LPPFusion Hosts Dialogs on the Big Bang Debate

As part of our contribution toward open debate around the key issues in cosmology, LPPFusion will be hosting two online Dialogs on the Big Bang Debate in October. On October 11 we will have Dr. Rajendra Gupta of the University of Ottawa talking with LPPFusion’s Lerner. Dr. Gupta made world-wide headlines on July when he proposed merging the non-expanding tired light hypothesis to explain the Hubble redshift relation with a slower expanding universe model that puts the Big Bang back to 26 billion years ago. On October 17, Lerner will talk with Dr. Francesco Sylos-Labini, Research Director at the Enrico Fermi Research Center (Rome, Italy). Dr. Sylos-Labini has been a leader in the mapping of large-scale structures in the universe. On the largest scales, these structures are too big to have formed in the time since the hypothetical Big Bang. There will be an open Q and A from the zoom chat at the end of each event.








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