Cosmic Microwave Corroborates The Theory Of V-Bang

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Cosmic microwave corroborates the theory of V-Bang In 1965 two scientists, son of Penzias and Robert Wilson, at Bell Telephone Laboratories in Murray Hill, New Jersey, discovered by chance that the sky is filled with radiation at low altitude. This cosmic background radiation (CMB) is very cold, only 2 725ΓΈ above absolute zero. Invisible to the naked eye, the CMB fills the universe with astonishing consistency in all directions.

The CMB has since been touted is a significant confirmation of the big bang, believed to have produced a huge shock of radiation wave that has traveled across the universe.

A discovery a few years however, discredits the connection between the big bang and the CMB. It seems, CMB can act as a kind of "film" on which passing radiation can make prints. As the CMB passes through the cosmos and passes enormous and powerful galaxies the energy of these galaxies of the "shadows" on the passage of the CMB.

Consternation of scientists, many huge galaxies the CMB has supposedly passed by during his journey through the space left no trace of telltale, as described in an article, "The Big Bang REMANENCE fails Test of Shadow," intergalactic on the website science

Well, and if the CMB is not actually travel all this way? So how he can fill the entire universe? What happens if the cataclysmic event which involves the big bang arrived at the same location and spread that its radiation in the universe actually happened throughout the universe simultaneously and its radiation had to travel only short distances to fill every corner of the cosmos?


The V-Bang theory explains how.

First, the idea that the universe began as a singularity, with any matter that we see today packed in a tiny point, was never that simple. First of all, where is all that matter come from? Second, there are studies which have shown that there may be a limit what compression question may be, and that the singularity of the big bang would have been beyond this limit.

With the V-Bang, however, it has no singularity and no question compressed. The only thing that the expansion is space.

Then why all the matter in the universe has?

Virtual particles.

Although a full review of virtual particles is beyond the scope of this article, a short introduction should suffice.

It is known that the empty space is not empty at all. It is filled with "virtual" particles that constantly pop the existence of pairs of particles and antiparticles. When these two meet, they annihilate each other. There are circumstances, however, by virtue of which the particles and antiparticles can obtain far removed from each other by powerful forces and remain as real particles (in a process called "Hawking radiation").

A moment in the expansion of the universe, the very hollow generation zero virtual particle initiated in massive quantities. Due in part to the violent nature of this event, most of these particles remained as real particles. In addition, the initial influx of virtual particles may be with content particles much more that antiparticles, for a matter of form even without the effect of the Hawking Radiation.

The second wave of particles in the universe, their powerful collisions with particles which were already shot out at terrific speeds by created expansion effect of "particle accelerator". That is, far more powerful than any accelerator man-made particle collisions have created massive black holes and would have generated shock waves powerful radiation, that the remains of which we now detect as CMB.

This explains why the CMB has no "shadow" of many galaxies through the cosmos - he never travelled their. The CMB was generated at the same time in space; It was generated not in some central location and spread far reaches of the universe.

This also explains a number of other observations on the cosmological diffuse background. For example, the "horizon problem". How the CMB is so uniform in the whole of the universe? In the big bang model, something will have to be communicated faster than the speed of light to reach all corners of the universe to facilitate changes in temperature. Not the case with the V-Bang. In the V-Bang, the CMB is uniform in the cosmos because the same exact process arrived throughout the cosmos.

The V-Bang also explains why we find fluctuations in temperature and even "spots cool," in the cosmological diffuse background, phenomena which cannot be explained by the big bang. V-Bang would not create perfectly "smooth" temperatures throughout the cosmos for reasons similar to why produces fireworks of the pockets of explosions and the empty pockets, which are naturally colder than explosions.

It also explains the problem of the "homogeneous". How a universe that began as assumed by the big bang can look so similar in all directions? After the flight part for as many billions of light years, would expect you things to change radically.

With the V-Bang, really no explanation is necessary even - it seems so similar everywhere because, once more, the same exact thing there everywhere.

Among the many obvious differences between the big bang and V-Bang, are distinguished: the source of matter in the universe.

The big bang implies that question already existed and was launched to the outside with the expansion of the universe. Where is the evidence for this? Where does matter come from?

The V-Bang makes such no hypothesis. Question, in the V-Bang, has existed in a process that can be observed today. Which, in my view, is an important step in solidifying a scientific approach to the origin of the universe.

Unfortunately, the brevity of this article is not the theory of V-Bang any justice. There is much more to it. In his account complete, V-Bang theory solves things like dark energy, dark matter, superstructures, greta empty space, old stars in the young space regions and more.

Josh Greenberger is author of the new book "the V-Bang" (V - Bang .org), a new theory that solves many cosmological puzzles that the big bang does not.Cosmic microwave corroborates the theory of V-Bang