In another thread the Big Bang Model was mentioned and it made me wonder; do 'current' versions of models ever exist in a specific place?
For example, is a compiled, current version of the Big Bang Model available in a format such as a .pdf, or at a lab at a university on computers and in boxes? Or does perhaps the 'current model' refer to something more akin to 'all of the generally accepted scientific knowledge' about the Big Bang, where some is shown in a public source, but other parts are in a scientific journal, and no one has bothered to (or even can) compile it into a single place?
Back in the day if someone wanted to know precisely what people meant when they were talking about the length of a meter, they might have to go to France to look at the accepted most accurate version. I'm just wondering if an agreed upon 'most accurate version' of a scientific model ever exists in a single place.