Repository of Reports on Geologic and Cosmic Evidence
for Downfall of Big Bang and New Cosmic Model of the Universe
Gentry, R. V. 2011. "Big Bang Titanic: New Dark Energy
(Vacuum Gravity) Cosmic Model Emerges Upon Falsification of The
Big Bang By Disproof of Its Central Assumptions."
APS April Meeting 2011, Session K1: Poster Session II (May 1).
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Abstract: Physicists who identify the big bang with the
early universe should have first noted from Hawking's A Brief History
of Time, p. 42, that he ties Hubble's law to Doppler shifts from galaxy
recession from a nearby center, not to big bang's unvalidated and thus
problematical expansion redshifts. Our PRL submission LJ12135 describes
such a model, but in it Hubble's law is due to Doppler and vacuum
gravity effects, the 2.73K CBR is vacuum gravity shifted blackbody cavity
radiation from an outer galactic shell, and its (1 + z)−1 dilation and
(M,z) relations closely fit high-z SNe Ia data; all this strongly implies
our model's vacuum energy is the elusive dark energy. We also find
GPS operation's GR effects falsify big bang's in-flight expansion redshift
paradigm, and hence the big bang, by showing λ changes occur only at
emission. Surprisingly we also discover big bang's CBR prediction is T
< 2×10−8 K, not the observed 2.73K. So instead of the 2.73K affirming
the big bang as cosmologists claim, it actually disproves it, to which
the DAE's response is most enigmatic — namely, CBR photons expand
dλ/dt > 0, while galactic photons shrink dλ/dt < 0. Contrary to a PRL
editor's claim, the above results show LJ12135 fits PRL guidelines for
papers that replace established theories. For details see
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Gentry, R. V. 2011. Hawking's A Briefer History of Time's
No-God-Universe disproven by primordial 218Po halos embedded in
granite rocks, which proves their rapid creation due to 218Po's
3 min t1/2, something only the God of Genesis could have done."
APS April Meeting 2011, Session S1: Poster Session III (May 2).
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Abstract: Quotes from my Science (184,
62, 1974) report, "Radiohalos in Radiochronological and Cosmological
Perspective," show why primordial polonium halos earlier commanded
attention for creation, "It is also apparent that Po halos do pose
contradictions to currently held views of Earth history" ... "For example,
there is first the problem of how isotopic separation of several Po
isotopes (or their β-decay precursors) could have occurred naturally. Second,
a straightforward explanation of 218Po halos implies that the 1-μm
radiocenters of very dark halos of this type initially contained as many as
5 × 109 atoms (a concentration of more than 50 percent) of the
isotope 218Po (half-life, 3 minutes), a problem that almost defies reason.
A further necessary consequence, that such Po halos could have formed
only if the host rocks underwent a rapid crystallization, renders
exceedingly difficult, in my estimation, the prospect of explaining these halos
by physical laws as presently understood." In 1977 E. P. Wigner, G. N.
Flerov (Dubna), Ed Anders, E. Segre, F. Dyson, and John Wheeler all
commented on these results (see alphacosmos.net).
Also, 14N detection
in dwarf radiohalos may be of cosmological significance in implying a
superheavy element origin from 14C emission.
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U.T. Geology Professor Says Granite Synthesis Only Takes One Week
In 1987, Dr. Gentry gave a public presentation at the University of Tennessee. In an
interchange during that presentation, geology professor Dr. Larry Taylor asserted that
granite synthesis only takes one week. The video of that interchange can be seen in this
22 minute excerpt from that presentation. WMV
"Should Creation Science Be Taught at the University of Tennessee?" The video of the entire
1987 University of Tennessee presentation, lasting 2 hours and 40 minutes, can be seen here.
Dr. Brent Dalrymple's Response to the Scientific Evidence for Creation
Dr. Brent Dalrymple's testimony at the 1981 Arkansas Creation Trial.
Dr. Brent Dalrymple to AGU Members, November 1992. Dr.
Brent Dalrymple sent out letters on National Center for Science
Education (NCSE) letterhead, soliciting both members and donations
for the NCSE. Part of his appeal was based on the fact that no
one would really know how to answer the claim "that the presence
of Polonium halos in granite demonstrates that granite had to
have formed suddenly (i.e., was specially created)."
Dr. Brent Dalrymple to Fellow Geologists, November 1995.
This letter is essentially a repeat of Dr. Dalrymple's 1995 letter.
It likewise mentions the unrefuted claim of the Polonium halo
evidence, indicating that three years of additional research
by evolutionists had still turned up absolutely nothing.
National Press Club Release
The Orion Foundation, 2010. "Big Bang Cosmic Titanic: The Opening Salvo
in the Resurgence of Scientific Genesis." National Press Club event,
February 16, 2010. PDF
Synopsis: On February 16, 2010, from 8:30a — 11:00a
in the Zenger Room of the National Press Club, creation scientist Robert Gentry brought to
public attention the scientific community's censorship of his
overthrow of big bang cosmology by disproof of its central
assumption, as reported in his 2/16/10 American Physical Society
poster at the DC Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.
Gentry, R.V. 1977. "Mystery of the Radiohalos." Research Communications NETWORK, Breakthrough Report,
February 10, 1977. PDF
Gentry, R.V. 1974. "Radiohalos in Radiochronological and Cosmological Perspective."
Science 184, 62. PDF
Gentry, R.V. et al. 1974. "'Spectacle' Array of Po-210 Halo Radiocentres in Biotite: A Nuclear
Geophysical Enigma." Nature 252, 564. HTML
Gentry, R. V. 2003. "Discovery of a Major Contradiction in Big Bang
Cosmology Points to the New Cosmic Center Universe Model."
CERN Preprint, Ext-2003-021. PDF
Abstract: The BAL z = 3.91 quasar's high Fe/O ratio has led to a reexamination of big bang's spacetime
expansion postulate and the discovery that it predicts a CBR redshift of z > 36000 instead of
the widely accepted z ~ 1000. This result leads an expansion-predicted CBR temperature of
only T = 0.08 K, which is contradicted by the experimental TCBR =
2.73 K. Contrary to long-held
belief, these results strongly suggest that the F-L expanding spacetime paradigm, with its
expansion redshifts, is not the correct relativistic description of the universe. This conclusion
agrees with the earlier finding (gr-qc/9806061)
that the universe is relativistically governed by
the Einstein static spacetime solution of the field equations, not the F-L solution. Disproof of
expansion redshifts removes the only support for the Cosmological Principle, thus showing that
the spherical symmetry of the cosmos demanded by the Hubble redshift relation can no longer
be attributed to the universe being the same everywhere. The Cosmological Principle is flawed.
Instead of the universe being both homogeneous and isotropic, instead it is only isotropic about a
nearby universal Center. These results suggest that the new Cosmic Center Universe model, based
on Einstein's static spacetime solution of the field equations, deserves the attention of the scientific
community. One significant advantage of the new model is that it restores conservation of energy
to physics, in stark contrast to the big bang, which involved gargantuan nonconservation of CBR
energy losses amounting to more than thirty million times the baryonic mass of the visible universe
Gentry, R. V. 2003. "New Cosmic Center Universe Model
Matches Eight of Big Bang's Major Predictions Without the F-L Paradigm."
CERN Preprint, Ext-2003-022. PDF
Abstract: Accompanying disproof of the F-L expansion paradigm eliminates the
basis for expansion redshifts, which in turn eliminates the basis for the Cosmological Principle. The
universe is not the same everywhere. Instead the spherical symmetry of the cosmos demanded by the Hubble
redshift relation proves the universe is isotropic about a nearby universal Center. This is the foundation
of the relatively new Cosmic Center Universe model, which accounts for, explains, or predicts: (i)
The Hubble redshift relation, (ii) a CBR redshift relation that fits all current CBR measurements,
(iii) the recently discovered velocity dipole distribution of radiogalaxies, (iv) the well-known time
dilation of SNe Ia light curves, (v) the Sunyaev-Zeldovich thermal effect, (vi) Olber's paradox, (vii)
a modied Tolman relation, (viii) SN dimming for z < 1, and for z > 1 an enhanced brightness
that fits SN 1997ff measurements, (ix) the existence of extreme redshift (z > 10) objects which,
when observed, will further distinguish it from the big bang. The CCU model also plausibly explains
the z = 3.91 BAL quasar's high Fe/O ratio which so directly contradicts big bang's F-L
paradigm. This leads to CCU's prediction that similar high-ratio, high-z quasars which falsify big
bang's nucleosynthesis time line will also be discovered.
10 Papers submitted to arXiv on February 28, 2001:
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "Is the
Scientific Community in for a Big Surprise about the Big Bang?"
Abstract: Cosmologists who have promoted the Hubble redshift relation and
the 2.7K Cosmic Blackbody Radiation as virtual proof of the big bang have led
the rest of the scientific community to consider it one of the outstanding scientific
triumphs of all time. Witness, for example, the recent claim that the big bang
is bang on because CBR measurements at z = 2.34 bracket big bang's
prediction of T = 9.1K. Despite this, some of history's
greatest surprises have occurred when apparently well-established scientific
theories were overturned after long-overlooked critical testing revealed flaws
in their cornerstone postulates. In this instance the scientific community at
large has been unaware of cosmologists' failure to verify big bang's
cornerstone postulates. This lapse may yet become known as one of the greatest
faux pas in the history of science because this series of papers reveals that
big bang's cornerstone postulates have always been seriously flawed. Disproof
of big-bang cosmology directs attention to GENESIS, a new model of the cosmos
that has a nearby universal Center, one whose astrophysical framework is equally
"bang on" because its T (z) = 2.73 (1 + z)
prediction duplicates big bang's predictions at both z = 2.34
and z = 0, plus accounting for the Hubble relation, but with Doppler and
gravitational redshifts instead of F-L expansion redshifts.
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "Is the
Scientific Community Aware of the Extraordinary Confusion over Big Bang's
Expansion Redshifts?" PDF
Abstract: The scientific community widely understands that expansion redshifts are the
centerpiece of big-bang cosmology. What is generally unknown is the widespread
confusion in the ranks of cosmologists as to exactly what they are. A minority
equate them with Doppler shifts due to actual recession. A majority, however,
claim: (i) ". . . the [expansion] redshift does not really have
anything to do with velocities at all in cosmology," (ii) ". . .
it is common but misleading to convert a large redshift to a recession velocity
using the special-relativistic formula 1 + z =
v/c) / (1 - v/c)
," and (iii) "The truth is that expansion redshifts are
totally different from Doppler redshifts, and the velocities catalogued by
astronomers are not the recession velocities used in the velocity-distance
law." Has the scientific community been victimized by astronomers as
the foregoing implies? Or is it instead that the expansion redshift concept is flawed?
This paper shows it's the latter, that it was accepted without ever being
tested. In fact modern physics knows nothing of expansion's redshifts and
their presumed origin due to expanding space rather than Doppler recession.
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "Galaxies
Point to Flaws in Big Bang's Expanding-Balloon Illustration and to Smoking
Gun Signatures of GENESIS." PDF
Abstract: Big bang's pennies-on-an-expanding balloon illustration
depicts ever increasing separation of galaxies predicated on the assumption that
the universe is governed by Friedmann-Lemaitre spacetime expansion. There is a significant
contradiction connected with the effects of this assumption. It concerns how
spacetime expansion is portrayed to interact with gravity. On one hand, clusters
of galaxies are pictured as separating to increasingly greater distances despite
their large gravitational attraction. On the other hand, for some mysterious
reason expansion is said to be unable to cause galaxies themselves to increase
in size even though the gravitational attraction within them is smaller than
between clusters. Analysis shows that if expansion ever existed it would have
caused continuous, uniform expansion of all matter, in which case galaxies would
not have formed. Thus the existence of galaxies provides two powerful Smoking
Gun Signatures, the first being that our universe knows nothing of big bang's
spacetime expansion and, second, that the GENESIS of our universe must have
occurred far differently than modern cosmology has ever envisioned.
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "How Will
the Scientific Community React to Big Bang's Vast Nonconservation-of-Energy
Abstract: In 1936 Hubble expressed his concern about astronomical
redshifts and energy conservation: "Obviously since the product [energy ×
wavelength] remains constant, redshifts, by increasing wavelengths,
must reduce the energy in the quanta. Any plausible interpretation of redshifts
must account for the loss of energy." The scientific community rightly expects that big-bang cosmology
resolved this concern consistent with energy conservation. Surprisingly, this did not happen.
Instead, cosmologists exempted the big bang from energy conservation, but without saying how much was lost.
This paper shows that, since t = 1 second after the big bang, expansion redshifting of
CBR photons would have resulted in nonconservation-of-energy losses
amounting to at least thirty million times the mass of the visible universe;
moreover, losses continue at the rate of about a galactic mass every
millennium. These results prove the big bang fails to match the physics of
the real universe, that its expansion redshift hypothesis is fatally
flawed, and hence that the big bang never possessed the qualifications
necessary for being classified as a modern scientific theory.
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "Relativistic
Operation of the GPS Exposes the Fatal Flaw in Big Bang's Cornerstone Expansion
Abstract: Twentieth century cosmologists mistakenly interpreted several
apparent agreements with big bang's predictions as a sufficient condition that the big bang was a valid physical theory. In fact, it was
only a necessary condition. This oversight led cosmologists to accept
big bang's cornerstone expansion postulate without testing it.
Indeed, such was their confidence that the big bang continued to be promoted
even while contradictions presented by the relativistic operation of
the GPS were ignored. That operation long ago showed unambiguously that
the universe is relativistically formatted in accord with the
Schwarzschild static spacetime solution of the field equations, not the
Friedmann-Lemaitre expanding spacetime solution. That one of the
preeminent theories of science is now discovered to have fatal flaws in its
cornerstone postulate is a circumstance that is unequaled in modern times.
It may yet become known as one of the greatest faux pas in the
history of science. And it raises the question of whether other prominent
modern scientific theories likewise have undetected flaws in their
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "Ultimate
Disproof of the Big Bang Cosmos from Its Bizarre Prediction that Photons
Are Permanently Inscribed with H's Value at Time of Origin." PDF
Abstract: A noted cosmologist has utilized big bang's expanding
spacetime redshift expression, zexp =
ℜ / ℜe
and the astronomical redshift expression, z = λ /
− 1, to obtain an
expression for the predicted present rate of photon wavelength change induced by expansion,
here denoted by (dλ / dt)exp. When this expression is
in terms of the values of H, the present value of the Hubble
constant, and He, its value at the time of emission of photons from distant galaxies,
there results an expression showing the present rate of photon
wavelength change depends on both the present value of the Hubble constant,
as well as its value at the time of emission in distant galaxies,
namely, (dλ / dt)exp
= Hλ − Heλe. This bizarre
result requires two things: First, because of big bang's homogeneity assumption, all
photons in the universe must be simultaneously undergoing the changes
specified by this expression; this is nothing less than on-going,
instantaneous action-at-a-distance all throughout the universe's
thirty-billion-lightyear diameter. Second, the fact that it requires not only individual
photons be initially imprinted with H's value,
corresponding to their respective times of origin, but also that this imprint should
determine the rate of present wavelength expansion is proof that the
expansion hypothesis has always stood in contradiction to all of modern
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "Discovery of a Nearby Universal Center
Is the Smoking Gun Signature of GENESIS that Overturns Big Bang's Cosmological
Abstract: Discovery of flaws in the expansion hypothesis reported in Parts 2 and 5 has led to the additional discovery of astronomical
proof of a nearby universal Center. In particular, Part 5's disproof of
spacetime expansion invalidates explaining the Hubble redshift relation in terms of expansion redshifts, thereby exposing the Cosmological
Principle as a fallacious concept. Without this Principle it is now
evident that the spherical symmetry dictated by the Hubble relation must
now be seen as proof of the existence of a nearby universal Center.
This conclusion is overwhelmingly supported by the Galaxy also being
at the center of the Gamma Ray Burster distribution, as well as by
the unequivocal implications of certain cosmic inhomogeneities which
have thus far received little attention, specifically meaning definite
peaks in certain quasar redshift distributions. Confirmation of the New
Redshift Interpretation's postulate of a nearby universal Center
validates its explanation of the Hubble redshift relation and the 2.7K
CBR, thus explaining why the NRI has been adopted as the astrophysical
framework of GENESIS.
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "GENESIS
Is Strongly Affirmed because Its (m, z),(∆θ, z) and Apparent Brightness Relations
Are Consistent with Observations." PDF
Abstract: This paper shows the GENESIS astrophysical framework accounts for: (i) the Hubble redshift-magnitude relation, (ii) the
galactic angular size observations for low redshift galaxies (iii) the
near-constant median angular size of extended and compact radio
sources for higher redshifts, (iv) the z ≲ 1 SNe Ia evidence for an
accelerating universe, as well as reproducing, for z < 1, big bang's Tolman
(1 + z)−4 dependence for the bolometric intensity, and its
(1 + z)−3 dependence for the specific intensity. However, for z > 1
the apparent brightness for GENESIS varies as
(1 + z)−1 (1 + zdoppler)−2,
in contrast to big bang's
(1 + z)−3 prediction. This difference
leads to the expectation that galaxies with much higher redshifts (z
≳ 10) will, on
the average, appear considerably more luminous than expected when using big bang's predictions. Moreover, since redshifts for celestial
objects can increase without limit in the GENESIS model as r →
c / √2H,
then astronomers searching for very high-redshift galaxies, quasars,
supernovae, and GRBs, should be alert to the possibility of detecting astronomical
objects with extremely high redshifts, meaning those higher — and conceivably much higher — than fifty.
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "Disproof
of Big-Bang Cosmology Points to Seven Smoking Gun Signatures of GENESIS'
Astrophysical Framework." PDF
Abstract: Earlier papers in this series have exposed major
flaws in big bang's spacetime expansion hypothesis, effectively
falsifying all aspects of big bang cosmology and its explanations
of the Hubble relation, the 2.7K Cosmic Blackbody Radiation (CBR),
the Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect, and Olber's paradox, to name a few.
The fictitious nature of big bang's explanations of these phenomena
requires a major revision in our perception of the cosmos, one that
would bring order and a new understanding of these phenomena out of
the chaos of big bang's collapse. A new model of the cosmos is at
hand to do just that. Indeed, the fit to the new model is so
unequivocal that all the aforementioned phenomena; namely, (i)
Galactic recession from a nearby universal Center, as evidenced by
the Hubble redshift relation, (ii) the 2.7K CBR, its temperature
variation with redshift, and (iii) its proof of the existence of an
absolute reference frame, (iv) the Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect, (v)
Olber's paradox, (vi) SNe Ia confirmation of GENESIS' vacuum
gravity universe, and (vii) the (1 + z)−1 time
dilation of SNe and GRB light curves, are all Smoking Gun
Signatures of GENESIS' astrophysical framework of the universe.
Gentry, R. V. 2001. "The
Absence of Pop III Stars and Prior Discovery of Short Half-Life Extinct
Primordial Radioactivity Disprove Big Bang's Nucleosynthesis Scenario
and Substantiates GENESIS' Rapid Creation Postulate." PDF
Abstract: Big-bang cosmology predicts that an abundance of first generation,
Population III stars should have formed after the initial
nucleogenesis singularity. In theory these stars were composed
mainly of H and He, with only a trace of heavier elements. Decades
of astronomical searches have failed to locate any that can be
definitely identified with these characteristics, thus refuting big
bang's prediction for the origin of the universe's two dominant
chemical elements. Disproof of big bang's nucleosynthesis scenario
for the origin of all chemical elements comes from the heretofore
rarely acknowledged discovery of primordial short half-life extinct
natural radioactivity in Earth's primordial rocks. This discovery
shows (i) the chemical elements of which the earth is composed did
not originate in supernova nucleosynthetic reactions and (ii) the
primordial earth formed very rapidly rather than being the product
of slow evolutionary change over geological time. These results,
plus the failure of big bang's spacetime expansion hypothesis,
point to the need of a new model of the cosmos.
Gentry, R. V. 1998. "The Genuine Cosmic Rosetta."
Los Alamos National Laboratory E-Print arXive: gr-gc/9806061.
Abstract: Reexamination of general relativistic experimental results shows the universe is governed by Einstein's static-spacetime general relativity instead of Friedmann-Lemaitre expanding-spacetime general relativity. The
absence of expansion redshifts in a static-spacetime universe suggests a reevaluation of the present
cosmology is needed.
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