Authors: Michael J Savins
There is considerable evidence to suggest that many apparent quasar galaxy pairs, actually are pairs despite their difference in red shift. Therefore, the light leaving the quasar must be gravitationally red shifted at source. However, one might expect the quasar to be blue shifted relative to the galaxy in view of the truly gigantic amount of energy being released ejecting huge volumes of material at relativistic speed. The problem then is how to account for the difference, what mechanism is capable of turning a blue shift into a considerable red shift other than cosmological expansion? The answer is time or more precisely the rate of flow of time. A quasar alters the rate of flow of time in its locality by the following Rt = E/m + -ma. The quasar by attempting to reverse time in its vicinity slows down the universal rate of flow of time in its locality. This slow down of the rate of flow of time or time dilation results in light leaving the quasar being far red shifted at source. This rules out a black hole as being a candidate for the quasar as black holes and galaxies share the same time frame, this means it has to be a white hole which is time reversed in comparison to the rest of the universe
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