Re: Big Bang: How widely accepted?

donald e. tyler (
19 Sep 1995 11:55:52 -0700

For an alternate explanation
of the expanding universe, see
"A New and Simple Theory of
Gravity" by Donald E. Tyler
It is in many university
libraries for borrowing.
Apply Coulomb's Law to
two hydrogen atoms and it
will be shown that they will
repel each other. If the
Big-Bang is true, the
expansion of the universe
will be slowing. Not so
if a force is continually
being applied. If you
want the name of a professor
of physics and chemistry
who can supply reasons that
the big-bang is wrong, it
can be supplied via e-mail.