On The Local Origin of the CMB

CMB dipole with blue = 2.721 K and red = 2.729 K. Imagined to show velocity of solar system relative to the CMB

CMB dipole with blue = 2.721 K and red = 2.729 K. Imagined to show velocity of solar system relative to the CMB

Warning: The term CMB is used herein for brevity, meaning only the measured microwave radiation, not that it is actually of ‘cosmic’ origin or even ‘background’.

Problems In the CMB Data

Until recently, cosmologists have had little concern with the solar system, being focused primarily on the CMB temperature distribution to explain the origin of the universe.  Subtracting the average temperature from the entire CMB reveals a dipole, shown in Figure 1. Although the data comprises only radiation temperatures in the microwave range, cosmologists subtract the dipole from the data in the belief that the motion of the solar system relative to the (assumed) CMB causes a higher temperature in the direction of motion (a blue shift) and a lower temperature in the opposite direction (a red shift). However, studies of the WMAP sky data have revealed a number of large scale alignments.(On the large-scale anomalies of the microwave sky, C.J. Cobi et al.) states: “In particular, we show that the planes of the quadrupole and the octopole are unexpectedly aligned. …

Fig. 2 CMB heat structures just above and below the ecliptic

Fig. 2 CMB heat structures just above and below the ecliptic

Moreover, the combined quadrupole plus octopole is surprisingly aligned with the geometry and direction of motion of the Solar system: the plane they define is perpendicular to the ecliptic plane and to the plane defined by the dipole direction, and the ecliptic plane carefully separates stronger from weaker extrema, running within a couple of degrees of the null-contour between a maximum and a minimum over more than 120◦ of the sky (Figure 2). Even given the alignment of the quadrupole and octopole with each other, we find that their alignment with the ecliptic is unlikely at >98 per cent confidence level, and argue that it is in fact unlikely at >99.9 per cent confidence level. … While the observed correlations seem to hint that there is contamination by a foreground … [but] closer inspection reveals that there is no obvious way to explain the observed correlations.”

Radiation From an Impact on Jupiter

As detailed in a recent paper, a number of ancient texts state that proto-Venus (Aditi, Pallas Athene) was born from the head of Jupiter. That is, rebounded from an enormous fusion-enhanced impact on the highly deuterated, solid, Methane Gas Hydrate (MGH) surface of Jupiter 6,000 years ago. The author maintains that the heat and gravitational wave from that explosion has been expanding outward since that date heating galactic dust which is currently re-radiating what is thought to be the CMB from ~ 3,000 light-years distant.

A Foreground Event

As a result, the troubling alignments which cosmologists have discovered in the CMB data suggest that the temperature dipole (Figure 1.) is due to the heat from a highly directional blast which rebounded from the impact on Jupiter ~6,000 years ago and is not a measure of the velocity of the solar system relative to the CMB.  The impacting body drove deep into the low density Methane Gas Hydrate, causing the rebounded explosion to be ‘collimated’. Thus the multipoles found in the CMB  to be aligned with the dipole are merely the result of slight, normal deviations of the blast from a perfect shape.

No Inflation

This explains very simply why the radiation is observed in all directions, while the cosmological explanation of this simple fact hinges on a most outrageous, non-physical hypothesis termed ‘inflation’, which has never been proved.

Heat Below Ecliptic from Great Red Spot

The greater temperature just below the ecliptic is due to material that has been continually ejected from the Great Red Spot located 22 º SOUTH LATITUDE, i.e. directed slightly below the ecliptic over the last 6,000 years since the blast, which obscures the anisotropies slightly from the original blast but increases the temperature.

Unexplained Decrease in Power?

Cosmologists are quietly discussing a new problem.  It seems the power of the anisotropies in the WMAP data are systematically greater than in the Planck data. If the CMB is truly from the Big Bang, the power and even the shape of the anisotropies cannot change since a 1° anisotropy is ~10^8 light years in extent. If the measured field is re-radiated from 3000 light year distance, a measurble decline in the power would be expected as the blast moves rapidly away from the Earth, also changes in the shapes of the anisotropies as different clouds of galactic dust are heated. It is truly amazing that thousands of astrophycists have suddenly become ‘cosmologists’, acquiesing to the evolutionist, Godless hypothesis that the origin, age and makeup of the universe can be derived from the anisotropies in this radiation, even dark matter and dark energy. See complete paper “On the Local Origin of the CMB“.

Corinthians 1:27-29 But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound those who think they are mighty; and the base things of the world that are despised … to bring to nought things that are. That no flesh should glory in his presence.

~ by Angiras on December 17, 2015.

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