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Tired Light Denies the Big Bang N2
Shao, Ming-Hui; Wang, Na; Gao, Zhi-Fu
Source PublicationRedefining Standard Model Cosmology
Publication PlaceLondon, EC3R 6AF, UK
AbstractMore and more problems related to Big Bang have been appeared in recent years. All the problems are due to the Doppler interpretation of redshift. The “tired light” theory, proposed in 1929 by Zwicky and most recently developed by Shao in 2013, gives a new explanation for redshift. The theory has shown that the redshift is induced from the energy loss of photons by the interaction with material particles on their journey through cosmological space. The basic principles related to the energy transfer are mainly the mass-energy equivalence and the Lorentz theory. Problems, such as super velocity, the horizon problem, the cosmological microwave background radiation, and Olbers’ paradox, vanish in the cosmological model of “tired light” theory. The model describes a boundless and timeless Cosmos.
PagesCh. 2
Keywordtired light energy loss photons cosmological redshift Lorentz theory big bang CMBR Olbers’ paradox
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AffiliationXinjiang Astronomical Observatory
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Shao, Ming-Hui,Wang, Na,Gao, Zhi-Fu. Tired Light Denies the Big Bang N2. Redefining Standard Model Cosmology. London, EC3R 6AF, UK:IntechOpen,2019:Ch. 2.
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