A Universe much smaller than the "big bang"

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Section 1) Documentation on gravitational mirrors
Section 2) How does a gravitational mirror works?
A) Gravitational mirror theory
B) Analogy with glass mirror
Section 3) The spherical mirror
A) Between two mirrors it's magic
B) Inside a Spherical Mirror
C) Conclusion
Section 4) Photons trajectories calculations
A) Introduction
B) Calculations
Section 5) Experimental proof
A) Documentation on "Caustic" images
B) Experiment with a 4 inches sphere
Section 6) References
gravitational mirage, Einstein's Cross

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First see for yourself, we do not invent the gravitational mirror. The Hubble telescope opened a new window on the Universe: "the magic of the gravitational mirrors ." These celestial spectacles help us to better understand the structure of our Universe. We find contradictions between theories and explanations from well known scientists. They are unable to reach a concessus. Is the universe finite or infinite, flat or curved? Within these disagreements we find a parallel in man's history when science, philosophy and religion mixed together. The earth is flat and the centre of the universe. Try to explain the universe from such a stand point. The picture right below is showing Einstein's Cross.


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Professor Fred Hoyle likened the efforts of the Ptolemaic cosmologists at patching up their failing theory in the face of new discoveries to the endeavors of big bang believers today to keep their theory afloat. He wrote in his book The Intelligent Universe: "The main efforts of investigators have been in papering over contradictions in the big bang theory, to build up an idea which has become ever more complex and cumbersome." After referring to Ptolemy's futile use of epicycles to rescue his theory,Hoyle continued: "I have little hesitation in saying that as a result a sickly pall now hangs over the big bang theory. As I have mentioned earlier, when a pattern of facts becomes set against a theory, experience shows that it rarely recovers." -Page 186 "à voir"If Einstein was wrong! "clic" site français