The Big Bang theory has been the mainstay of cosmology over many decades. However, new technology that reveals previously unknown aspects of electromagnetism doesnít easily fit in with this cosmological theory one which appears to come from nothing and has nowhere to go. Nevertheless, the Big Bang is supported by some leading thinkers, presumably because they need the focal point that the big bang brings to zero. However hearing the big bang discussed in the media and in cosmology forums one gets the impression that it is written in stone, whereas in reality it is a highly speculative theory. Moreover, viewed in the light of new findings it borders on the implausible.
However viewing the cosmos in a different light, the focal point appears to be its magnification according to that of maximum velocity which for me closely resembles the intensity of electromotive force and the currents they generate. Then why, seeing that maximum velocity is a major part of cosmology donít the sciences have the enthusiasm to research into maximum velocity and achieve some understanding? is it considered outside its terms of reference?. That is, I believe that comprehension of maximum velocity depends on viewing the cosmos in a completely different way.
For those who are interested one way of looking at maximum velocity can be seen in
www.cosmosview.com however it is anticipated that those who need a zero focal point will simply close their eyes to what they see because they need the straight line diameters that are just not there.