by Jay Huber | Mar 7, 2015 | Paper

Based upon the invariance of red shift over the emitted frequencies of a stellar source, a functional equation is derived whose only non-trivial solution is an exponential function. This methodology is applied to recessional redshift, for both relativistic and...
by Tuomo Suntola | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Recent observations on the redshift and magnitude of distant supernovae have raised fundamental questions of the cosmological structure and the development of space. Interpretation of the observations with the standard cosmology model suggests accelerating expansion...
by Ingvar Astrand | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

This report demonstrates my discovery from 1992 of an entropy law that solves the modern physics’ problems and replaces its ad hoc hypotheses by facts and insights from experiments. This awaited unified physics theory is derived from observation of Supernova...
by John P. Wsol | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The breakthrough perspective afforded by this simple paradigm — of viewing the cosmos as a 4D Onion, implemented as a hyperspherical standing wave — suddenly our universe becomes demystified! Starting from a higher-dimensional perspective of viewing the...
by Lyndon E. Ashmore | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The New Tired Light Theory (NTL) is tested by using known data of the distance to the Corona Borealis galaxy cluster (A2065 in particular) and from this predicting the redshift of the galaxy. The predicted value is then compared to the measured value. In NTL, photons...