Friday, July 24, 2015

Plasma Cosmology VS Big Bang Theory EXPLAINED - Video Santos Cruz 6.15

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Santos Cruz 
With the flyby of spacecraft «New Horizons» trhough the Pluto/Charon binary planet system and it four (4) moons, few new findings in Plasma Cosmology have opened thousands of questions about the real constitution of the Universe and how this knowledge is bringing us to an higher understanding of what really is surrounding us.
Documentary added on June 12, 2015 
«These guys are the real deal...they explained about real astronomy and important things happened in the universe billions of years ago by moving further than hypothesis... 
This is the only way i can promote these so called alternative science...but for me their explanations are much better than mainstream (standard) science...»
Science and Ideology
Although The BBT (Big Bang Theory) can claim to be the dominant cosmology just now, many increasingly regard it as little more than ideology. There are no lack of web resources devoted to its demise, so, rather than going over too much old ground, below is a summary of some of its more controversial claims.
The CMB (Cosmic Microwave Background)
Big Bang supporters are fond of claiming CMB radiation as conclusive evidence for their theory, but these claims begin to look somewhat revisionist in the light of the following facts. 
The background temperature of space was predicted by Guillaume, Eddington, Regener, Nernst, Herzberg, Finlay-Freundlich and Max Born, based on a universe without expansion, and prior to the discovery of the CMB. 
Their predictions were far more accurate than models based on the Big Bang. In 1965, two young radio astronomers, Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson, accidentally discovered the CMB using a small horn antenna. 
This discovery was quickly seized upon by Big Bang supporters and they were later awarded the Nobel Prize!
The role of Plasma in The Universe
Plasma cosmology has gone beyond hypothesis and analysis. There are problems with part three, of course, experimentation on universal scales, but the fact is that plasmas are highly scalable, and super-computing capabilities have enabled us to model plasma behaviours on galactic scales ... utilising only a few simple formulae. 
These models are consistent with reality. Big Bang cosmology, by contrast, fails to adequately account for the 'clumpiness' and filamentary structures that we observe. Plasma cosmology does NOT rely on abstract mathematical modelling or an increasing array of exotic hypotheticals like Dark Matter and Dark Energy !

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