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by ERIC LERNER

ePub Big Bang Never Happened download
Author:
ERIC LERNER
ISBN13:
978-0671711009
ISBN:
0671711008
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Publisher:
SIMON & SCHUSTER; First Edition edition (1992)
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Astronomy & Space Science
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He wrote the 1991 book The Big Bang Never Happened, which advocates Hannes Alfvén's plasma cosmology instead of the Big Bang theory

He wrote the 1991 book The Big Bang Never Happened, which advocates Hannes Alfvén's plasma cosmology instead of the Big Bang theory

I was not disappointed, this book made my belief firmer. Big Bang never happened' blows off all the evidence generally associated with the theory of Big-Bang.

I was not disappointed, this book made my belief firmer. It gives valid reasons for refuting the three most important pillars of Big-Bang theory; namely- relative abundance of elements in the universe, homogeneous microwave background radiation and hubble expansion of the universe. After dealing with quantum theory and particle physics, the author once again goes into philosophical mode and discusses the effect of social and theological events on the study of science and cosmology

I was not disappointed, this book made my belief firmer. After dealing with quantum theory and particle physics, the author once again goes into philosophical mode and discusses the effect of social and theological events on the study of science and cosmology

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a most readable book.

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Eric Lerner defends that observations don't match the predictions of the Big-Bang model. I was not disappointed, this book made my belief firmer. Yet, there are authors, like Marc Lachièze-Rey, who say Lerner is wrong.

Eric Lerner starts his book "The Big Bang Never Happened" (hereafter BBNH) with the "errors" . Lerner gives the example of filaments or sheets 150 million light years apart in Figure ., and then asserts that material would have to travel 270 million light years to make the structure.

Eric Lerner starts his book "The Big Bang Never Happened" (hereafter BBNH) with the "errors" that he thinks invalidate the Big Bang. These are. The existence of superclusters of galaxies and structures like the "Great Wall" which would take too long to form from the "perfectly homogeneous" Big Bang. The need for dark matter and observations showing no dark matter. The FIRAS CMB spectrum is a "too perfect" blackbody.

Cosmic cheers, Geoff Haselhurst. The Big Bang Never Happened' by Eric J. Lerner. But I was soon to learn it was still difficult for people to change their views of the heavens. In our century the cosmological pendulum has swung back. One of the basic (although far from original) themes of this book is that science is intimately tied up with society, that ideas about society, about events here on earth, affect ideas about the universe- and vice versa. This interaction is not limited to the world of ideas.

  • This is a beautiful, profound, and empowering alternative cosmology, based on the simple idea that electromagnetism has an influence at cosmological scales as it does at the human, stellar and galactic scales. As above, so below. So while gravity is still important cosmologically, the large-scale dynamics are, in plasma cosmology (the school of thought that Lerner adheres to and describes in detail in this book, along with Nobelist Hannes Alfven, the originator of plasma cosmology) driven more by very large-scale electromagnetic fluxes. Lerner writes a very broad-ranging book, explaining his views on why the Big Bang Cosmology has taken such deep hold on our collective psyche in the last 50 years, based largely on its superficial agreement with the creation story of Christianity and other Abrahamic religions, and the possibility of some eventual end to our universe. Lerner's universe, to the contrary, has no beginning and no end. It is an eternal flux and flex of galaxies without end, evolving constantly and creatively. This is indeed a warm home for humanity to spread to the stars and never find an end to curiosity and creativity.

  • I became interested in reading this book as soon as I came across the title, because I also do not believe in Big-Bang theory. I wanted to learn the alternative offered by the author. I was not disappointed, this book made my belief firmer.'Big Bang never happened' blows off all the evidence generally associated with the theory of Big-Bang. It gives valid reasons for refuting the three most important pillars of Big-Bang theory; namely- relative abundance of elements in the universe, homogeneous microwave background radiation and hubble expansion of the universe.
    Moreover, it gives reasoning for the existence of super clusters where Big-Bang fails.
    The author starts with the history of the understanding of universe by various philosophers and scientists, more than two thousand years back and takes you through all the religious and scientific beliefs and finally makes you aware of the developments in 20th century, how the Big-Bang theory originated and what difficulties it faced from the scientists who were not in favor of this theory. After you complete the initial phase of learning about Big-Bang, you are led to an alternative approach of plasma technology. Plasma technology is well explained as the author himself has contributed to the research in Plasma technology.
    Thereafter, the author elaborates the biological and social evolution. At that time, you wonder whether you have picked the physics book or philosophy, but at the end of that chapter , you realize the reasoning of that addition in the book. Next, the author explains about Quantum Chromodynamics Theory, and you are back in your familiar territory of physics. The drawbacks of QCD are well explained and it is clearly shown why QCD, inspite of being one of the most accurate thoeries of physics, fails to provide a support to Big-Bang theory.
    The author writes that 'Renormalization' in QCD theory is totally arbitrary, which has been used to give mass to an electron, and the reason for this renormalization is not known to any physicist. After dealing with quantum theory and particle physics, the author once again goes into philosophical mode and discusses the effect of social and theological events on the study of science and cosmology. May be, because of my own lack of understanding of philosophy and social science, I felt little uninterested in some of the chapters of the book, but I really liked the book overall and believe that there was no Big-bang. Alternative to Big-Bang given by filaments formation in plasma is a very good concept, and in line with my own idea of 'Lines of Space'. This book has enhanced my knowledge about creation of universe.
    I recommend this book to all the people who are curious about universe and do not blindly believe in the theory of Big-Bang which requires a 'Creator

  • Just some coments from a casual reader interested in this subject. I purchased this book to get another view on this BB theory because I become mentally nauseous being bombarded by the Science Channel, etc. and other media with this, to me, outrageous BB paradigm..... stating the whole universe came from a particle less than the size of an atom. I'm aware all in science does not have to make sense - but this - no way am I believer. The Big Bang Never Happened does present another more rational option for our existence. The question remains as to where the originating plasma came from. Lerner did not address this aspect. But it's easier for me to believe plasma pre-existed than the whole universe came from something smaller than an atom. Do not highly educated scientists need to use their common sense? End of rant. This book does present a great quantity of good and factual information on many related subjects, including the politics & religeous pressures of scientific advancement. I found Bye Bye Big Bang by William C. Mitchell (http://www.amazon.com/Bye-Big-Bang-Hello-Reality/dp/0964318814/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1250007610&sr=8-1) to be meaningful in condemning the red shift basis for the supposed expansion of the universe upon which the BB is based. Apparently there is "something" in the vacuum (of space and everywhere) which shifts light to a lower frequency, especially over long distances, rather than the touted expansion of the universe. That something is currently a mystery, but it's answer could be discovered in some aspect of quantum physics, some day. Perhaps, just perhaps, the book, "Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality" by Dean Radin and other books similar to this subject matter might offer a strong clue on this question.

  • A vital book for anyone who interested in cosmology. The ideas prese ted amke sense in explaining large and smaller scaled phenomena such as quasers, galactic superclusters, star formation and why astronomical objects rotate. The convention theories expain nothing actually observed.