Cosmological Implications of Mass Distribution and Motion - Digital Download


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by Arnold G. Gulko

This 7-page paper was published in Issue 126 (2016).

From the Introduction: "The origins of the cosmos are revealed in the distribution and motion of the masses present therein. The Big Bang theory continues to dominate modern cosmology despite its many failures. That theory concludes the visible universe had its origin in a single primordial explosion which scattered particles outwardly for enormous distances in all directions. These particles were drawn together by gravity to form the bright objects we see. If this is correct the distribution of mass in the cosmos and their motions should follow from the existence of a single primordial explosion and the actions of gravity..."

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