Morris Anderson has posted his "the universe in wave equations" book on the web.
If you are seriously debunking, or looking for alternatives to the BB model, this is a very promising one. (If you do not have broadband, you may only want to view his presentation, the paper is 132 pages of HTML so, click on the link and start another pot of coffee...)
There are a lot of things I like about Morris's paper:
It is based upon solitons - matter as standing waves, just like Jacque Moret-Bailly's.
He is able to correctly model virtually all gravitational effects using wave equations, including those addressed by general relativity.
It is unbelievably simple - making GR predictions has never been so easy.
Not all of his predictions agree with GR, which is also a plus in my book, because he is able to increase the mass and density of objects without creating a black hole: If this is correct, it explains how Quasars could be intrinsically redshifted by gravity to very high redshifts - this is not possible with GR.
The only real heartburn I have with it is his treatment of inertial energy - he does not agree with the equivalence principle, and isolates gravity as a force independent of inertial fields. (I think it is likely inertial energy is not independent of gravitational forces.) This leads to a different definition of space, although when the dust has settled, we may find the concepts are equivalent.
Morris and I both presented in the same 'Gravity' session of the APS Four Corners chapter conference. My presentation was on "Twisting Einstein to Assign Causality", a concept we have been kicking around on the "Gravity Behaving Badly" thread. We were both quite stunned, because even though we started from opposite ends of the universe, we are within one or two pages of each other.
And we all wonder what happens next.