I've noticed a recurring type of argument on this board, an argument from incredulity. "This does not make sense to me, so it must be wrong." Arguments like these are not the way to be intellectually honest and stifle you in learning. The fact that you do not understand a widely accepted theory means that you do not understand it, plain and simple. It says nothing about the theory itself. Especially when it comes to theories of physics, you should remember that the universe does not owe it to you to make sense.
Note that there is nothing wrong with disagreeing with established theories, but you should always do so from a place of understanding using specific, direct criticism. Vague assertions that it "does not make sense to you" or that you don't like the conclusions do not detract from the theory's validity, only from your own credibility.