The Case Against Cosmology
M. J. Disney1
Received November 29, 1999
It is argued that some of the recent claims for cosmology are grossly
overblown. Cosmology rests on a very small database: it suffers from many fundamental difficulties as a science (if it is a science at all) whilst observations of distant phenomena are difficult to make and harder to interpret. It is suggested that cosmological inferences should be tentatively made and sceptically received.
KEY WORDS : Cosmology ; observations ; science
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