Origins of Universal Systems: A Brief History of The Right Answers...Simple And Beautiful Alexander Alan Scarborough Author
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When the right answers are found, they will be simple and beautiful. — Einstein. Paraphrasing Thomas Kuhn in his Structure of Scientific Revolutions, there can be no change in direction of scientific thought unless there is a viable alternative. Now after 35 years of persistent research, the author's plethora of substantiated evidence offers science a valid alternative to the Big Bang: the LB-FLINE-BEC model of universal origins, one that fulfills Einstein's prediction, and meets Kuhn's criteria. In fulfilling both predictions, the new model reveals a plethora of impossibilities comprising the Big Bang myth, while forming powerful arguments for relegating the Big Bang to the ashes of history. The revolutionary model, a macroscopic theory of everything, is ideal for a microscopic Theory of Everything. Thomas Huxley stated it best: The microcosm repeats the macrocosm, a connection placing science in a favorable position for attaining the long-sought Theory of Everything. As long as the Big Bang/Accretion hypotheses remain in vogue, comprehending universal origins and functions will remain impossible. In sharp contrast, the new model alternative opens floodgates to definitive evidence of universal origins and functions. Why, in the Big Bang perspective, substantiated solutions to universal anomalies will always remain unattainable, while in the LB-FLINE-BEC perspective, substantiated solutions to universal anomalies are readily attainable? Three simple and beautiful examples (out of many): The dynamic fiery, geometrical spacing of planets in elliptical orbits. Why Pluto was originally the tenth planet in our Solar System, and now is the ninth planet. Why extra-solar systems are weirdly different from our geometrically-spaced Solar System.


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