CMB as light wave RESONANCE ie wave background not ancient remnant of light from a big bang

Jan 1, 2020
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Today as I continued work on the Unified Field theory which solves the double slit experiment using a new formula and the principle of 3 dimensional time at the quantum level I realised that the CMB is not ancient light remnants it is the resonance of light waves passing through the space time fabric just as a piano, guitar or drum resonates after a note has been hit. This adds to the list of problems solved by Spring/Time Theory which already has logical clear explanations for the double slit experiment, quantum entanglement, the vacuum catastrophe, quantum gravity and more. Here is the insert I added to the Unified filed theory page today.

COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND
Spring/Time Theory proposes that the cosmic microwave background is not a remnant from an early epoch but is in fact a passing light wave background or resonance left after a wave of photon has passed. Traditional thinking using the standard model of particle physics always describes matter as particles even though quantum mechanics shows that matter exhibits both wave and particle properties. With STT a detected photon is an instance in a wave of light and the particle property is as a result of the quantum particle in the field oscillating as the wave passes. This gives another explanation for the CMB. As the waves of light pass through the CMB the oscillating quantum particles in the field are RESONATING after the wave has passed. As the waves of light pass through the spacetime fabric we are able to detect individual points in the wave which we call photons. They are however always only one point in the wave which travels out from the source in all directions. So when we use the method of recording microwaves we are recording the quantum particles oscillations as they return to rest. They never sit at rest however as there is always a constant bombardment of light coming from all directions but in the tiny moments between waves as the oscillation dies down they exhibit frequencies in the microwave range. The variation in the distribution of the microwave background likely corresponds to where light sources coming towards us are more or less concentrated/intense. This along with the theory that the universe is not expanding outwards but is being stretched or expanded inwards at planets, suns, black holes gives solid logic that the Universe is much much older than 13.7 billion years even in this phase of any theoretical big pulse or big bounce. This opens up the way for a fresh look at how distant supermassive black holes (previously thought to have grown to billions of times the mass of our sun within 500 million years of the theoretical big bang) actually evolved. One of many extremely serious problems for the big bang until now, now STT proposes it is no longer a problem it's probably a catastrophe for the model.

Oldand
 
Jun 27, 2021
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A good start, I always wonder what is the history of one photon detected as CMB.
Since a photon travels with c in a straight line fashion unless it is near a "black hole" or something like that. We detect photons from 13.5 B years away, but nobody ever mentioned that it took time to reach that place from a singular point of big bang. So the age of universe would be at least 2*13.5 B years.
Astronomers, Cosmologists, please elaborate on "photons are stretched in wavelength due to space expansion". Tell me the history of one typical photon that is captured by a CMB detector.
 
Jul 4, 2021
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Today as I continued work on the Unified Field theory which solves the double slit experiment using a new formula and the principle of 3 dimensional time at the quantum level I realised that the CMB is not ancient light remnants it is the resonance of light waves passing through the space time fabric just as a piano, guitar or drum resonates after a note has been hit. This adds to the list of problems solved by Spring/Time Theory which already has logical clear explanations for the double slit experiment, quantum entanglement, the vacuum catastrophe, quantum gravity and more. Here is the insert I added to the Unified filed theory page today.

COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND
Spring/Time Theory proposes that the cosmic microwave background is not a remnant from an early epoch but is in fact a passing light wave background or resonance left after a wave of photon has passed. Traditional thinking using the standard model of particle physics always describes matter as particles even though quantum mechanics shows that matter exhibits both wave and particle properties. With STT a detected photon is an instance in a wave of light and the particle property is as a result of the quantum particle in the field oscillating as the wave passes. This gives another explanation for the CMB. As the waves of light pass through the CMB the oscillating quantum particles in the field are RESONATING after the wave has passed. As the waves of light pass through the spacetime fabric we are able to detect individual points in the wave which we call photons. They are however always only one point in the wave which travels out from the source in all directions. So when we use the method of recording microwaves we are recording the quantum particles oscillations as they return to rest. They never sit at rest however as there is always a constant bombardment of light coming from all directions but in the tiny moments between waves as the oscillation dies down they exhibit frequencies in the microwave range. The variation in the distribution of the microwave background likely corresponds to where light sources coming towards us are more or less concentrated/intense. This along with the theory that the universe is not expanding outwards but is being stretched or expanded inwards at planets, suns, black holes gives solid logic that the Universe is much much older than 13.7 billion years even in this phase of any theoretical big pulse or big bounce. This opens up the way for a fresh look at how distant supermassive black holes (previously thought to have grown to billions of times the mass of our sun within 500 million years of the theoretical big bang) actually evolved. One of many extremely serious problems for the big bang until now, now STT proposes it is no longer a problem it's probably a catastrophe for the model.

Oldand
So everything that we've interpreted from the Kobe and the W map missions could be wrong especially the assumed anisotropy that account for the lumpiness. Correct?
 
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