Wednesday, 25 March 2009

The Big Bang is a belief

One of the fundamentals of mainstream cosmology is the Big Bang; however the wealth of cosmological anomalous data suggests that the theory is too simplistic.
The Enchantments perspective favours the toroidal universe, a continuous expanding and contracting universe, perhaps a big doughnut, this is in keeping with plasma cosmology.

This is some of the November, 20, 2006 version of the Wikipedia article on Plasma Cosmology, which was subsequently heavily censored.
Plasma cosmology is a non-standard cosmology which emphasizes the electromagnetic properties of astrophysical plasmas. Plasma cosmology includes qualitative explanations for the evolution of the universe — from the cosmic microwave background, to galaxy formation, to large scale structure. Fundamental to its explanations are interpretations of many astrophysical phenomena by scaling results from laboratory experiments.
Is time and space curving back on itself?
Do we live in a feedback universe, I think so… either way the time is coming to recognize that scientific truth works on scales of truth like everything else. Newton was not wrong its just that Einstein saw more truth, but he struggled with quantum realities, now we superstring theory and M theory.
The Big Bang perspective is probably the perspective that we have been capable of thus far, or up to the 20th century.
Reality looks different as we evolve our consciousness. The intellectual capabilities of Big Bang advocates are not the issue, in most cases they may will have developed outstanding minds, its a matter of context and the starting position of ones enquiry.
The Human race is at an early stage of development in cosmological terms; we have not yet even properly left the planet and started colonizing.
Even the plasma doughnut toroid universe is not the ultimate view, maybe just a more sophisticated one that the Big Bang.
We are on an awesome journey into the heart of a mystery, we have come so far, yet lets not think we have arrived, if as species we open to the larger reality then the potentials for our planet is not limited to the idea of limited resources— for the Universe is infinite and eternal and there is no shortage of energy, even in our Solar system.


  1. Which puts me in mind of the Martin Plimmer & Brian King book, Beyond Coincidence;

    The Ultimate Coincidence. We’re talking about the fundamental physical laws pertaining to the day-to-day running of the Universe. Physicists call them the fundamental constants – things like the masses of atomic particles, the speed of light, the electric charges of electrons, the strength of gravitational force... we’re beginning to realise just how finely balanced they are. One flip of a decimal point either way and things would start to go seriously wrong. Matter wouldn’t form, stars wouldn’t twinkle, the Universe as we know it wouldn’t exist, nor would we.

    The cosmic harmony that made life possible exists at the mercy of what appears to be most unlikely odds.

  2. Who or what decided at the time of the Big Bang that the number of particles created would be one-in-a-billion more than the number of anti-particles, thus rescuing us from annihilation long before we even existed, and that the number of matter particles left behind would be exactly the right number to create a gravitational force that balanced the force of expansion and didn’t collapse the Universe like a popped balloon?

    Who or what decided that the mass of the neutron should be just enough to make the formation of atoms possible? That the nuclei together, in the face of their natural electro-magnetic desire to repulse each other, should be just strong enough to achieve this, thus enabling the Universe to move beyond a state of pure hydrogen?

    Who made the charge on the proton exactly right for the stars to turn supernovae, and fine-tuned the nuclear resonance level for carbon to just delicate enough a degree that it could form, making life, all of which is built on a frame work of carbon, possible.

    A conscious decision or a one-in-a-trillion coincidence..

    I’m currently working my way through Richard Dawkings’ The God Delusion at the moment, so I’d have to say it’s coincidence. Either that or it’s Lovecraft’s idiot God of Nuclear fusion, Azathoth . After all, why settle for the lesser of two evils, when you could have the greater?

    Outside the ordered universe is that amorphous blight of nethermost confusion which blasphemes and bubbles at the center of all infinity—the boundless daemon sultan Azathoth, whose name no lips dare speak aloud, and who gnaws hungrily in inconceivable, unlighted chambers beyond time and space amidst the muffled, maddening beating of vile drums and the thin monotonous whine of accursed flutes.