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Sunday, December 11, 2016

Further Muddling in Dark Matter

A good scientific procedure would require testing an idea, seeing if it is supported by data, making adjustments, and discarding it if the idea cannot be substantiated. Scientists advocating the Big Bang need dark matter to keep their paradigm, and they don't cotton to discarding it despite the lack of evidence or rationality — nor how occult their views become.

Evolutionary cosmologists continue to search for nonexistent dark matter to keep the Big Bang idea going. Things are getting worse, and some scientists are searching for alternative explanations.
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The biggest rescuing device for the Big Bang is something called dark matter, which supposedly comprises most of the matter in the universe. Except that it can't be found, even with expensive equipment. Sure, they claim to infer that the effects of dark matter have been seen in deep space, but there is no actual evidence and other possible explanations of phenomena are ignored. Some scientists are aware that there are serious problems with the dark matter concept, so they're trying to saddle up alternative explanations that are equally outlandish. Cosmic evolution is unscientific and continually fails. The true explanation is that the universe was created, and created much more recently than they want to admit.
A rash of recent science articles shows that secular cosmologists have no idea where they are, or why.

Ever since cosmologists began invoking occult phenomena in the form of dark matter and dark energy, they have lost their way. If you don’t believe it, look at what they themselves are saying about their current state of knowledge – if it can be called knowledge at all.
For a passel of reports on the failings of the search for nonexistent dark matter, click on "Cosmologists Are Blind in the Dark".

Evolutionary cosmologists continue to search for nonexistent dark matter to keep the Big Bang idea going. Things are getting worse, and some scientists are searching for alternative explanations.