This is explained in Burbridge-Hoyle 1998 (Burbidge_1998_ApJ_509_L1). So issues regarding Helium abundances do not require Big Bang nucleosynthesis. This is useful to reconsider the Einstein static model as the cosmological model. Not only quantum field theory but the constructive Euclidean quantum field theory can be done in a static universe without problems (Jaffee-Ritter etc.) One should not need expansion, dark energy or dark matter with a fixed geometry of spacetime. More useful would be a cleaner theory of quantization in a fixed geometry where the cosmological constant problem disappears immediately.