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About the theory of the Big Bang

Author:

Burago, Sergey

Category:

Research Papers

Sub-Category:

Cosmology

Language:

English

Date Published:

March 29, 2017

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Abstract:

The article is devoted to the history of the emergence of the Big Bang theory and attempts to modernize it from the notion of the explosion of a hypothetical elementary particle with incomprehensible properties that occurred 15 billion years ago, to the idea of an explosion of space itself between distant galaxies. This explosion, according to the theory of the Big Bang, gave birth to the universe. The weaknesses of this theory are shown. We proposed a new hypothesis of the Big Bang, in which the center of the explosion is absent. Because of the interaction of the atoms of the baryonic substance with the dark matter of the surrounding space, the growth of their mass, size and speed of rotation occurs over time. As a result of counteracting of the centrifugal forces that increase with time and the restraining forces of pressure in the dark matter of the surrounding space, a moment comes when the centrifugal forces tear apart the atoms. This can occur throughout the universe at the same time by astronomical measures. This will be a big explosion that will stir up the substance of the whole universe. This explosion will be followed by a quiet period of organization of baryons from dark matter, cosmic bodies, growth of their mass and sizes up to the next Big Bang. The age of the modern universe is estimated and the time period until the next Big Bang is estimated.

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