[Noisebridge-discuss] Physics & Cosmology

Alexander Mayer amayer at alum.mit.edu
Tue Feb 7 03:11:31 UTC 2012

Erudite Noisebridgers,

The 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics, awarded  "for the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through observations of distant supernovae," gave significant general social credence to this idea. However, the invented concept called "dark energy" required to initiate and maintain this alleged acceleration is inconsistent with the foundations of physics. This implies that the referenced observations of distant supernovae are likely to be, if not certainly, misreported and misinterpreted.

An introductory discussion < SensibleUniverse.com/APS1204 >, which is a brief pending American Physical Society (APS) talk, provides theory and confirming empirical evidence overthrowing the assumption of accelerating cosmic expansion. Moreover, the standard cosmological model is put in jeopardy, which has proven to be of great concern to leading figures in the field with a vested interest in the status quo.

If someone would like to "sponsor" me to deliver this talk at Noisebridge, please let me know. Initial questions and comments are welcome by e-mail. 


Alexander F. Mayer
amayer at alum.mit.edu


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