For some comic releif

we have a quick look at the BigBang.

Not only is the Big Bang a TV comedy, it's a big joke in the Scientific community too!

The Big Bang was inevitable according to Stephen Hawking.

He said that the universe was created at the Big Bang because of Gravitational force. "The Law of Gravity must result in the formation of the universe at some point in time."

But this is impossible, as Gravity according to Einstein, is the curving of Spacetime caused by the presence of a object with mass.

So, before the Big Bang, there was no object with mass, there was no Spacetime to curve, therefore there is no way to have Gravity so no Big Bang. 

Of course you can say that Stephen Hawking, or whoever controls that mechanical voice, is just plain wrong. But do you have the balls to go against the statements of the curent scientific Genius? Every crackle that eminates from that voice box is sacred and immediately goes into the big book of Science Dogma.

But you can’t have it both ways. Either Stephen is wrong about this and potentialy a lot of other things, or Einstein's spacetime is wrong. 

I like to think they are both equally wrong.

“In the new work, The Grand Design, Professor Stephen Hawking argues that the Big Bang, rather than occurring following the intervention of a divine being, was inevitable due to the law of gravity. In his 1988 book, A Brief History of Time, Hawking had seemed to accept the role of God in the creation of the universe.

"But in the new text, co-written with American physicist Leonard Mlodinow, he said new theories showed a creator is "not necessary"."Because there is a law such as gravity, the universe can and will create itself from nothing," he writes. "Spontaneous creation is the reason there is something rather than nothing, why the universe exists, why we exist."

Seems Stephen changed his mind after his first book, or did Leonard write the whole second book in Stephen's name? And maybe all those mechanical voice statements too, which are not created in real time, but are pre recorded. Just saying, it's not impossible.

Of course, in some parallel universe somewhere, because all things are possible and therefore must happen at some time, that parallel universe WAS created by God and not any Big Bang. Evolution did not take off, and Einstein is still a clerk  and I am worshiped and adored as a Genius and Girls think I'm hot.

Another Joker is Lawrence Krauss, who's favorite saying is really hilarious. He thinks that “empty space is not empty, It’s actually teaming with virtual particles that pop in and out of existence”

Now this is funny because it’s not any real universe that we live in, it’s a universe that is a mathematical construct as a computer model that bears no resemblance in any way to our real universe. So in that fairy tale world, anything can and will happen. I’m just glad that it’s just all pretend.

His math’s must be good though, as those pretend particles that spontaneously pop into existence, only hang around for a billionth of a second before they pop back into virtual nothingness.

Are you sure it’s one billionth of a second Lawrence? By my reckoning its 3.4623 billionths of a second. Maybe I forgot to carry the 1. But I could be wrong, as it was 13.58746254 billion years ago, plus 6 hours and 5 minutes 15 seconds to be precise.

Some wag has suggested that this virtual, teaming soup of pretend particles might be the famous “luminiferous Ether”, but that seemed to upset Lawrence, who said that HIS stuff that’s teaming through out space is different than the Ether that’s teaming through out space, even though no one has any idea what the Ether might be or look like. He's just sure, that's all.

It’s an Einstein thing. Lawrence can’t say his virtual particles may be what the “Etherists” were looking for, because that would go against what Einstein said, and what every Physicist and Cosmologist has said ever since.

Lawrence does not want to loose his job by suggesting that Einstein is wrong. Not like those other academics that now work at Walmart after questioning Einstein.

Theoretical Cosmologists can tell you exactly what happened in their pretend computer generated playground one-one billionth of a second after they switched it on. But they can’t remember what they had for lunch last week.

But all jokes aside, if you can’t see that I’m right, then you need to drop out of UNI and start to think for yourself. Clearly if you believe Einstein or Lawrence then you are a crank, a religious nutter who believes in the flat universe. Or you are just too simple minded to grasp the sensible rationality behind what I’ve said here.

Just thought I would get that in before someone says something like that about me.

And for the record, I'm an Athiest.


Mark Ross
Tasmania  Australia


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