- File Size: 3680 KB
- Print Length: 235 pages
- Publisher: Cosmology Science Publishers (September 16, 2011)
- Publication Date: September 16, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005NMJGLE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Big Bang: A Critical Analysis Kindle Edition
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Technically the volume has problems in proof reading and type setting that do nothing to enhance it. One real and easily avoidable problem is the failure to use super-scripting properly or at all. My first reaction to 10-20 was that it must be -10. A but later context made it plain that the number was 10 to negative 20th power. Spelling issues, punctuation problems and stray characters did not help either. Worth a read if you are interested but probably not a good introduction to the subject of altermatives to BBT.
The rest of the book seems to have been written by various pseudoscientific purveyors of murky religions. They apparently hoped to capitalize on the public appeal of the name of Ratcliffe who, like Halton Arp, Eric Lerner and other scientists, has been revealing the extent to which massive observations of various kinds contradict the expanding bang story that is repetitiously told by science journalists and TV. One of the articles promotes the absurd hope that the mathematical theory of categories and functors could become more than a helpful guide to theory development, but actually serve as an idealist underpinning of physics itself.