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Are the Big Bang Theory's days numbered? Options
jim
Posted: Sunday, August 21, 2022 4:50:49 PM

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Data coming back from the James Webb is in conflict with the big bang theory, as this article discusses:

https://iai.tv/articles/the-big-bang-didnt-happen-auid-2215


It's not the first chink in the armor, either. Another comprehensive set of arguments is here:

https://www.lppfusion.com/science/cosmic-connection/plasma-cosmology/the-growing-case-against-the-big-bang/

I kind of see it as a pattern that we have always been in. The deeper we look, the more we realize our ideas are wrong, or at least, need modification. To me, it very much fits the Digital Consciousness model - we do create our reality via mechanisms like the Observer Effect - and then scientists try to come up with a best fit model for the data. Sometimes, new data means refinements are necessary (i.e. inflationary adjustment to the Big Bang Theory) and sometimes the data means that we have to throw out something that has been taught as fact in school (i.e. Tabula Rasa, Martian canals, camels storing water in their humps). Another way to think about it is this... Before we had microscopes, did the simulation just have lower resolution? Did quarks exist? Or did we create them by forcing the system to show/create a deeper construct after we invented particle accelerators. Before we had telescopes, did distant galaxies exist? My theory is that if you buy into Digital Consciousness, this is the logical conclusion. Still, it seems pretty cool that one of the most solid and fundamental of ideas may soon be disproven.

What say you about this one, Forum Folks?
Jon D
Posted: Monday, August 22, 2022 2:30:40 AM
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jim wrote:
Sometimes, new data means refinements are necessary (i.e. inflationary adjustment to the Big Bang Theory) and sometimes the data means that we have to throw out something that has been taught as fact in school


This here is what I feel holds us back in many different ways. With many fields, education develops not just knowledge but also an ego. Very few want to believe they were perhaps wrong with their life studies, or in need of adaptation due to new findings.

I personally always thought the big bang theory was wrong. For us to conclude we discovered "how it all began" when we are still in somewhat of a primitive state, I just can't buy into that. The header of that first article - What do the James Webb images really show? My answer - they don't know wtf they are looking at, and their wild guesses are likely completely wrong.

In the sense of digital consciousness, perhaps we're not the first to observe such things. If there are others like us, more advanced, out there far away yet still within this "universe", would their observations not build upon our reality?
EKUMA1981
Posted: Monday, August 22, 2022 11:17:08 AM

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Hmm... I always thought the Big Bang theory was a fairly solid theory. Big Bang, then inflation, and then the leftover glow of the very early universe - the CMBR. So if there was no big bang then how did the universe begin? Perhaps it has always existed in some form then? Or maybe the Biblical creation story might prove to be correct in the end?! Very strange times we're living in.
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