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Eddington then goes on to present a few pages of musings on entropy and time and then estimates the fine-tuning of the physics of the universe as more unlikely than one chance in ten raised to the hundredth power.In that paragraph, he states, "Philosophically, the notion of a beginning of the present order of Nature is repugnant to me." Lemaître seized upon this statement in his very brief letter published two months later in the journal Nature proposing what became known as the big bang theory.
(If you're interested in helping RSR research this topic further, please see below, Research Questions.) * The Physicists Contradicting the Alleged Confirmations of the Big Bang: To repudiate the - a Nobel scientist who won the prize for the discovery of the CMB - distinguished professors of physics from prestigious institutions like Princeton - America's premier particle physics lab, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory - Cambridge University's nd the theory never predicted the origin of dark matter (see next section), a probably-non-existent material needed to explain a big bang universe.If the big bang has actually occurred, transforming vast energy into all of the matter of the universe, then that would have created as much antimatter as matter.Extensive compelling scientific investigation including repeatable experiments suggests that there is an entire cosmos worth of antimatter that should have been created by the big bang within our universe that, thankfully, simply does not exist.The big bang's poor predictions track record is extensive as shown from its many failures including... [Click on over to Real Science Radio to hear Bob and Fred discuss this list.] * The Big Bang's Failing Foundational Assumptions of Homogeneity and Isotropy: NASA's article titled, Foundations of Big Bang Cosmology, begins stating that, "The Big Bang model of cosmology rests on two key ideas...that the matter in the universe is homogeneous and isotropic (The Cosmological Principle)." The big bang claim of homogeneity assumes, "that the matter in the universe is distributed uniformly on the largest scales..." and isotropy assumes it will appear the same from all locations and in all directions.
When supercolliders form matter from energy, as expected from the laws of physics, equal parts of matter and antimatter form; and if they come into contact, they annihilate one another.