Monthly Archives: December 2013

2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 24,000 times in 2013. If it were a … Continue reading

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Crisis in Cosmology (Part 9)

The conceptions of the “Big Bang” theorists have an affinity with those of the Flat Earth Society. For the “Big Bangers” an eggshell perimeter surrounds the Universe. What lies beyond the perimeter? Captain Klump of the “Big Bang” team found … Continue reading

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Crisis in Cosmology (Part 8)

HUGE METEOR CAPTURED ON SECURITY CAMERA EASTERN IOWA RAW FOOTAGE In the sleepy town of North Liberty, Iowa, excitement has been caused by “a flaming green ball as bright as the sun” seen shooting across the sky. On Friday, December … Continue reading

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Crisis in Cosmology (Part 7)

“Black Sun” recorded by Neumayer Station Dec. 19/20 What seemed to be a “black sun” was recorded at Neumayer Station III, Antarctica on December 19/20, 2013. Hopefully an embedded video of the “black sun” appears above. Instead of a “black … Continue reading

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Crisis in Cosmology (Part 6)

Was a black sun captured by recording web cams at Neumayer Station III, Antarctica on December 19/20, 2013? “We have been keeping an eye on this for a few weeks,” reported Linda Sky, “whatever the black dot is, appears to … Continue reading

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Crisis in Cosmology (Part 5)

“ubi est qui natus est rex Iudaeorum? vidimus enim stellam eius in oriente, et venimus adorare eum.” (Matthew 2: 2) The Star of Bethlehem was either a Type Ia supernova or a Type Ic hypernova, argues F.J. Tipler of the … Continue reading

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Crisis in Cosmology (Part 4)

The “fingers of God” have been found by the positions of remote galaxies, based on the common interpretation of redshift, to point to our Earth! Does “Big Bang” prove the medievalists were correct, that the Earth is the center of … Continue reading

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Crisis in Cosmology (Part 3)

In the Case of the Einstein Cross, Halton Arp and Phil Crane had written down their findings about the matter bridge connecting the satellite quasars to the parent galaxy. But the final referee had decided, “This matter bridge must be … Continue reading

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Crisis in Cosmology (Part 2)

The “Standard Model” cosmology was moving with eyes wide shut to conflicting observations related to its “Big Bang” Theory (BBT). What sort of “science” was this!? Hypothetical band-aids kept being hastily attached to the feeble body of “Big Bang.” The … Continue reading

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Crisis in Cosmology (Part 1)

Cosmology in Crisis Part 1 You look at the Sun. You look at the Moon. How do you tell which one is closer? How would you, say, measure the distance to the Sun? Once you had that, you could next … Continue reading

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