Posts Tagged ‘Big Bang Cosmology’

Nobel Prize to James Peebles for conquering Big Bang Lebensraum

November 16, 2019

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Here’s what I said about Peebles years ago:


And here is a chapter summary from my 2015 book THE Falsifiers of the Universe:


Misconduct of Physics Nobel Committee 2019

October 14, 2019

Here is the report I discuss.
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Der intellektuelle anschluss geht weiter

October 12, 2019

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So much depends on 2.7 K!

September 11, 2019

Ever wondered why all determinations of the 2.7 K cosmic black body are so indirect? That is because direct determination – even though it is the most doable experiment – does not show it.

What depends on the 2.7 K Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMB)?


So what does this all-important 2.7 K depend on?

How Big Bang got its groove

July 26, 2019

Paris M. Herouni – unsung hero of physics

July 24, 2019

This is the video from which the following screen is taken.

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What happened to the Big Bang dissidents?

July 8, 2019

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BIG BANG jokes: Heard the one about … ?

February 20, 2019

Folks, as you discard Big Bang, don’t throw away the baby with the bath water! Big Bang is good for lots and lots of Physicsville jokes. Jokewise speaking, LIGO takes the cake. But Big Bang is not far behind.

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Big Bang sky juice

October 23, 2018

Folks, I have long described the Penzias-Wilson-Dicke cosmic black body scam (1978 Nobel) – in my printed book as well as in the Big Bang casebook. But this is such a sidespliting, rip-roaring yarn that I think it deserves its very own casebook. So here is a preview of the tentative cover.

Note that if Robert Dicke set in motion the Penzias-Wilson scam, he also set in motion two other scourges: Rainer’s COBE satellite fraud (2006 Nobel), and Kip and Rainer’s LIGO fraud (2017 Nobel). Everything traces back to Dicke. They are all Dicke’s boys: Arno and Bob and Kip and Rai.

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A Physicsville goose

September 6, 2018

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