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You Might Read Up On The Work Of Fred Hoyle

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Posted by Rowanda on June 5, 2004 19:52:28 UTC

Fred Hoyle who proposed the theory of continuous creation and a steady state universe a half century ago has continued to refine his theory.

It is no longer a steady state theory. In fact, what he now says in somewhat like what you claim for a white hole. The whole thing hinges on covariance, which is also the basic assumption of GR. Hoyle now believes that matter creation/destruction occurs in regions of noncovariance, such as at points in space that are singularities of GR like spinning black holes, and of course all black holes spin.

This is consistent with Greene's SST except that Hoyle thinks the created matter stays in this universe. It also suggests that GR is not correct in singular regions.


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