Saturday, March 14, 2015

Deflating The Big Bang In One Pop

Milky Way now believed to be much larger than before.

You don't need a degree in astrophysics to understand this one.

If the Milky Way is 165 quadrillion km across, supposedly having expanded from a small concentrated ball of matter around the time of the "Big Bang," then how did it expand to 150 thousand light years in diameter in "13.2" billion years (they claim it as the age of the universe) when astrophysicists say it was only expanding at light speed during the first few minutes of the "Big Bang." According to them, it would scarcely be expanding at all during the ensuing 15 billion years that followed. According to their calculations it should not exceed ten thousand light years in diameter.

Guess what their explanation is? You got it right. "Dark Matter" created sufficient mass inertia to make the Milky Way expand at the rate they required to fit their projections. So what is the mathematical figure associated with "Dark Matter" in how much it accelerates expansions? Whatever you want it to be. It is a magic number of something you can't see, measure or register on any instrument. It exists because scienmagists say if it didn't that would mean they are complete idiots.


NjordDanuson said...

Dr oscar the grouch p.h.d and his college proffesor the Count are hard at work useing super edjucational numerizing and alphabatizing to lay the smack down on the math the next time stephen hawkings visits sesame street hell explaiatize it all...

Luke said...

The article says 150 thousand light years, not 150 million.

Texas Arcane said...

Whenever life gets you down, Mrs.Brown
And things seem hard or tough
And people are stupid, obnoxious or daft
And you feel that you’ve had quite enough

Just remember that you’re standing on a planet that’s evolving
And revolving at nine hundred miles an hour
That’s orbiting at nineteen miles a second, so it’s reckoned
A sun that is the source of all our power

The sun and you and me and all the stars that we can see
Are moving at a million miles a day
In an outer spiral arm, at forty thousand miles an hour
Of the galaxy we call the ‘milky way’

Our galaxy itself contains a hundred billion stars
It’s a hundred thousand light years side to side
It bulges in the middle, sixteen thousand light years thick
But out by us, it’s just three thousand light years wide

We’re thirty thousand light years from galactic central point
We go ’round every two hundred million years
And our galaxy is only one of millions of billions
In this amazing and expanding universe

The universe itself keeps on expanding and expanding
In all of the directions it can whizz
As fast as it can go, the speed of light, you know
Twelve million miles a minute and that’s the fastest speed there is

So remember, when you’re feeling very small and insecure
How amazingly unlikely is your birth
And pray that there’s intelligent life somewhere up in space
‘Cause there’s bother all down here on Earth.

Lazer said...

Our planet is probably on a hazardous material list in some extraterrestrial database.

Chunkations said...

hey ive got a theory for you.

The universe updates each object only a limited number of times per second.

Time dilation proves this.

When an object moves at say half the speed of light, time slows down for
that object.

Speed stays constant but time slows down. So the universe moves things and
then updates their time.

The faster something goes the more movement updates it needs.

So the universe must move objects a tiny amount enough times
so that they are going at the right speed.

So distances are not infintely divisable, which is what Greek philosopher
Xeno was worried about.

A completely still object has all of its trillions of updates devoted
to moving time forward for that object, so time goes really fast for
objects that are perfectly still.

There is a speed limit for the universe because that is the maximum
amount of updates that can be applied to any object per second.

Texas Arcane said...


So you're saying I really do have an excuse to procrastinate now? I am increasing my productivity!