Einstein Doubted His Big Bang Theory

    A scientist at the Waterford Institute of Technology (Ireland) discovered Einstein’s previously unknown manuscript. The discovered manuscript makes it clear that Einstein doubted his theory of the Big Bang and relativity, the scientist worked on an alternative model of the stationary Universe.

    In 1948, a similar theory was developed by Hoyle, Bondi and Gold. Scientists have argued that as the galaxies move away from each other and the Universe expands, new matter permanently appears between the galaxies. Stars and galaxies are built in the free space by the formation of more complex elements from elementary particles that appear spontaneously. Until the end of the 60s, this idea was quite popular in the scientific world, until the main confirmation of the Big Bang - the relict radiation - was discovered today.
    The physicist Kormak O'Rifirtai examined the manuscripts from the archive of Albert Einstein, which were freely available in Jerusalem. The scientist's attention was drawn to one document written in German, which was considered a draft of another work by Einstein. The researcher almost fell off his chair, according to him, when he realized what the manuscript was really about.

    It is assumed that Einstein wrote the manuscript during a trip to California in 1931. In it, the scientist reflected on the possibility of the formation of new particles of matter to maintain density much earlier than Hoyle and his colleagues. Einstein suggested that such a version of the model could take place within the framework of his original theory. However, corrections made by a pen of a different color indicate that the physicist later found an error in the calculations and decided to abandon this theory.

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