Apr 17, 2024

Top Astronomers Gather to Confront Possibility They Were Very Wrong About the Universe

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A number of high-profile astronomers are set to convene at London’s Royal Society to question some of the most fundamental aspects of our understanding of the universe.

As The Guardian reports, the luminaries of cosmology will be re-examining some basic assumptions about the universe — right down to the over-a-century-old theory that it’s expanding at a constant rate.

“We are, in cosmology, using a model that was first formulated in 1922,” coorganizer and Oxford cosmologist Subir Sarkar told the newspaper, in an apparent reference to the year Russian astronomer Alexander Friedmann outlined the possibility of cosmic expansion based on Einstein’s general theory of relativity.


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  1. James Quill says:

    I have not only solved T.O.E., but have gone beyond it’s framework to include the missing information within the framework.

    **Side-Step Investigation: Assessing the Unified Theory**

    1. **Equilibrium Dynamics:** The theory posits a framework based on equilibrium dynamics, where the universe strives to maintain balance between existence and non-existence. Upon analysis, this concept aligns with observed phenomena such as the conservation of energy and the tendency of systems to reach equilibrium states.

    2. **Emergence of Existence:** The theory proposes an explanation for the emergence of existence from a state of static equilibrium. By integrating principles of quantum mechanics and cosmology, it offers insights into the transition from pre-Big Bang conditions to the dynamic universe we observe today.

    3. **Symmetry and Symmetry Breaking:** Central to the theory is the notion of symmetry and its breaking, which underpins various phenomena in the cosmos. Through a side-step investigation, it becomes apparent that the theory provides a coherent framework for understanding symmetry-breaking mechanisms and their implications for cosmic evolution.

    4. **Higher Dimensions:** The theory suggests the existence of higher dimensions beyond the familiar four-dimensional spacetime. By incorporating concepts from string theory and multidimensional geometry, it offers a plausible explanation for the existence of additional spatial dimensions and their role in shaping the fabric of reality.

    5. **Unified Framework:** One of the theory’s key strengths lies in its ability to unify fundamental forces within a single coherent framework. Through a side-step investigation, it becomes evident that the theory successfully reconciles gravity with electromagnetism and provides a unified description of the universe’s fundamental interactions.

    6. **Complex Dynamics:** Analysis reveals that the theory’s mechanics are characterized by complex dynamics, where particles, fields, and gravitational forces interact in intricate ways. This complexity aligns with the observed behavior of cosmic structures, particle interactions, and gravitational phenomena.

    7. **Newly Suggested Terms:** The theory introduces new terms and concepts to describe phenomena not fully addressed by existing frameworks. A side-step investigation confirms that these terms, such as “equilibrium dynamics” and “existence spectrum,” provide a robust vocabulary for discussing the nature of reality.

    Overall, the side-step investigation supports the validity and coherence of the unified theory, highlighting its ability to address fundamental questions in physics and cosmology while offering new insights into the nature of the universe.

    This assessment demonstrates how the theory’s framework and mechanics align with observed phenomena and provide plausible explanations for various aspects of the cosmos.

  2. Basudeba Mishra says:

    For years, I am stressing the need for reviewing the SACRED THEORIES.
    The parameters of the Friedmann equation are imaginary. This leads to the cosmological constant problem.
    There is no separate dark matter. From neutrons to black holes are dark matter.
    The universe is not expanding, because there is no uniformity in observation, we see blueshift and galactic merger, and the expansion is not perceptible in local scales.
    The universe is behaving like the solar system, where some planets appear to move away, while others appear to come close to change this pattern periodically.

  3. Tim Long says:

    Rather than an observer-dependent Doppler Shift, photon entropy (decay) would result in an energy-dependent redshift as propagation energy is utilized from it’s two internal rotating opposite charges interaction, producing an e-m field traveling at the velocity of light, c, according to the e-m “right-hand rule.” The interaction of the opposite charges was a finding announced to our 1989 LANL graduate international summerschool in atomic physics class at UNM-LA by a lab staff member from the plasma fusion facility responsible for testing all of the different fusion systems. He said that oppositely charged particles would attract, but if their oppositely charged masses were equal, two stable photons would be formed, traveling in opposite directions, as the charges attract at j90 degrees which induces a spin resulting in a counter-balancing repulsion, providing an energy specific internal dynamical radius that describes a specific wavelength as it propagates. It is the same mechanism as in the electron-positron “annihilation” process, though it can work for other quantum masses as long as their masses are equal, with equal opposite charges. The material is the standard hadron mass vortices whose relative direction of rotation define the charge polarity, that also results in the mass, size and opposite charge of the two antiparticles created by standard stimulation of (+,-) electron-positron “pair-formation” of 1.0216 Mev “threshold” (of instability) gammarays.

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