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Void Cosmology-Better Explains What Happens First, Background Radiation, Voids in Space, Hydrogen Concentrations
Astronimische Nachtricten, Physics Today, Astronomy Magazine, Sky and telescope, Mercury magazine, papers like Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, New York Times, Washingon Post, USA Today (2015)
  • James T Struck
Abstract

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Void Cosmology better explains What Happened First, Cosmic

Microwave Background at around 4. 73 K, 150 Million Light

Year Diameter Largest Voids, Red shift at Distance through

Void Drifting/Void Expansion, Void Inflation, Gravitational

mass and Void Movement, and Helium at 25 % Versus

Hydrogen at 75 % Due to Particle Combination and less Higher

Element Concentrations

Abbe George Lemaitre 1894-1966 was a Belgian cosmologist,

mathematician, priest, physicist who postulated an explosive

beginning. In the 1940’s, George Gamow, Hans Bethe and

Ralph Alpher went from Lemaitre’s starting nuclear fission

ideas to ideas of nuclear fusion being responsible for the

Universe’s development.(p. 492, Realm of the Universe, Fifth

Edition, George Abell, David Morrison and SidneyWolff, ,

Saunders College Publishing 1992) The Big Bang Theory has

since that time been the dominant cosmological theory with

steady state theory linked to Fred Hoyle, Thomas Gold and

Hermann Bondi losing out for its problems in explaining

“Quasars are more common at large red shifts than nearby, so it

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appears there were more quasars when the universe was young.”

(p. 492) More quasars at large red shifts can be explained by

void cosmology. Highly energetic objects producing high

amounts of energy can be produced by voids just as much as by

a “Vanished brilliance of the origin of the worlds” (p. 492)

postulated by Lemaitre. Quasars can be formed in several ways

supported by the quasar zoo ideas I argued for back in about

2009. More quasars at large distance can form if there is void at

the beginning just as much as fission or fusion early on.

Void Cosmology was a new cosmological theory I constructed

back in May 2015 when I was reminded of the work of Margaret

Geller and John Huchra that “galaxies are located on very thin

surfaces, which surround big dark regions that we call “voids.”

(p. 480) Since voids occupy regions like 150 million L Y

diameters of space, Void Cosmology better explains large voids

as an aspect of the Universe.(p. 472) Similarly when I look at

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the Big Dipper, Polaris, the moon, the planets or the night sky

throughout much of the world, voids seem to be more of the

Universe than light. If much of the sky seems or is void or

seemingly void, then voids can be seen as important to Universe

development in the beginning just as much as now.

What Void Cosmology does better?

1. Cold background radiation at about 5 Kelvin which is near

absolute zero better explained by a void producing some heat

but not that much heat. A vanished brilliance could just as easily

be seen as hotter, higher temperature, or more heated. The

uniformity of that temperature is also better explained by void

cosmology too. A vanished brilliance of Lemaitre has no reason

to uniformly explode or spread or expand as it seems to have

expanded uniformly somewhat based on COBE and WMAP

studies.

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2. Void Cosmology explains better what happened before

Lemaitre, Gamow, Alpher and Bethe’s big bang.

3. Void cosmology better explains the existence of large voids

throughout the Universe. Around the Great Wall, there are Great

voids many of them. “These empty regions have typical

diameters of about 100 million light years.” (p. 481) Big Bang

theory does not explain these voids as well as voids as central to

Universe development.

4. Void cosmology can explain the Hydrogen concentration at

75 % as void cosmology places less emphasis on fusion which

should probably produce a higher quantity of chemical elements

with higher atomic number than hydrogen. A beginning period

of nuclear fission from Lemaitre or nuclear fusion should

produce less hydrogen and helium as dominant elements. Such

as high concentration of hydrogen at 75 % and helium at 25%

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can be explained by a simple void combining protons which

make up hydrogen.

5. Void cosmology can explain the red shift, the Hubble flow

and the red shift at distance just as well. Void drifts, voids drift,

voids expand, voids have large mass that would produce a red

shift, voids have movement which could make a red shift, voids

have expansion which could make a red shift. Voids can be

inflationary like many cosmologists (Alan Guth etc) argued for.

Edwin Hubble and Humason’s observation of a small number of

galaxies (initial article in around 1924 referred to about 24

galaxies with large red shift) can be seen in a void just as much

as in an accelerating or exploding universe. Voids can have

hyper inflation or hyper acceleration or large expansion.

Void cosmology explains what happened before the Big Bang, a

cold background temperature of around absolute zero that we

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see, and the Universe’s uniformity which the Big Bang could

not explain. Void Cosmology explains the voids that we actually

see in space. Void Cosmology explains what we see in the sky

as much of it seems and is empty. Void Cosmology can be seen

as just as important to comprehend as the once dominant Big

Bang theory.

James T. Struck BA, BS, AA, MLIS

Keywords
  • cosmology,
  • voids,
  • VOID
Publication Date
2015
Publisher Statement
submited to several resources
Citation Information
James T Struck. "Void Cosmology-Better Explains What Happens First, Background Radiation, Voids in Space, Hydrogen Concentrations" Astronimische Nachtricten, Physics Today, Astronomy Magazine, Sky and telescope, Mercury magazine, papers like Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, New York Times, Washingon Post, USA Today (2015)
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