Cosmic Microwave Radiation Predicament (article preview)

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(This is a sample “taste” of the article. The whole article is almost done for the process of submission for commercial publication. I’ll let you know right here when it is available.)

Cosmic Microwave Radiation (CMR) is a diffuse whole sky radiation with an energy wavelength peaking at 2 millimeters – in the microwave range. It shows an energy spectrum resembling a blackbody radiation curve.

The acronym “CMR” describes the undisputed microwave radiation independent of any contested “background” or Big Bang claims.

Cosmic Microwave “Background” Radiation (CMBR) is a set of interpretations of CMR claiming that the universe expanded and cooled from a tiny hot volume (Big Bang conjecture) leaving the faint CMR radiation.

CMBR advocates claim the radiation itself has a temperature barely above absolute zero of an icy about 2.73 degrees Kelvin. Those traces are allegedly an image of the early Big Bang Universe.

While several Nobel Prizes have been awarded for work on CMR (its discovery, blackbody evidence, and anisotropy), the limitations of the evidence for “background” CMR are rarely clear or understood beyond those advocating for it. The CMR “background” interpretation to support the Big Bang conjecture has at least 10 severe problems with rationale, methods and evidence.

Cosmic Microwave “Background” Radiation is composed of three claims:

1. The testable hypothesis that the diffuse glow of radiation in the microwave frequency is “background” – not from foreground sources . . .

(This is a sample “taste” of the article. The whole article is prepared and in process of submission for commercial publication. I’ll let you know right here when it is available.)

In the meantime you might enjoy trying to solve a cosmic microwave puzzle. “Cosmic Microwave Radiation Surprise

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