More on Big Bang Theory

Big Bang, big deal.

http://theresilientearth.com/?q=content/big-bang-blunder-and-carbon-pollution-canard

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3 responses to “More on Big Bang Theory

  1. Hoffman, Steinhardt,……….Great and encouraging stuff to read…………..
    ‘fundamentally untestable, and hence scientifically meaningless.’……….
    Sounds like most of the establishment ‘science’ we read about in the ‘pox-vopuli’ [as some lawyers like to call it.]

    e.g. I calculate the mass of a Hydrogen-Oxygen rocket to test the wild claims of some ‘special-relativists’ about the ‘Twin paradox’ using a 1Kg atomic clock system to be at least of the order of 10^146 Kg……..so absurdly large as to be laughable,,,,,,,,,,,[Someone please refute this ASAP if you can.]
    [Yes; I know the clock-paradox of general relativity is accurate, and vital to rocket-science in the real world.]

    P.S. john1282 pls chk yr gmail

  2. Yesterday I could have made the biggest math typo ever………Very sorry………
    The mass of H2+O2 required to accelerate a 1Kg clock from 0 to 0.25C and return, I calculate as ~ 4x 10^46Kg, NOT 10^146…….[.but still many orders of magnitude beyond the Chandrasekhar limit.]
    Out by a factor of 10^100………….
    I still hope someone will try the calculation, taking the heat of formation of H2O as 58 Kcal/mole……
    I waited for a hail of criticism, but no luck………..
    The world may well be full of apathy, but who cares…………

  3. Lowry, i have told you–you be smart, some of us be dumb.

    I don’t have the math or physics background. I know some who do, but i am not qualified to carry their briefcase.

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