December 1, 2017
When reviewing Physics textbooks from the 1950s, and comparing what was known then to what is advanced theoretically today, it is obvious that the early theoretical Physicists were somewhat wrong in their analyses decades ago in many concepts. The most serious errors made at that time were the Big Bang model of the Universe, supported by Einstein’s Special and General Relativity. That model said that the Universe began at a singularity about 13 Billion years ago, and is growing in all directions by having space expand uniformly between the galaxies. By looking at the current data on the galaxy distribution in the Universe, this model is clearly in error. The galaxies are arranged symmetrically about an Absolute origin point in spherical rings, see http://home.earthlink.net/~rarydin/periodicity.htm . The density of mass decreases as 1-over-r-squared from this origin, meaning that most of the mass is close to the center. Although it appears that the outer galaxies are moving away faster from us than the inner ones, obeying Hubble’s Law, we really don’t know what the far galaxies are doing now because we only saw what they were doing billions of years ago. But it is clear that the movement is spherical and not a uniform expansion in all directions. The age of the Universe may be as much as ten times the currently accepted value, and the far galaxies may have slowed down getting ready to collapse back to the origin!