Big Bang Cosmology in Wikipedia

Big Bang Cosmology in Wikipedia
BEWARE: Wikipedia is both the new educator and the new corruptor!

Here, for example, is Wikipedia’s statement to the world on why Big Bang is the reigning theory:

While the scientific community was once divided between supporters of the Big Bang and those of the Steady State theory,[11] most scientists became convinced that some version of the Big Bang scenario best fit observations after the discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation in 1964, and especially when its spectrum (i.e., the amount of radiation measured at each wavelength) was found to match that of thermal radiation from a black body.

This is today scientific rubbish, and has been so for some time. The observed Big Bang Blackbody today stands scientifically discredited – at a level of scientific evaluation that the establishment was incapable of bringing to bear on the subject when it was their responsibility to do so. This establishment is in plain evidence as woefully inadequate in this regard.

But being inadequate thusly is one thing. It is in the Lord’s hands. To continue to promulgate sham, scam and fraud as valid science – whether from that inadequacy or from dark design – is another. It is a very human act.

If “most scientists” believe today that cosmic blackbody is standing as an observationally confirmed fact, then these are the very scientists whose opinion should be totally discounted. The same is true for the anonymous Wikipedia editors behind the Big Bang entries.

This is how Wikipedia is corrupting the world – and especially the young readers of the world.

In addition to Big Bang, the numerous past results and past “discoveries” touted authoritatively in Wikipedia that rely on cosmological distances and/or cosmological velocities should be considered suspect.


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