Hardly anyone can understand my science theory. That’s part of the reason why I haven’t talked too much about the primary Creation Hypothesis. People have a hard enough time visualising the secondary Creation Hypothesis (3+1 spacetime measurement limit per order of magnitude, the microcanonical limit of which is the Periodic Table).
Here we can see the confession that:
“supermassive black holes are capable of creating – not just destroying – cosmic bodies.”
Which means my Creation Hypothesis has been validated & the Big Bang Singularity is thereby invalidated!
“If star formation is really occurring in most galactic outflows,” says Maiolino, “then this would provide a completely new scenario for our understanding of galaxy evolution.”
This is actually a good thing
No one understands modern day Cosmology because it’s not really scientific (incomprehensible). A scientific theory ought to make predictions, not be based around a fundamental falsehood!
What is true then?
My theory is “true” in that it cannot be proven false (whether it is objectively True (in that no more accurate system exists to describe the objectively observable Universe) is another matter). At present, my theory is the simplest theory which is also complete: 4 actions over 4 orders of magnitude. There is thus no reason to not use my theory instead.
How are Stars Formed?
The current universe model claims that a singularity created the observable universe and that matter has been “accreting” (coalescing) ever since this initial expansion phase. They claim that this all started with a Big Bang “singularity“, defined as: “in general a point at which a given mathematical object is not defined”. In other words, a state where the laws of math and physics break down. Except that there is no such state (because there doesn’t need to be).
Since there is direct proof that (stellar) matter can be CREATED, there is no reason to hold on to the “Big Bang” theory (or any other singularity for that matter).
Also I know what the right theory to predict this result is, but I’m not telling you.
Not until I get satisfaction.