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Cosmology - General
Cosmic Microwave Background Misguided
On June 30, 2001, NASA launched the
Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) on a mission to reexamine some unusual
telemetry returned by the Cosmic
Background Explorer (COBE) satellite in 1992. Temperature fluctuations
data seemed to suggest that there were regions of lower mass density in the
Universe. Since the Big Bang theory does not account for such regions—matter
and energy should be evenly distributed—the WMAP survey was sent to verify
Once again, we find that a major piece supporting mainstream cosmology is unworthy. Dr. Pierre-Marie Robitaille, the inventor of ultra-high field MRI, in a current series of lectures, shows that the CMB anisotropy maps are misguided, and are not measuring what they looking for.
Anisotropy Maps vs The Third Law of Thermodynamics,
The Planck Satellite - A $1,000,000,000 Misadventure
The Cosmic Microwave Background – Bad Science,
The Big Bang & Microwave Background - The Early Years,
The Microwave Background - COBE Satellite Results Explained!,
The Big Bang, Photons, & The Microwave Background!
WMAP - The Satellite & Galactic Foreground Problems!
NASA's Version of Photoshop - Generating Anisotropy Maps