At 0.000000 the universe exploded into being – in the worst explosion ever. Not really a theory – rather the absence of one.
What's the proof? The red shift of light. So light from receding galaxies would be receding, then suddenly stop at 14 billion years.
Only thing is, it doesn't. As I grew up, the universe was 12 billion years old. And as things develop we can see further, so the big bang gets pushed back.
By 10,000 galaxies every billion years. And the red shift keeps from. So the further we look, the fast stuff is flying away.
Hmm. That's a bit counter intuitive. Any other evidence.
The limit of the sun's gravity is the heliopause, AND THE NASA VIKING SPACE SHIP HAS PASSED THROUGH IT.
The capitals were chosen by my computer – who as I to argue. So the boundary of the solar system sees loads of radiation.
Beyond this is a fine mist of antimatter. So as this bonds with matter, we get radiation.
So as antimatter experience light, the light gets a red shift. So the further we look through space, the more red shift we see. Eureka. The universe is not expanding.
Locally objects move towards and away from us. So near by objects should have a blue shift. Instead they have a small red shift – always.
So light gets a red shift as it moves through antimatter. And we only see antimatter in a physics lab. In the universe it is beaten back by light.
When the star has burnt its helium, it ceases to shine – it becomes a super massive iron star. That moves around the galaxy as a super dense region of gravity. So not a black hole, a non radiant brown star.
Gradually being penetrated by repulsive antimatter – you see antimatter does not attract – matter attracts other matter. And also antimatter.
Only light beats it back. No light, and the star shirks by a factor of 1,000. And gradually fills up with repulsive antimatter.
Trapped between matter – so it does not annihilate. The star swells, until it expands and goes nova. Scattering its matter to the universe. Our star is a 4th generation star.
But the light waves in space can merge, to form hydrogen.
Which is attracted into the debris from a star, which then collapses into a new star. So no need for a big bang. The stars go through phases of turning hydrogen into light, and it out space the light forms hydrogen – and around we go again. No start to time, no end to time.
`No big bang, or big crunch. The universe is just too big for either to be a tenable idea. The Viking space ships chronometer has gone wrong, as the passage of time outside the ship has reversed.