Understanding your world is a big task and it takes time, but one thing is very important as you embark on this journey. It’s essential to question ALL areas of so-called science, and not leave any one of them exempt from scrutiny. Don’t investigate only medical science (pandemics and viruses), and maybe political science (global collectivist agendas) and perhaps economic science (central banking and a debt-based fractional reserve global fiat currency system) etc, etc. If you are seeking truth you must be consistent and not hold astronomy and quantum physics as beyond suspicion. Especially since the implications of both and the ‘conclusions’ of quantum physics specifically support otherwise irrational and mystical ideas, such as “we create our own reality”, the primacy of consciousness, and thus destroy the concept of truth.
The Big Bang Theory is officially proposed as the rational and ‘scientific’ alternative to creationism, but the two are presented as a false dichotomy. There are more things to consider than just these two options! Rational people do not entertain the idea that a supreme being created the Universe any more than they do Santa Claus. There is no mystical need to accommodate religion and suppose a ‘moment of creation’, and in fact it is illogical/irrational to do so.
In Episode 155 of Living outside the Matrix, Nigel Howitt discusses the Big Bang theory with Patrik Holmqvist and Simon Shack (author of the Tychos – Our Geoaxial Binary Solar System). All the points below and many others are raised that call to question this universally accepted explanation for the origin of existence.
Logically speaking, it is crucial to recognise that when we talk about the Universe we are talking about existence. Meaning, everything that exists. This is not controversial, yet it needs to be clarified in order to think logically about whether or not it could possibly have ‘begun’ at any one point. When you hear people talking about the creation of the Universe, substitute the word ‘existence’ and you will get a better idea of the sense of what they are saying
What is the Big Bang Theory?
The Universe is said to have begun at a single point physically and temporally, and it is said to be continually expanding. It allegedly offers “offers a comprehensive explanation for a broad range of observed phenomena, such as redshift, cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB), black holes, dark matter, event horizons and much more. In should be noted that the big bang as a concept resembles the fingerprint of a creator’s initial act. And thus fits nicely with a religious view of existence being created by god.
But the Big Bang theory is deeply questionable on closer scrutiny. First and foremost is it logically unsupportable and therefore inadmissible into rational discourse. Here’s why.
Nothing cannot be the cause of something. Understand that ‘nothing’ isn’t a different kind of something, it is no thing. Nothing is zero, the blank, the void, an absence of any existent thing or matter of any kind. Nothing is an absence of any existent thing, and as such it cannot be the cause of some other existent thing. Only something that exists can participate in causality. If something caused the existence of the universe, of all the galaxies and stars, it would have to have existed and be part of the totality of existence. If it didn’t exist, it couldn’t be a cause.
The Big Bang Theory represents an attempt to step outside of existence to explain existence! But existence is all there is. You cannot get outside of it, or behind it, or underneath it. Existence exists, and only existence exists. This is the only rational view of existence.
This argument alone should be sufficient to demolish the Big Bang Theory. However, if you remain unpersuaded, there are many other reasons to cast serious doubt over this ridiculous idea that has become almost universally accepted without question.
REDSHIFT and the Big Bang
In 1929 Edwin Hubble observed the phenomena of Redshift. This is when the higher (blue) frequencies of light are degraded or lost as the light travels the enormous distances to reach us from other galaxies. Hubble’s discovery was interpreted in a similar way to the Doppler effect with sound waves. This is when we hear a downward shift in tone when an object such as an ambulance passes us by and proceeds to move away from us.
However this is just one interpretation of redshift. American astronomer Halton Arp observed that light coming from different objects in the same region of space emitted vastly different amounts of redshift. Curiously he was ostracised from the mainstream astronomical community for this ‘heresy’. He was one of those rare breed of scientists who upholds the basic scientific principle that observation trumps theory.
It is interesting and amusing to note that mainstream astronomers rejected Arp’s theory due to a lack of evidence, but retained the Big Bang Theory that is logically inadmissible and is contradicted by Arp’s evidence! The key point of Arp’s research was to demonstrate that redshift had other explanations and thus to cling to the Big Bang Theory was unjustified.
There is also the theory of tired light. Although this is dismissed by Wikipedia (which upholds the establishment view) it remains a credible explanation for rational thinkers. The tired light theory can be likened to the effects we observe with sound waves. When we hear loud music at some distance away, the high frequencies are attenuated more. We hear the bass frequencies more easily than the cymbals and the hi-hats of the drum kit. If light is a wave it is entirely reasonable to suppose this explanation. However, quantum physics goes further of course and like to interpret light as a particle as well – when it is expedient to do so.
Incidentally, the scientific ‘mathemagicians’ use the redshift phenomena to calculate backwards and claim that the entire universe is said to have been created instantaneously out of nothing 13.8 billion years ago.
Dark Matter and the Big bang
Astronomers tell us that they see celestial bodies orbiting around ‘nothing’, or at least nothing that is visible to them. They subsequently invent the concept of dark matter and claim that it makes up 85% of the entire Universe. However, a much more plausible and less fanciful explanation is the known concept of binary star systems in which one of the pair of stars is considerably less luminous and thus remains unseen. Simon Shack makes a conclusive case for our solar system being a binary system in his excellent book – The Tychos.
A 2017 article in “Scientific American” reports that expensive high- profile experiments have all failed to find any evidence of ‘Dark Matter’. The whole idea of Dark matter remains merely a fanciful invention unsupported by evidence.
Here are two articles from the website “Science News” that cast doubt (even in the mainstream) about the existence of dark matter and support the idea of Binary star system.
Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) radiation and the Big Bang
In 1964 the Cosmic (background) Microwave Radiation was first detected. This is said to have reinforced the Big Bang Theory yet the argument is logically baseless. There could be any number of explanations for this phenomenon. The existence of CMB does not and cannot prove the Big bang Theory. However, it convinced many cosmologists that the steady-state theory was falsified, and it is still claimed that the steady-state theory cannot predict CMB.
The Standard Cosmological Model
First we must note the meaning of the word ‘cosmology’. It is a branch of metaphysics and, therefore, is a philosophical area of thought. Cosmology is not a physical science and as such is not bound by the same rules of reason, logic, evidence and proof governing legitimate scientific method. Not that any other areas of ‘scientism’ these days do either. But the point is that cosmologists don’t even have to pay lip service to scientific method! This is very important to bear in mind. Consider what Wikipedia has to say about the “Standard Cosmological model”
“Dramatic advances in observational cosmology since the 1990s, including the cosmic microwave background, distant supernovae and galaxy redshift surveys, have led to the development of a standard model of cosmology. This model requires the universe to contain large amounts of dark matter and dark energy whose nature is currently not well understood, but the model gives detailed predictions that are in excellent agreement with many diverse observations.”
The ‘Standard Cosmological Model’ began in 1915 with Einstein’s ‘General Theory of Relativity’. It smacks of a nicely packaged set of beliefs for new astronomers to ‘learn’ and adhere to. Beware of the dubious implication of language such as ‘standard model’ and the use of such phrases to align thinking into one unquestionable dogma. This is precisely what we see today.
Black Holes and the Big bang
The concept of the black hole is another one that lends support to the standard cosmological model without any credible evidence beyond the fact that almost every astronomer buys into the idea or pays lip service to it. Notice that if this alone persuades you of truth it is the same reason the majority accept the climate emergency, or the scamdemic, or false flag terrorism, or the moon landings, etc, etc.
Us truth seekers must be prepared to question all areas of so-called science. Not just medical science, climate science, political science and economic science. The central principle is to question ALL of the ideas of men, particularly those espoused during the last few hundred years since the Age of Reason.
It is not true to say that reality is nothing like we think it is. It is only the world of ideas promoted and disseminated through the mainstream media of the day that is nothing like we think it is. This means the body of alleged knowledge that passes as science. In fact it is pseudoscience or ‘scientism’. It is the new mystical religion of the masses. It is imposed through propaganda and finds fertile ground in the unthinking multitude of those incapable of independent logical thinking.
The work of Einstein has been debunked by many people – not least by Simon Shack in his excellent book – The Tychos. We must question Einstein conclusions and look beyond his bewildering equations and theory that few understand. We must doubt the high priests of modern scientism if we are to discern truth. The most important reason to do this is because the conclusions presented to us as facts support ideas that undermine the concept of truth and which therefore undermine our freedom.
The famous double slit experiment is perhaps the best known of these. It supports the idea that consciousness has the upper hand and creates reality. This undermines the fact that reality is an objective absolute, and thus destroys the concept of truth.
When questioning the claims of men leave no stone un-turned. Sharpen your logical thinking skills. Rise up and be one of the new intellectuals. Challenge the dogma with logic and reason.
We are either heading to another dark age of slavery and collectivism, or a bright new age of reason. The outcome will be determined by how many men rise to the intellectual challenge.