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Is CMBR evidence of spacetime and not Big Bang?
« on: 01/04/2010 08:15:27 »
Is CMBR  evidence of spacetime and not Big Bang?


There are only two phenomena that completely occupy all of outer space and interior of atoms: namely, spacetime and  gravitational field. CMBR, uncannily,  completely occupies all of outer space. Is this CMBR the making of spacetime and not exactly of Big Bang? That temperature of 2.7K could be the temperature of spacetime. CMBR  has electro-magnetic property, the same with spacetime and universal gravitational field on which electro-magnetic light propagates. Please read Dr. Einstein speech in 1920 in which he revived aether as the medium on which electro-magnetic  light propagates. That revived aether is, impliedly,  no other than spacetime, itself, of Dr. Einstein. Thus, in so many ways, that CMBR is more an evidence of the existence of spacetime and not exactly Big Bang.

The mistake  at that time CMBR was proposed the making of Big Bang was that the CMBR was the making of galaxies, stars. But it is found, conclusively, it was not. Its source was bigger, wider, different from the making of galaxies, stars. Thus, though, it was predicted that the CMBR (5K?) was the background of Big Bang, it does not exactly follow it is correct. The fact that CMBR temperature of 2.7K is being attempted to reach  in laboratory  also shows that it is spacetime  because spacetime occupies even the interior of atoms.The fact that CMBR is very extremely uniform throughout the universe also shows it is the skein, fabric of spacetime that is evenly stretched.CMBR of Big Bang should have been higher from source of such biggest explosion and reduced the farther from source.

Just food for thought.




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Is CMBR evidence of spacetime and not Big Bang?
« Reply #1 on: 02/04/2010 10:19:54 »
Is CMBR  evidence of spacetime and not Big Bang?

There are only two phenomena that completely occupy all of outer space and interior of atoms: namely, spacetime and  gravitational field. CMBR, uncannily,  completely occupies all of outer space. Is this CMBR the making of spacetime and not exactly of Big Bang? That temperature of 2.7K could be the temperature of spacetime. CMBR  has electro-magnetic property, the same with spacetime and universal gravitational field on which electro-magnetic light propagates. Please read Dr. Einstein speech in 1920 in which he revived aether as the medium on which electro-magnetic  light propagates. That revived aether is, impliedly,  no other than spacetime, itself, of Dr. Einstein. Thus, in so many ways, that CMBR is more an evidence of the existence of spacetime and not exactly Big Bang.

I have noticed you have made a distinction with Einstein's spacetime from spacetime of mathematical relativism. You mentioned "the same with spacetime and universal gravitational field on which electro-magnetic light propagates", I hope you now would not insist on Einstein's spacetime is not luminiferous; Einstein's spacetime is the carrier of light.

WMAP of CMBR in its empirical observations asserts that Euclidean geometry is experimentally true with high accuracy throughout most of the Universe; this is contrary to GR in mathematical relativism. Google this you will find it. This supports Einstein's spacetime in a Euclidean geometry and it is against spacetime of mathematical relativism, such as the Minkowski spacetime.

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CMBR of Big Bang should have been higher from source of such biggest explosion and reduced the farther from source.

I agreed with this.
 

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Is CMBR evidence of spacetime and not Big Bang?
« Reply #2 on: 03/04/2010 08:06:44 »

Thank you for agreeing.

I also agree with you: spacetime is carrier of light. In deeper analysis, spacetime has luminiferous property but in super-super thin outer space and at super-super speed of light, that luminiferous is so equally thin that it is invisible, that is why outer space is black. But when light hits matter at concentrated length of 186,000 miles per second, it lights up.

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