Lead author Daniela Saadeh from University College London added: “You can never rule it out completely, but we now calculate the odds that the universe prefers one direction over another at just 1 in 121,000. We’re very glad that our work vindicates what most cosmologists assume. For now, cosmology is safe.”
Really? Cosmology is safe? In the same sentence it was just stated you can never rule it out. This is not the statement of scientists who feel confident in their claims..
Wow, so you really do not have a clue how science is done. I am not surprised.
Scientists generally do not go about their work via a process of falsification, although a good theory must be falsifiable. What makes a good theory is how well it makes testable predictions; testable by observing the world around us. For example, the theory of evolution is falsifiable; all one needs to do is find the fossil remains of a pre-Cambrian mouse! However, you will not find any scientists actively engaged is such a search. All that matters is that the theory is falsifiable and that it does agree with the available evidence. There is no need to absolutely rule out the possibility of a pre-Cambrian mouse to be able to say the TOE is a good theory!
Likewise, we do not need to absolutely rule out the possibility of a rotating universe to say that the BBT is a good theory. If you want to replace the current cosmology (Big Bang, expanding universe and cosmological constant) with your rotating model, it is incumbent on you to show that your theory is a better match with observations, and you have not even tried to do that. In fact, you handwave away all evidence to the contrary. All you have done is force fed us a steady diet of mostly indecipherable mathematical gibberish.
I could do the exact same thing by replacing the cosmological constant and dark energy with the Flying Spaghetti Monster, and make it every bit as mathematically correct as your rotating universe and also every bit as not-in-accord with observation.
Face it, the rotating universe thing has been done before and by people far more qualified than you, and it has not stood up to scrutiny.
But I just realized that, by arguing with you, I give your ideas more attention than they deserve. Carry on with your nonsense, I will pay no further attention to it.