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The “Big Bang” theory is indeed a most awkward explanation! Most of the illustrations of this theory look like a waste paper basket on its side spilling out galaxies! I believe there was no such “Big Bang.” There was only a gradual accumulation of particles from deep space quantum energy throughout eons of time until the Universe became opaque with unlimited amounts of gaseous material over 13 billion years ago. Then everywhere burst into an amazing display of quasars. Quasars became galaxies most often containing hundreds of billions of stars. It cannot be correct to assume that from an infinitesimal point the whole universe suddenly inflated into a massive universe as complex as the one we now live in. This sudden “inflation” theory sounds just too far-fetched. Even one of the great physicists of our time, Roger Penrose from the University of Oxford, could not accept it: WMAP Shows Evidence of ‘Activity’ Before Big Bang
In a Previous Epoch there Was Nothing But Void
According to the latest observations of very distant galaxies, quasars, gamma ray bursts, etc., from over 13 billion light-years away, the universe seems to be going through vast stages of evolution. However, the idea that somehow the entire universe in all its immensity started out from a single point smaller than an atom seems both preposterous and unnecessary. Even more impossible is the idea that somehow all that which came from this “Big Bang” was so perfectly aligned to at least six numbers and/or laws of physics that it was able to accidentally form into a whole, vast life-bearing universe without collapsing too soon or expanding too rapidly!
Such an event would be so unlikely and so far-fetched that the chances of that event actually happening would be practically nonexistent. To assume that even the space-time continuum had a beginning to it is utterly strange and unnecessary. 13.7 billion years is not the age of this ageless universe, it is the age of the Universe (and distance from our location) where the Universe has become too opaque to see any further. There is also an event horizon of 16 billion light-years where any galaxies would recede faster than light and would never be seen by us, making it seem as if the universe started near that point in time.
What would most likely lie beyond this dark horizon of time and opaque space? In the distant past there was nothing but a cold, vast void, with no stars except possibly a few ancient black holes left over from a previous universe scattered here and there. Because all of space is saturated with dark energy, space is always expanding, especially between the most distant objects, whatever may be left over from any previous universes may have continued to “expand” over the cosmic horizon never to be seen again.
With all this dark energy forcing galaxies to move apart at an accelerating rate in all directions, there is no need for a “Big Bang” to explain why the universe is expanding in the way that it is. Instead of exploding from a tiny point, the universe is constantly replacing itself with new waves of galactic creation. A possibility remains that some remnants of a previous universe may still be left hanging around and therefore have some effect on the design of the next creation.
There Are Waves or Periods of Creation and Star Formation between long Periods of Darkness
There are waves or phases of creation; never a “Big Bang” from a single point of of an impossibly huge amount of quantum energy all at one time, but rather a continuous and harmonious flow of creative quantum (dark) energy throughout all space lasting indefinitely and resulting in vast clouds of dark matter and eventually the components of physical matter atoms in the form of plasmas and electrons condensing either directly from dark energy or possibly “stepped” down from the higher vibrations of dark matter via the same quantum or dark energy influences that created the dark matter in the first place. Dark energy, the originator of all things, is one and the same as the quantum fluctuations of space, zero point energy and the Casimir effect.
Space is the multidimensional oneness of all things. Space is the one Original Substance that always has existed and always will exist. This undefinable oneness does not come from nothing, yet is absolutely original, independent, self-defining, self-supporting and complete. Being an infinite amount of nothing, space is visually finite yet eternal in principle. Space has or needs no beginning or ending, it simply exists forever as a universal wholeness. The next wave of creation began as a boundless, dark and foggy mass that took hundreds of billions of years, if not, thousands of billions of years of quantum energy events to accumulate thick enough to start condensing. This multi-particle “fog” contained vast clouds of hydrogen, helium and lithium plasmas (free electrons and nuclei).
With the influence of dark matter, magnetic, electrical, and gravitational forces, these vast clouds of plasma formed into knots that condensed into massive stars (some as large as billions of solar masses) which started to consume and/or blow off vast volumes of gas into space causing a chain reaction of more star formation and fusion of hydrogen, helium, etc. into heavier elements throughout the cosmic sea of fog. Within a few hundred-million years of the beginning of this first wave of star formation, the largest stars collapsed into vast black holes with polarized streamers and huge halos of star cloud and dark matter.
The closest thing to a “Big Bang” that actually happened in the early universe were these countless millions of gargantuan super novae going off as immense first generation stars reached the end of their relatively short but very intense multi-million year life-spans. Some of the largest stars or clusters of stars quickly burned out and collapsed into vast gamma-ray bursting black holes that later became quasars and finally the centers of elliptical and spiral galaxies thousands of light-years across.
If one could see back in time, deep into the early universe, one would see some of the most violent events that ever took place. One would see huge, unstable, hot blue stars with millions, if not billions of solar masses forming in countless mega-nebulae. One would see clumpy or chaotic looking galaxies with thousand light-year long streaks or streamers as these hot, massive stars quickly burn out, explode and collapse into vast black holes or quasars. Evidence of huge explosions would dot the whole region.
Three to twelve billion years later, galaxies became much larger and more regular in shape such as the elliptical and spiral galaxies that exist today. Second and third generation stars with heavier elements formed allowing for solar systems with solid planets bearing living organisms. Smaller stars tend to be much more stable and commonplace and will continue to light up the galaxies for another five to one-thousand billion years. The smallest stars (red dwarfs) will shine the longest.
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I guarantee you will see the universe in a way you’ve never seen it before! This unusual perspective in alternative cosmology came from a compilation of writings based on thirty-seven years of deep contemplation on the nature of reality starting in 1975 yet updated to match today’s most advanced astronomical observations and latest cosmological research. The enclosed chapters contain my deepest insights on creation including a compendium of compatible alternative cosmological concepts regarding the formation of the universe and the creation of reality. Most scientific thinking today still revolves around the idea that reality is structured independent of our awareness and that all thoughts, feelings and consciousness are strictly artifacts of the human brain from withing the five physical senses of the physical body. However, as long as one assumes that all “external” reality is a completely and utterly separate reality from one’s innermost consciousness, one could never hope to even begin to solve a vast assortment of life’s deepest and most profound mysteries.