Einstein’s GR

Einstein introduced General Relativity (GR)(curvature of space idea) as a correction for Newtonian Gravity that needed tiny miniscule corrections to the precession of Mercury's orbit (IMHO).

Since then, it has established itself after some tiny corrections were proven.

An after-thought that his GR would collapse in his 'static' universe model, he introduced a correction called Lambda that was supposed to counter this gravitational collapse. This correction would be a slight expansion added to his SUM to keep it from collapsing (IMHO).

So, why did he think his SUM would collapse? Well, it would collapse because the introduction of space curvature that is supposed to correct the precession of orbiting bodies such as the planet mercury that would also 'erode' their linear momentum. If the curvature of space can have any influence on these orbiting bodies, then it must have influence on their 'linear momentum' as well. This then, would cause these bodies to spiral into their gravitational sources to create the collapse. His idea here also violates the 'Conservation of Momentum Law'.

The acceptance of the BBU and its expansion then saved Einstein the embarrassment of this error by his own admission.

To be honest about this, Einstein would be wrong anyway because in a static or more appropriately, Steady State Universe, without his 'curvature of space' idea but a flat space concept, the universe would not collapse because the presence of 'linear momentum' counters the force of gravity to maintain a Steady State everlasting universe as well as compliance to the 'conservation of momentum law'.

Physical nature is structured in such a way as to prevent collapses. This also includes the hydrogen atom that maintains a permanent 'ground state' orbit because of the presence of the 'magnetic field' interactions between the proton spin fields and the electron orbital fields.

Even the 'boost’ to gravity of the mysterious dark matter problem does not cause a collapse of the gravitational structures. In this case, the linear momentum just increases to compensate for this increase in gravitational effect.

Since I consider the BB to be erroneous and have replaced it with a SSU model, then I would also consider Einstein’s 'curvature of space' concept to be erroneous.

Mike NS