Relativity and Cosmology

   

The Nobel Prize for Erroneous “Discovery” of Acceleration of Cosmic Expansion

Authors: Peter Kohut

Three cosmologists were awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in physics for their “discovery” that the speed of cosmic expansion accelerates. This acceleration was deduced from observations showing that very distant supernovas look fainter and therefore, more distant than they should be by constant or decelerating cosmic expansion. But this interpretation is wrong and based on the misleading dogma that the light always moves towards us by a constant speed c.

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