Dear Friends: There is clear evidence that the current starting assumptions for quantum mechanical calculations are either incomplete or contain at least one error.

When calculations fall apart and yield an impossible answer these equations are screaming that a rigorous extension of the starting assumptions gives nonsense.

Throwing in a theory like Cosmic Inflation might seem to fix the problem, but this has merely artificially adjusted the answer so that it is no longer logically derived from the starting assumptions.

Instead the unreasonable answer should be taken as an indication that the model being analyzed either contains at least one erroneous assumption or is missing an essential assumption.

Every time an incorrect assumption is utilized or the missing assumption is not used, the mathematical analysis must yield an incorrect answer, (garbage in, garbage out.)

Our inability to conceptually understand parts of quantum mechanics is a further indication that we are using an inadequate model.

Therefore 'cosmic inflation' is a theory of exponential expansion of space in the early universe and it's just plain wrong!

Please don't ask me why because I'm not a physicist, but I do know when something doesn't smell right!

When calculations fall apart and yield an impossible answer these equations are screaming that a rigorous extension of the starting assumptions gives nonsense.

Throwing in a theory like Cosmic Inflation might seem to fix the problem, but this has merely artificially adjusted the answer so that it is no longer logically derived from the starting assumptions.

Instead the unreasonable answer should be taken as an indication that the model being analyzed either contains at least one erroneous assumption or is missing an essential assumption.

Every time an incorrect assumption is utilized or the missing assumption is not used, the mathematical analysis must yield an incorrect answer, (garbage in, garbage out.)

Our inability to conceptually understand parts of quantum mechanics is a further indication that we are using an inadequate model.

Therefore 'cosmic inflation' is a theory of exponential expansion of space in the early universe and it's just plain wrong!

Please don't ask me why because I'm not a physicist, but I do know when something doesn't smell right!