What We Know about the Universe that is Not So: Undoing a Century of Errors,
3 July 2021,
For over 100 years, the prevailing belief has been that the universe was created by a big bang singularity. This speculative event is an impossibility that has become a firmly entrenched notion only because of a fundamental scientific error that few have questioned, until now. This book provides both logical proof and corroborating scientific evidence that the universe could not have begun from any singularity. Hubble’s law, the presumption that galaxies are moving away from Earth at velocities proportional to their distance is considered the ultimate defining evidence supporting the hypothesis that the universe may be expanding. Because of false assumptions, faulty reasoning, and data that appears to have been contrived, Hubble’s law is fatally flawed. Edwin Hubble made the unwarranted assumption that nebulae are accelerating away from each other, then found the mathematics to prove his foregone conclusion. General relativity (GR) is the geometric theory of gravity that has become the accepted definition of gravitation in modern physics. GR proposes that gravity is the result of a geometric distortion of four-dimensional spacetime by massive objects. The more mass that produces gravity in a body, the more alleged distortion you get. This distortion supposedly changes the trajectory of objects moving through space and even the paths of light rays as they pass close by massive objects. Unfortunately, GR is a fatally flawed theory based on logical errors, false assumptions, and misinterpretation of evidence. Geometric spacetime does not exist, does not curve, and cannot possibly interact with gravity.