the Big Bang (the last one), which supports CCC.

According to CCC theory the same object may have been subject to the same processes more than once, radiating out energy shockwaves.

“I was never in favour of it [Inflationary theory,] even from the start,” said Penrose.

“Inflation is supposed to have ironed all of these irregularities out.”

“How do you suddenly get something that is making these whacking big explosions just before inflation turns off? To my way of thinking that’s pretty hard to make sense of.”

Seven Year Microwave Sky [January 2010]
 


The detailed, all-sky picture of the infant universe created from seven years of WMAP data. The image reveals 13.7 billion year old temperature fluctuations (shown as color differences) that correspond to the seeds that grew to become the galaxies. The signal from the our Galaxy was subtracted using the multi-frequency data. This image shows a temperature range of ± 200 microKelvin. Credit: NASA / WMAP Science Team

“But if you’re not accepting inflation, you’ve got to have something else which does what inflation does,” he explained to BBC News.

“In the scheme that I’m proposing, you have an exponential expansion but it’s not in our aeon – I use the term to describe [the period] from our Big Bang until the remote future.

“I claim that this aeon is one of a succession of such things, where the remote future of the previous aeons somehow becomes the Big Bang of our aeon.”

A question for Gurzadyan and Penrose:

WHY would there be any trace of a prior Big Bang in a completely RECYCLED Universe?

FEWW Reflection Theory

Blog Moderators have developed a “Reflection Theory: Double the Nothing,” which makes a lot of aeons more sense …

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