Steady State Theory (Big Bang)

Fred Hoyle and others developed the Steady State theory to challenge the Big Bang theory. Fred Hoyle discusses his ideas in video clips from the BBC archive.

Hello, I believe "The Steady State Theory" explains how our Universe exists & I don't believe in the Big Bang Theory. Regards Peter !

Hello, I believe "The Steady State Theory" explains how our Universe exists & I don't believe in the Big Bang Theory.

Hello, If your a supporter of the "Steady State Theory" (like me) theoretically you can't dismiss the "Oscillating Theory" due to the fact it includes the provision for a Universe always being in existence. Regards Peter !

Hello, If your a supporter of the "Steady State Theory" (like me) theoretically you can't dismiss the "Oscillating Theory" due to the fact it includes the provision for a Universe always being in existence.

Hello, It now appears some scientists are starting to question the big bang theory & replacing it with the "steady state theory" instead. Personally speaking I can more readily accept our Universe has always existed then being created by a big bang (from nothing) some time in the past. Regards Peter !

Hello, It now appears some scientists are starting to question the big bang theory & replacing it with the "steady state theory" instead. Personally speaking I can more readily accept our Universe has always existed then being created by a big bang (from nothing) some time in the past. Regards Peter !

Steady state theory discredited

Steady state theory discredited

"Let's be scientifically honest with ourselves, the probability of having life arise to greater and greater complexity and organization by chance is the same probability of having a tornado tear through a junkyard and form out the other end a Boeing 747." ~ Sir Fred Hoyle

"Let's be scientifically honest with ourselves, the probability of having life…Fred Hoyle - English astronomer

"We must now admit to ourselves that the probability of life arising by chance by evolution is the same probability of throwing six in dice five million consecutive times." ~ Sir Fred Hoyle - Sir Fred Hoyle (1915-2001) was an English astronomer noted primarily for the theory of stellar nucleosynthesis, but also for his often controversial stances on other scientific matters—in particular his rejection of the "Big Bang" theory, a term coined by him on BBC radio.

We must now admit to ouse lives that the probability of life arising by chance by evolution is the same probability of throwing six in dice five million consecutive times.

Alexander Friedmann (1888-1925). Russian physicist and mathematician, known for his pioneering theory that the universe was expanding, governed by a set of equations, known as the Friedmann equations. The cosmological model of general relativity would come to form the standard for both the Big Bang and Steady State theories. His work supports both theories equally. Was not until the detection of the CMB radiation that the Steady State theory was abandoned in favor of the Big Bang paradigm.

Alexander Friedmann (1888-1925). Russian physicist and mathematician, known for his pioneering theory that the universe was expanding, governed by a set of equations, known as the Friedmann equations. The cosmological model of general relativity would come to form the standard for both the Big Bang and Steady State theories. His work supports both theories equally. Was not until the detection of the CMB radiation that the Steady State theory was abandoned in favor of the Big Bang paradigm.

The heat death of the universe is a suggested ultimate fate of the universe in which the universe has diminished to a state of no thermodynamic free energy and therefore can no longer sustain processes that consume energy (including computation and life).

Astronomers have released a new "baby picture" of the universe. The all-sky image draws on nine years' worth of data from a now-retired spacecraft dubbed the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP).

The Steady-State Theory was proposed in 1948 by three people Hermann Bondi, Thomas Gold, and Fred Hoyle.

The Steady-State Theory was proposed in 1948 by three people Hermann Bondi, Thomas Gold, and Fred Hoyle.

"Random and impersonal chance does not create complexity and design." - Sir Fred Hoyle - British Academy of Science - Leading mathematician and astronomer.

Scientists realize that someone had to create the complexity that is seen in life. They realize a Creator was necessary to create the vast, complex, and perfect universe.

HUSKING BEE -  the steady-state theory [studio album]

HUSKING BEE - the steady-state theory [studio album]

How did the universe form? The 'steady state' theory of the universe. As existing galaxies move apart from each other (left), new galaxies are formed in the spaces between them (right)

How did the universe form? The 'steady state' theory of the universe. As existing galaxies move apart from each other (left), new galaxies are formed in the spaces between them (right)

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