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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    Only several years of posting history and the many comments and claims you have made. I have no real judgment or knowledge of "you" so much as what you have shown and indicated in posts.
    I published many papers answering questions can not be answered by Bigbang, see my blog on Dynamic Universe Model for details. Search internet
    Asking how the Universe "got" anything is a question asking of Creation.
    The energy involved is the same energy as what is still in the Universe, today. This is one reason why cosmologists dislike the comparison of 'the expansion of the Universe' to 'an Explosion.' An explosion dissipates energy. The inflation of the Universe did not dissipate energy. The energy converted into something else and remained in the system.
    And your question relates: You ask how it had the energy to push the galaxies... The expansion event did not push any galaxies, any stars, any planets - there Were None of those at that time. Those forms of matter are what came after the expansion event as energy was converted into Mass. That mass developed into proto matter, that developed into gaseous clouds, that coalesced into stars and so on.

    Prior to that, the Universe existed in a superstate of energy that we cannot describe now and maybe we never will be able to describe it. There are some things that even using the Scientific Method in rigorous investigation cannot answer. This is because the physics of the Universe that we understand today was radically different back then. The physics we understand today had not yet developed. We have no means of testing and measuring what physical laws were at work at that time, before the development of Mass and Energy into the forms we know them today out of that superstate. Perhaps, an advanced intelligence could deduce it... But we are not that advanced; we do not have the means to investigate the creation of the universe or how to define time without using the properties of SpaceTime that developed after the Big Bang.
    How do you explain the Blue shifted Galaxies....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    Only several years of posting history and the many comments and claims you have made. I have no real judgment or knowledge of "you" so much as what you have shown and indicated in posts.
    This Dynamic Universe Model approach solves many unsolved problems and (published papers) like…

    1. Galaxy Disk formation using Dynamic Universe Model (Dense mass) Equations
    2. Solution to Missing mass in Galaxies: It proves that there is no missing mass in Galaxy due to circular velocity curves
    3. Explains gravity disturbances like Pioneer anomaly, etc.
    4. Non-collapsing Large scale mass structures formed when non-uniform density distributions of masses were used
    5. Offers Singularity free solutions.
    6. Non- collapsing Galaxy structures
    7. Solving Missing mass in Galaxies, and it finds reason for Galaxy circular velocity curves….
    8. Blue shifted and red shifted Galaxies co-existence…
    9. Explains the force behind expansion of universe.
    10. Explains the large voids and non-uniform matter densities.
    11. Predicts the trajectory of New Horizons satellite.
    12. Withstands 105 (One Hundred Thousand) times the Normal Jeans swindle test
    13. Explaining the Pioneer Anomaly
    14. Explaining the formation of Astronomical jets
    15. Explaining the high velocities in Astronomical Jets
    16. Prediction of “No-dark” matter proved experimentally
    17. Near light velocities in Astronomical jets
    18. Prediction of Blue shifted Galaxies came true
    19. Explaining VLBI (Very long Baseline Interferometry)
    20. Energy to mass conversion
    21. Explaining super luminal neutrinos
    Etc…
    See the Dynamic Universe Model Blog for details...
    If you feel these are claims, we can discuss…Almost all the unsolved problems of Bigbang are solved here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snp.gupta View Post
    I published many papers answering questions can not be answered by Bigbang, see my blog on Dynamic Universe Model for details. Search internet
    I could claim to have "published papers" on a topic; But if they are not peer reviewed, that means absolutely diddly squat.
    There are plenty of works of fiction out there. People have published whole books on nonsense; Sylvia Browne has one about how she saw fairies in Ireland.
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    How do you explain the Blue shifted Galaxies....?
    You may notice that the very few galaxies showing Blue Shift are all nearby galaxies, part of a local group that are in relative motion to each other. Which explains them quite easily.

    Quote Originally Posted by snp.gupta View Post
    This Dynamic Universe Model approach solves many unsolved problems and (published papers) like…

    1. Galaxy Disk formation using Dynamic Universe Model (Dense mass) Equations
    This is already explained by current mainstream theory.
    Quote Originally Posted by snp.gupta View Post
    2. Solution to Missing mass in Galaxies: It proves that there is no missing mass in Galaxy due to circular velocity curves
    Your use of the word "proves" in science already suggests that you have a poor understanding of how actual theory works. That aside, what circular velocity curves are you talking about? Galaxies due not follow orbital velocity curves which is why galactic rotational curves must follow mass distribution calculations.
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    3. Explains gravity disturbances like Pioneer anomaly, etc.
    This is already understood to be thermal recoil force which explains the "anomaly" to a very exacting degree of accuracy.
    Quote Originally Posted by snp.gupta View Post
    4. Non-collapsing Large scale mass structures formed when non-uniform density distributions of masses were used
    Already understood by mainstream astronomy.
    Quote Originally Posted by snp.gupta View Post
    5. Offers Singularity free solutions.
    John Gabriels "N.C." offers derivative free calculus: That doesn't make it valid.
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    6. Non- collapsing Galaxy structures
    Already understood by mainstream astronomy.
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    7. Solving Missing mass in Galaxies, and it finds reason for Galaxy circular velocity curves….
    You already said this.
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    8. Blue shifted and red shifted Galaxies co-existence…
    Already understood by mainstream astronomy and addressed above.
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    9. Explains the force behind expansion of universe.
    Accelerated expansion?
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    10. Explains the large voids and non-uniform matter densities.
    Already explained by the Lambda CDM model.
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    11. Predicts the trajectory of New Horizons satellite.
    That's basic orbital mechanics and Newtonian Physics will do that well enough. What does that have to do with Cosmology?
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    12. Withstands 105 (One Hundred Thousand) times the Normal Jeans swindle test
    Have you tried the Baez Crackpot Index?
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    13. Explaining the Pioneer Anomaly
    You said this one, already and I already pointed out that Thermal Recoil Force explains it exactly.
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    14. Explaining the formation of Astronomical jets
    Already explained by Stellar Evolution.
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    15. Explaining the high velocities in Astronomical Jets
    See above.
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    16. Prediction of “No-dark” matter proved experimentally
    Citation required. Do you have a peer reviewed paper on your experiment?
    I'll give you one to start you out with: The behaviour of dark matter associated with four bright cluster galaxies in the 10*kpc core of Abell 3827
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 84, 3760 (2000) - Observational Evidence for Self-Interacting Cold Dark Matter
    Astronomical Signatures of Dark Matter
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    17. Near light velocities in Astronomical jets
    You said this already and I'll repeat... Already explained by mainstream astronomy.
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    18. Prediction of Blue shifted Galaxies came true
    Adressed three times at this point... and you already said it.
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    19. Explaining VLBI (Very long Baseline Interferometry)
    Very vague claim- what needs explaining? Is radio astronomy barking up the wrong tree?
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    20. Energy to mass conversion
    Already explained by theory of Relativity.
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    21. Explaining super luminal neutrinos
    Already understood to be an error, no superluminal neutrinos have ever been observed.
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    Etc…
    etc.? You repeated yourself a lot. I wonder how much of your etc. would be more repeats...
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    Almost all the unsolved problems of Bigbang are solved here.
    Or are already solved and you are ignoring that fact, listing a bunch of known processes as somehow magically unsolved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    I could claim to have "published papers" on a topic; But if they are not peer reviewed, that means absolutely diddly squat.
    There are plenty of works of fiction out there. People have published whole books on nonsense; Sylvia Browne has one about how she saw fairies in Ireland.

    You may notice that the very few galaxies showing Blue Shift are all nearby galaxies, part of a local group that are in relative motion to each other. Which explains them quite easily.


    This is already explained by current mainstream theory.

    Your use of the word "proves" in science already suggests that you have a poor understanding of how actual theory works. That aside, what circular velocity curves are you talking about? Galaxies due not follow orbital velocity curves which is why galactic rotational curves must follow mass distribution calculations.

    This is already understood to be thermal recoil force which explains the "anomaly" to a very exacting degree of accuracy.

    Already understood by mainstream astronomy.

    John Gabriels "N.C." offers derivative free calculus: That doesn't make it valid.

    Already understood by mainstream astronomy.

    You already said this.

    Already understood by mainstream astronomy and addressed above.

    Accelerated expansion?

    Already explained by the Lambda CDM model.

    That's basic orbital mechanics and Newtonian Physics will do that well enough. What does that have to do with Cosmology?

    Have you tried the Baez Crackpot Index?

    You said this one, already and I already pointed out that Thermal Recoil Force explains it exactly.

    Already explained by Stellar Evolution.

    See above.

    Citation required. Do you have a peer reviewed paper on your experiment?
    I'll give you one to start you out with: The behaviour of dark matter associated with four bright cluster galaxies in the 10*kpc core of Abell 3827
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 84, 3760 (2000) - Observational Evidence for Self-Interacting Cold Dark Matter
    Astronomical Signatures of Dark Matter

    You said this already and I'll repeat... Already explained by mainstream astronomy.

    Adressed three times at this point... and you already said it.

    Very vague claim- what needs explaining? Is radio astronomy barking up the wrong tree?

    Already explained by theory of Relativity.

    Already understood to be an error, no superluminal neutrinos have ever been observed.

    etc.? You repeated yourself a lot. I wonder how much of your etc. would be more repeats...

    Or are already solved and you are ignoring that fact, listing a bunch of known processes as somehow magically unsolved.
    On the name of “BigBang” what was done till today is embezzlement of public funds, misleading people in wrong directions. Pulling the real people legs is other part of the strategy… People should work for science, not for money….

    All are failures of Bigbang based cosmology…


    Even Einstein disliked Bigbang and gave public statements…

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    I know what happened to WMAP data, I got the copy of earlier data when I pointed out that day. Later data was manipulated. This new data is available now on WMAP web page….

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    Blue shifted galaxies are 40 % . Will support my research? I will show every detail… Just shouting that they are 6 or 8 is just ignorance of present HST ( Hubble Space Telescope) data…

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    It is 25 years of hard work you are just ridiculing, It is a public challenge to you, show me which of my calculation or which of derivation is wrong…? All my books and papers are publicly available…

    You mean peer review means support for Bigbang?. Otherwise all my published papers are peer reviewed search internet

    Search internet for Dynamic Universe Model blog for the published papers....

    DYNAMIC UNIVERSE MODEL: Papers Published

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    Quote Originally Posted by snp.gupta View Post
    On the name of “BigBang” what was done till today is embezzlement of public funds, misleading people in wrong directions. Pulling the real people legs is other part of the strategy… People should work for science, not for money….
    Typical Conspiracist Crap.
    Whenever some layman thinks they Know Better than the experts, they claim that the experts are all involved in some magical conspiracy organization that has such amazing control over thousands of people including all the verifiable independent data. Of course, all these professionals are spewing forth a tissue of lies, right?

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    All are failures of Bigbang based cosmology…
    You are just spouting words. I haven't seen you put forth a single bit of data, no papers... nothing.

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    Even Einstein disliked Bigbang and gave public statements…
    Aside from that being a fallacy of appealing to Einstein; the man was as capable of error as anyone else and had committed his fair share of scientific errors... Einstein did not denounce the Big Bang. It is true that Einstein aesthetically preferred a Static Universe. But he did not deny big bang based on that preference.
    I, too, would prefer a static universe. Therefor, you could say that I dislike the Lambda CDM model. Irrelevant to the voluminous data and evidence that supports it.

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    I know what happened to WMAP data, I got the copy of earlier data when I pointed out that day. Later data was manipulated. This new data is available now on WMAP web page….
    You claim that the data was manipulated- as part of the Grand Conspiracy to hold scientific progress back. Got it.

    You, as always, still lack a shred of any evidence at all.

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    Blue shifted galaxies are 40 % .
    Wrong.
    Note: You make that claim, as all your claims, without any supportive evidence whatsoever. Where did you arrive at the figure of 40% of galaxies are blue-shifted? You made it up.
    If I provide links with evidence that a minimal number of galaxies are blue-shifted and they are all part of the local group; you will claim it's all lies made by the Grand Conspiracy.
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    Will support my research? I will show every detail… Just shouting that they are 6 or 8 is just ignorance of present HST ( Hubble Space Telescope) data…
    Quit saying you'll support it and Do It.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snp.gupta View Post
    It is 25 years of hard work you are just ridiculing,
    Cries the man accusing all professional astronomers of being liars and conspirators...
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    It is a public challenge to you, show me which of my calculation or which of derivation is wrong…? All my books and papers are publicly available…
    Certainly, we have already started that, anyway. You will just claim I'm lying with each data point I give...
    You also won't meet your own challenge and show the errors in the Real Science that you claim are all lies (Because you are unable to.)

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    You mean peer review means support for Bigbang?
    I mean Peer Review. That means that other professionals examine your work to see if it matches the data. You, of course, will claim the reviewers are part of a conspiracy to silence you... You forget just how much of this data is Independently verifiable even by amateur astronomers. Let me guess... the global Illumanti gets to them and forces them into the conspiracy, but you are immune to their influence.

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    Otherwise all my published papers are peer reviewed
    You have ZERO peer reviewed papers in any scientific journal and your Blog does not qualify as Publishing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnYair KyawZwar View Post
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    time is also endless in both directions , forwards or backwards .
    .........
    Time going backwards was not observed

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