Relativity and Cosmology


The Karlsson Peaks in the Quasar's Redshift Distribution as an Indication for Circling Light in a Non-Expanding Universe.

Authors: T. De Mees

The quasar's redshift distribution is found to have a periodicities, according to K. G. Karlsson and others. Here, we analyse if these peaks could be an indication of circling light about the centre of the universe. We find that the Zwicky-Ashmore redshift theory provides an excellent evidence for circling light. We can confirm the age of the universe and define its radius and its mass with a good approximation.

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[v1] 26 Oct 2009

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