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Re: Principle Of Universe-How Can You "See" A Black Hole?

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Posted by yanniru/">yanniru on April 16, 1999 17:09:12 UTC

I just read your home site. Much of it contradicts currently accepted cosmology and physics. I mention a few points of contradiction. 1. Cosmologists now believe that the universe is flat yet it will expand forever at an accelerating pace. It will never contract. 2. Your concept of Black Hole Breakup contradicts the No-Hair Black Hole Theorem of Penrose. 3. We already see light from 300,000 years after the big bang, the so-called microwave background field at 2.7 degrees Kelvin, and the universe was opaque before that. Besides all that, I thought a kalpa was a Vedic concept.

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