by Glenn Borchardt (April 18, 2019)
Now to the question at hand: Does the black hole in M87 falsify the Big Bang Theory? According to the Big Bang Theory, the universe exploded out of nothing 13.8 billion years ago. Since then, matter has been accumulating in the form of about 2 trillion galaxies, with the youngest being spiralic and oldest being elliptical. awaken
by David de Hilster (March 25, 2019)
A group of renowned cosmologists and astrophysicist are in search of a realistic picture of the universe. Their research and observational discoveries point in a direction diametrically opposed to the predominant Bog Bang theory – this leads to a series of sociological situations that verge on the extreme dogma controls wielded against Copernicus and Galileo in the past; only now against our protagonists of the 21st century. This is a controversial science documentary touching on the nerve of everything astronomers and cosmologist claim they know about the universe today. awaken
by George Coyne (March 20, 2019)
Big Bang proponents have no good observational evidence for their theory that alternative, more credible theories can also account for in better ways. The most frequently used argument in support of BBT is the 2.70K of the CMB. This is supposedly due to a hypothesized photon-decoupling period about 380,000 years after the Big Bang. The theory proposes that when the Universe was 4,000°K, photons d... awaken
by Lori Gardi (November 6, 2018)

The Antennae Galaxies (Arp 244) is one of hundreds of peculiar galaxies catalogued by Halton Arp. awaken
by Lori Gardi (August 25, 2018)
The red shift that is normally associated with an expanding universe, has a more logical explanation and it does not support the big bang awaken
by Ray Gallucci (August 25, 2018)
When looking at the distribution of galaxies, their distribution does not match a universe in expansion awaken