Cosmic inflation is a physical paradox

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Cosmic inflation is a physical paradox

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This is a case study of the paradoxical effect of nature.

This case study is titled as "The cognitive paradox fallacy in cosmic inflation on accelerated expansion of space" in the UVS research.

I would again cut and paste the text here less the images, links, and clutters. This is intended for the convenience of quoting for its discussions in this thread, but would recommend readers to read it from the webpage for its full presentation.

Here goes:

After distant galaxies in all directions were empirically observed to be receding in acceleration at rates proportional to their distance, the Big Bang model that describes the expansion of space with deceleration had then fallen apart.

Cosmic inflation with a runaway expansion of space answers the classic conundrum of the big Bang cosmology, it is thus now considered as part of the standard hot Big Bang cosmology.

In place of an expanding balloon, the explanation with the Big Bang model now adopts the analogy of a raisin pudding model to explain the empirically observed phenomenon for the accelerated expansion of space with cosmic inflation.

It is now postulated in the Big Bang model that space is expanding exponentially.

Nonetheless, limited by the speed of light, the empirical observation of the observable universe on receding galaxies in their frame of reference, would be apparently affected by timeline and time dilation effect; this is the composition of a time frame negation effect.

Hence, in circumstances of the decelerated recession of the galaxies in the observable universe, those distant galaxies that are apparently observed in their further timelines of more distant past from Earth, would paradoxically appear to be receding at increasing velocities than a distant galaxy at a nearer timeline of lesser distant past.

This would naturally render an optical illusion as a result of the time frame negation effect, and thus renders the apparent observation on distant galaxies are receding in acceleration at rates proportional to their distance.

Its cognitive paradox fallacy is as a result of its empirical observation that was perceived in its composite optical illusion, which is rendered by the composite time frame negation effect of timeline and time dilation.

The proposition on the universe is expanding at an increasing rate with proper distance at proper time as observed, concluded with the cosmic scale factor a(t) has a positive second derivative, did not address or account for the time frame negation effect; it merely creates a fallacious artificial cognitive paradox with its mathematical treatment that misleads people with a misconception to believe it had accounted for the time frame negation effect.

Paradoxically, a receding distant galaxy that was later observed to have a higher velocity in different time frame, was actually its time dilated image observed at a further timeline of its more distant past. For instant, a receding distant galaxy observed in its time dilation image one year later, is paradoxically its image of another one more year older, which at then the image reaches the Earth from a farther timeline.

The mathematical treatment applied to illustrate that space accelerates exponentially, asserted with the proposition of proper distance for the calculation of the optically observed deep space objects that were moving in a frame of reference on different timelines, will not correct it from its natural cognitive paradox rendered by the time frame negation effect; the derivation of velocities among the distant galaxies was apparently observed on different timelines.

The peer reviewed conclusion of the revised Big Bang model with cosmic inflation on exponentially expanding space, is a fallacy.

This is simply because its mathematical construct with its postulated metric expansion of space, was stemmed from the natural cognitive paradox in a composite optical illusion, which is caused by optical negation rendered by the limited speed of light from distant galaxies receding on different timelines.

The proposition for accelerated expansion of space, is a physical paradox that was fallaciously asserted in its delusional observations, which had thus entailed its science delusion in the fallacious subjective reality of its hypothetical construct.
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