Space News: The Solar System Was Once Part Of A Star Cluster: I grew up at various observatories all over the world. My parents were both astronomers as were my grandparents. I am not an astronomer but I understand astronomy. For years and years, I have argued with ‘the universe is expanding faster and faster’ scientists because they are wrong and misunderstand how gravity and the Big Bang really work. This is due 100% to the egocentric view we have due to thinking subconsciously that we are the center of the universe and not a fringe place relative to all other places.
As data flows in from our many satellites, we are seeing more and more detail about this universe which we know so little. Back when I first proposed that the universe is falling inwards towards giant black holes in globular cluster systems, the web site Bad Astronomy made much fun of me and told me I was stupid. But as the evidence continues to pour in, as we see virtually every galaxy falling towards other galaxies including our own falling towards Andromeda, now Expert claims something massive might be ’tilting’ the universe but admit they have NO idea what it is | Mail Online
He claims that we believe we live on a small planet orbiting the sun on the fringes of the Milky Way galaxy, which space enthusiast David Glenn dubs a ‘thoroughly unremarkable galaxy’ in an infinite universe.
Space is a mysterious place and could contain unknown massive structures that act like ‘giant vacuum cleaners, titling our universe’, according to space expert David Glenn. Pictured is a black hole, which is a region of spacetime from which gravity prevents anything, including light, from escaping.
According to Glenn, most us us think ‘the laws of physics do not change across the universe, even if what we are examining is billions of light-years away.’
This theory is called the Copernican Principle, upon which experts base most of their scientific knowledge about the universe.
Scientists have started to look more carefully at the structure of the universe by analysing light from distant galaxies to look at the speed and direction of moving objects like planets and stars.
They have observed that rather than moving apart as expected, some distant clusters of galaxies actually appear to be caught in a space current, much like a river.
I have written about this issue a great deal and below are various articles discussing this from previous years such as this one: Space News: New Gravitation Map of Universe Challenges Doctrines
When we look at light we are seeing the past, not the present. This includes light from our own sun. We are always seeing what has already happened 8 minutes earlier. We never see the sun when it is doing anything, we can’t. The greater the time lapse, the less we know the present and when we look at distant galaxies we are seeing ancient history not the present. The illustration I made above,the ‘Gravitational Pools of Cosmos’ shows time and space as a cutaway. If we were aliens from another universe and could color the ‘future blue and the past black, this is what we see.
A parade of galaxies falling towards the Great Attractor. This event, our collision with annihilation is roughly 5 billion years away. So don’t worry about being crushed into sub-particulate matter.
Here are several good stories about the universe contracting over the next several billion years: Nobel Prize Astronomers Save The World From The Great Attractor …
I will not be recognized as one of the originators of the ‘contracting universe theory’ but at least I have published proof I was one of the early proponents of this theory.
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