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Journal of Modern and Applied Physics

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Entropy passage through the black hole singularity in active galaxies

Author(s): Milan D. Nešić*

The “big bang” hypothesis was based on three assumptions. First, Einstein in 1917 in Cosmological considerations on the general theory of relativity assumed that all mass of the world is the mass of our Galaxy, therefore unique one, since all mutual velocities in it are negligibly small compared to the speed of light. Then in 1927, Lemaître, doctor of physics and otherwise theologian, already in the title of his article assumed that all the mass of the world is constant, a Homogeneous universe of constant mass and increasing radius, taking into account the radial speed of extragalactic nebulae. And when Hubble 1929 published the article Relation between distance and radial velocity in extragalactic nebulae, according to which they are receding faster the farther away they are; it was enough for Lemaitre to assume that the whole world originated from a single point, from the Primordial Atom, The Expanding Universe, 1931. None of these assumptions are correct. The paper proposes the method of a schematic representation of zero uncertainty vacuum symmetry as proof that every active galaxy could be a “big bang.”

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