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The Pearlman SPIRAL cosmological redshift hypothesis and cosmology model vs the current standard model
The Pearlman SPIRAL VS The Standard Cosmology Model (SCM) SPIRAL = SPI-RALL =
(Proto-Stellar Formation Preceded Cosmic Inflation, Cosmological Redshift Attests to Lagging Light)
Big Bang compatible, an initial singularity then Cosmic Expansion (CE) Yes Yes
CR is empirical evidence the universe is a sphere with us by center Yes No
Cosmological Redshift (CR) proves an Earth/Sun ecliptic centric universe Yes No
The universe is 'flat' (SCM our universe is on the 'surface' ) No Yes
CR proves dense proto-Stellar/galactic formation by the start of CI Yes No
CR is evidence of ongoing cosmic expansion. No Yes
CR was from when stars were moving away from us Yes Yes
Post a Cosmic Inflation Event a somewhat stable SSO* (Big Bang into Static) Yes No
We are at the center of the sphere that is the 'visible universe'* Yes Yes
Predicts we have, and explains why we have, the optimal view in the universe Yes No
The sphere that is the visible universe approximates the entire universe Yes No
Light Year (LY) radius to the edge of 'the visible universe'* 2B+/- 46B+
The most distant visible stars formed early & started within 4B LY distance Yes Yes
Cosmic Inflation Expansion event at speeds vastly above C Yes Yes
Light speed limited to the speed of light 'C' Yes Yes
Cosmic Expansion average greater than light speed (C) Yes Yes
CMB blackbody is evidence of a past cosmic expansion inflation event Yes Yes
CR is empirical proof of a Cosmic Inflation event. Yes No
CR proves proto-Stellar formation by the start of a Cosmic Inflation event. Yes No
Stellar/Galactic formation relatively early in the universe. Yes Yes
5777 LY distance if no blue-shift offset, to where the IU becomes the OU* Yes NA
Testable Prediction the Inner Universe radius expands by one LY per Year Yes No
Valid without the missing dark energy and the missing dark matter. Yes No
CMB blackbody compatible (we detect now from 5,777 vs 13.4B LYA & YA) Yes Yes
Years elapsed to date since the end of a Cosmic Inflation Event 5777 13.7B+/-
Visible CR departed from stars no more than 4B LYA, up to 13.4B YA One bit Yes
Visible CR departed from stars now up to XB LYA when 5777 LYA, 5777 YA Yes No
Parallax/Triangulation of light departure point asserted effective up to 5777 LY 30k LY
Refutes aspects of the Copernican and Cosmological Principles Yes No
Satisfies 'Olbers' paradox' and the 'Flatness Problem' Yes maybe
Definitions and References
SCM = Standard Cosmology Model : YA = Years Ago SSO = Steady State Oscillation
B = Billions : k = Thousands C = Light Speed CR = Cosmological Redshift
CMB = Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation : LY = Light Years : LYA = Light Years Away
IU/OU = Inner Universe/Outer Universe = No/Yes prevalent CR from stars therein. (see 'Blue-shift Offset')
Visible universe = Maximum LY radius to where the most distant stars are now, whose light we may see
This info-graphic dated: Dec 30, 2016 / 1 Teves, 5,777 Anno Mundi
“Distant Starlight and the Age, Formation and Structure of the Universe”
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