Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Every structural object is formed by colliding, merging interactions of smaller particles from smaller structures. The big-bang is obviously not the beginning of the Universe, but was likely a collision of superclusters along intersecting cosmic filaments.  The largest known collisions are galaxy clusters that collide. Superclusters have never been observed to collide, and are foolishly considered to not even be gravitational bound structures. A collision of superclusters is enough to cause most of all galaxies to expand with increasing distances according to redshift interpretations of a great expansion. The Sloan Great Wall is just one of innumerably many superclusters, and it spans across 5% of the known visible universe.  The big-bang is just obviously ludicrous. Shaun Thomas and team of colleagues have discovered an aggregation of galaxies stretching for more then 3 billion light years, by analyzing anomalous signatures given by excess power over larger scales, in the largest cosmic volume galaxy survey known as MegaZ DR7.   These are HYPERCLUSTERS, and clearly reveal the the Universe is far older, vast, and larger structured then the ludicrous big-bang theory.