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Even if nobody questions it, if it is wrong then at some point the model will fail to match the available observations.
If the Big Bang Theory is wrong, how will we know unless someone questions it?
It appears to me that current Scientific Thinking is accepting of the Big Bang Theory.
Should Science close its' mind to a theory just because most have accepted it for various reasons?
Well, not everyone accepts The Big Bang Theory, and of those who do, there's some disagreement about it.
I lean toward The Big Bounce Theory (steady-state model) myself.
The bigbang supporters are still trying to digest the spectrum of the most distant quasars which, by the way, cannot be made to match their model.
Quote from: Robro on 04/03/2010 18:40:39The bigbang supporters are still trying to digest the spectrum of the most distant quasars which, by the way, cannot be made to match their model. Says who?
The timescale of quasar variability is widely expected to show the effects of time dilation. In this Letter, we analyze the Fourier power spectra of a large sample of quasar light curves to look for such an effect. We find that the timescale of quasar variation does not increase with redshift, as required by time dilation. Possible explanations of this result all conflict with widely held consensus in the scientific community...Hawkins
I pulled this from the web, it raises the question that if time dilation isn't present at the distance of these quasars, then the cause of redshift wouldn't be relativistic velocity, right? This may force us to rely on inflation alone. Szchazam! And the universe is there in it's pristine form. Those quazy quasars! Who do they think they are anyway?
And iron is also found way out there were the BB baby universe wasn't old enough to produce it, right? I don't want to try and suggest any theory here, because the thread will be moved or locked. So I think it is OK to just show reasons why the current popular theory is inconsistent with very important observations.
scientist's search the another theory which