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Expanding Universe or How Idiotic Science Can Be

September 10 2017 at 4:43 AM
Pentcho Valev 

If the Universe were expanding and the distance between cosmic objects were increasing, we would have noticed the effect in our cosmic neighborhood. Gravity could counteract and even take over at places but in any case we would not have the STATIC (distances don't change at all) picture we have always been observing.

Cosmologists have found a truly idiotic solution to the above problem: Only the space between galaxies expands; there is no expansion inside galaxies:

Sabine Hossenfelder: "The solution of general relativity that describes the expanding universe is a solution on average; it is good only on very large distances. But the solutions that describe galaxies are different - and just don't expand. It's not that galaxies expand unnoticeably, they just don't. The full solution, then, is both stitched together: Expanding space between non-expanding galaxies." http://backreaction.blogspot.bg/2017/08/you-dont-expand-just-because-universe.html

For almost a century no protest has been raised against the idiocy (we all live in Einstein's schizophrenic world, don't we?). In the discussion following Hossenfelder's post "Ambi Valent" is trying to draw the attention to the idiotic implications of "Expanding space between non-expanding galaxies" but Sabine Hossenfelder, a brave but desperately silly Einsteinian, is unable to understand anything.

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Re: Expanding Universe or How Idiotic Science Can Be

September 10 2017, 9:57 AM 


Re: Expanding Universe or How Idiotic Science Can Be

September 10 2017, 10:02 AM 

ALL universe expanding is the cause of radial gravity.

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Re: Expanding Universe or How Idiotic Science Can Be

September 10 2017, 12:36 PM 

The universe cannot be expanding at some places and static at others - it is static everywhere. Star light slows down as it travels through the space vacuum, an effect caused by a factor equivalent to vacuum friction. For not so distant stars this is expressed as Hubble redshift but beyond a certain distance the star light does not reach us at all (Olbers' paradox):

"This leads to the prediction of vacuum friction: The quantum vacuum can act in a manner reminiscent of a viscous fluid."

"...explains Liberati. "If spacetime is a kind of fluid, then we must also take into account its viscosity and other dissipative effects, which had never been considered in detail". Liberati and Maccione catalogued these effects and showed that viscosity tends to rapidly dissipate photons and other particles along their path, "And yet we can see photons travelling from astrophysical objects located millions of light years away!" he continues. "If spacetime is a fluid, then according to our calculations it must necessarily be a superfluid. This means that its viscosity value is extremely low, close to zero"." https://phys.org/news/2014-04-liquid-spacetime-slippery-superfluid.html

Nature: "As waves travel through a medium, they lose energy over time. This dampening effect would also happen to photons traveling through spacetime, the researchers found." http://www.nature.com/news/superfluid-spacetime-points-to-unification-of-physics-1.15437

"Some physicists, however, suggest that there might be one other cosmic factor that could influence the speed of light: quantum vacuum fluctuation. This theory holds that so-called empty spaces in the Universe aren't actually empty - they're teeming with particles that are just constantly changing from existent to non-existent states. Quantum fluctuations, therefore, could slow down the speed of light."

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Re: Expanding Universe or How Idiotic Science Can Be

September 11 2017, 9:26 AM 

Not only vacuum friction can slow down light (in a STATIC universe) - the light source can also do so, as photons's journey starts:

"Spatially structured photons that travel in free space slower than the speed of light" Science 20 Feb 2015: Vol. 347, Issue 6224, pp. 857-860

"Physicists manage to slow down light inside vacuum [...] ...even now the light is no longer in the mask, it's just the propagating in free space - the speed is still slow. [...] "This finding shows unambiguously that the propagation of light can be slowed below the commonly accepted figure of 299,792,458 metres per second, even when travelling in air or vacuum," co-author Romero explains in the University of Glasgow press release."

"The speed of light is a limit, not a constant - that's what researchers in Glasgow, Scotland, say. A group of them just proved that light can be slowed down, permanently."

"Although the maximum speed of light is a cosmological constant - made famous by Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity and E=mc^2 - it can, in fact, be slowed down: that's what optics do."

"Glasgow researchers slow the speed of light"

So the essence of the "intrinsic redshift" idea - that the effect can be produced by the source of the light - has been unequivocally proved by experiments:

"Arp argued that the redshift was not due to Hubble expansion or physical movement of the objects, but must have a non-cosmological or "intrinsic" origin." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halton_Arp

"Expanding Universe "red shift" Myth debunked by Halton Arp using Quasars" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV7JX9BZDMs

Needless to say, Halton Arp is an unperson in Einstein's schizophrenic world:

"Withers, however, was already an unperson. He did not exist : he had never existed."

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