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ronald gruber: on 9/17/14 at 18:35pm UTC, wrote well done good presentation, clear and easy to understand controversial...

Michael muteru: on 9/13/14 at 12:02pm UTC, wrote hi all a very thought provoking video.i would not love to jump into...

Al Schneider: on 9/11/14 at 11:58am UTC, wrote You got my vote. After reviewing your comments I realize that we both are...

Al Schneider: on 9/11/14 at 11:53am UTC, wrote Your post is most kind. I am aware of other arguments. I have read that...

Norman Cook: on 9/11/14 at 5:03am UTC, wrote Well done, Al! There are other grounds for skepticism about the Big Bang,...

Al Schneider: on 9/8/14 at 18:08pm UTC, wrote I have asked you before. Please do not communicate to me.

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September 21, 2021

CATEGORY: Show Me the Physics! Video Contest (2014) [back]
TOPIC: Is the Big Bang a Hoax by Al Schneider [refresh]
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Al Schneider wrote on Aug. 22, 2014 @ 18:52 GMT
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The Big Bang theory depends on Hubble's law to demonstrate the universe is expanding. That theory was advanced before the QED concepts were known. This video examines how QED concepts changes our understanding of light and the effect those ideas may have on our present ideas of stars moving away from planet earth

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Al Schneider graduated from Wayne State University with a B. S. in Physics in 1969. Professionally, he he was a contract programmer concentrating on industrial and scientific projects. His side interests were wide including sleight-of-hand magic, karate, sword fighting, skiing, and theoretical physics. There, his main interest was special relativity and quantum mechanics.

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Norman D. Cook wrote on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 05:03 GMT
Well done, Al!

There are other grounds for skepticism about the Big Bang, but yours is the clearest.

Please follow up on your insight… and don't let a sacred cow or two slow you down.


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Al Schneider replied on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 11:53 GMT
Your post is most kind.

I am aware of other arguments.

I have read that approximately 40% of the established community do not believe in the present theory of the Big Bang.


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Michael muteru wrote on Sep. 13, 2014 @ 12:02 GMT
hi all

a very thought provoking video.i would not love to jump into things but using simple physics we have an immutable law called the conservation of enrgy that states ENERGY CANNOT BE CREATED NEITHER BE DESTROYED IT CAN ONLY BE CONVERTED INTO FORMS.Energy is a critical part of the universe it is also the same side of the coin as matter according to einstein.So any statement detailing the creation of such is falsifiable.the big bang theory may only suffice as a conversion process among the very many.I voted your video,we need some votes to get out of the can vote my for simple video here-

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ronald peter gruber wrote on Sep. 17, 2014 @ 18:35 GMT
well done

good presentation, clear and easy to understand

controversial but that is commonplace


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