Supporting Science

Many times, scientists are so ingrained in their field of study that they cannot see the forest from the trees. This may be due to the fact that, to be a scientist, universities require their master and doctoral students to only take courses in their scientific field. As a result, scientists are not able to take a step backwards to see how their research fits into the overall picture of the universe.

This page is dedicated to scientific articles that are scientifically plausible, but not currently accepted by the scientific community. Authors are encouraged to submit articles for inclusion on this page. To be included on this page, the article must be scientifically sound, based on observed phenomenon, and not currently accepted by the scientific community.

To submit an article, email it to

List of Articles:

“Two Universe Model of the Big Bang” by Victor A Meyer

“The Beginning of Space and Time” by Victor A Meyer


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