QUEBEC (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
The Big Bang theory is the prevailing paradigm in cosmology. In his new book, “Bright Hole Cosmos: and Multibang Dynamics”, author Andre Trepanier explores this cosmological model as he leads the way to a fascinating journey in the understanding of the evolution of the universe.
Trepanier’s goal for writing his groundbreaking treatise is to challenge some of the main tenets of present-day cosmology. “Bright Hole Cosmos” is divided in two main parts. First, Trepanier presents current mainstream ideas with their respective models and results. In the second part, he presents a defendable alternative model which recognizes physical laws and shows its more universal value and consistency. The author describes his work as,
“an invitation for readers to replace the Big Bang paradigm of a unique cosmic origin and expansion with multibang expansions followed by contractions with a permanent cosmic recycling of all electronuclear material.
The progenitors of stars and galaxies are found in expanding shells colliding with their neighbors along dynamic common walls which are home to groups of galaxies that will in turn migrate to clusters. Large clusters end up in the crushing gravitational claws of giant black holes whose final compacted destiny is a maxibang event, the birth of a new expanding bubble.”
A worthy addition to the enduring topic of the universe’s evolution, “Bright Hole Cosmos” is a valuable starting place for newcomers and a trove of fresh and incisive insights for veterans in the field of cosmology.
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About the Author
Andre Trepanier had a 30-year career as a petroleum geophysicist in North America and Africa. Now retired, he is highly interested in all physical sciences including geology, astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology.
Bright Hole Cosmos * by Andre Trepanier
and Multibang Dynamics
Publication Date: November 27, 2012
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