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6 Cosmology Is Not A Science, My Scientific Work​​​

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6 Cosmology Is Not A Science, My Scientific Work​​​

by exegesisme

1xπ Human being lives in three cosmoses, one real cosmos human never knows, another cosmos as human sees directly in day and night we think it is what as we see now, and the third cosmos is the cosmos we know as cosmology tells us.

2xπ Sun is the nearest star to human, however, human can only know its information as fast as 8 minutes ago.

3​xπ The second nearest star to human is 4.24 light years away, which means we can only know its information as fast as 4.24 years ago, and we never know what it really is now.

4xπ The farthest star human can directly see is 1550 light years away, which means we can only know its information as fast as 1550 years ago, and we never know what it really is now.

5xπ The farthest object human can indirectly see is 13.2 billion light years away, which means we can only know its information as fast as 13.2 billion years ago, and we never know what it really is now.

6xπ Therefore, although the most scientific knowledge about our cosmos is the knowledge from cosmology, it can not tell us what our real cosmos is now, and it can only tell us what its history might be.

7xπ Here, I want to introduce a proposition, maybe our real cosmos is much smaller than our cosmology tells us.

8xπ Our real cosmos, now as it is, is much smaller than we know from our cosmology. Our cosmology is just a long history of our real cosmos now as it is. I mean, many different things as our cosmology tells us is actually the same thing in our real cosmos now as it is.

9xπ let's say a person 100 years old, we know her or his photos 10 years ago, 20 years ago, 30 years ago and so on. All these photos are about the same person now 100 years old.

10xπ I mean, what we know from cosmology 12 billion light years ago, 10 billion light years ago, and so on to 1 million light years ago are possibly about the same thing now where we do not know. Our real cosmos at this moment we do not know and never know is very likely much smaller than what the cosmology describes it. In other words, the cosmos in cosmology is not the real cosmos at now in which we are living. Cosmology is not a science, in cosmology now we do not know what are the same and what are not the same. Cosmology now is only about some past information of our real cosmos. Light year is not a scientific concept for spatial distance, and might include meaning of time. Light might be hold to move in the same space repeatedly by gravity for 13 billion years.

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Here, I want to introduce a proposition, maybe our real cosmos is much smaller than our cosmology tells us.

But nothing you wrote supports that proposition. You could have written "maybe our real cosmos is made of cheese" and it would have as much bearing on the information you've presented.

Cosmology is not a science, in cosmology now we do not know what are the same and what are not the same. Cosmology now is only about some past information of our real cosmos.

Many fields of study are focused on the past rather than the present. By assimilating the information we have about the past, we can figure out how things happened.

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But nothing you wrote supports that proposition. You could have written "maybe our real cosmos is made of cheese" and it would have as much bearing on the information you've presented.​

Are you sure you read my account carefully and understand my meaning? Please read these sentences again:

9xπ let's say a person 100 years old, we know her or his photos 10 years ago, 20 years ago, 30 years ago and so on. All these photos are about the same person now 100 years old.

10xπ I mean, what we know from cosmology 12 billion light years ago, 10 billion light years ago, and so on to 1 million light years ago are possibly about the same thing now where we do not know.

Many fields of study are focused on the past rather than the present. By assimilating the information we have about the past, we can figure out how things happened.

The problem of cosmology is not about past, but is misleading. This is my key: Light year is misused as a scientific concept only for spatial distance, and might include meaning of time. Light might be hold to move in the same space repeatedly by gravity for 13 billion years.

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Light might be hold to move in the same space repeatedly by gravity for 13 billion years.

Some Light might be. But that does not mean all light reaching Earth is.

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Some Light might be. But that does not mean all light reaching Earth is.

You are right. However, even one of them reaches earth and is seen by human cosmologist, a very small space may be seen as 13 billion light years away.

And more reasonably, human cosmologist can not make a sound distinguish between the cosmological phenomena are really many light years away, or are only making circles in a very near space, but escaped from their circled space to earth recently.

My reason is compatible with M-theory of quantum gravity, and the circled lights can be understood as the circled dimensions in M-theory.

And my reason also provide a way to examine M-theory is real or not. To discover such circled lights, the M-theory is real if my prediction of circled lights is discovered.

We can reason too, some lights may be hold by very large black hole for very long time, but not far ago escaped from the black hole and reached earth and be observed. In this case, human cosmologists may observes lights from the same black hole but with meaning of different light years away. ​

So, my reason also provides a way to explain many different redshifts of light from the same black hole.

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