Authors: Arieh Sher
Hubble's law is considered the first and most cited observational basis for the Big Bang (BB) theory. Hubble, relying on observations made by him and by others, postulated that galaxies are receding from each other at a velocity that is linear to their relative distances. He used the Doppler effect for finding the receding velocity. He claimed that there is a linear relation between the galaxy’s receding velocity and the measured redshift of the galaxy. These observations led to acceptance of the BB theory. The linear relation seemed valid for galaxies relatively close to the Milky Way with small redshifts. However, later measurements done on distant galaxies with high redshift show that the linear graph curves up. These later observations led to the theory that the universe is expanding at an ever-accelerating rate and subsequently to the theory of Dark Energy to account for this accelerated expansion. These new theories related to the accelerated expanding universe has raised controversies among the scientific community. The Pivot theory is a new theory, that I originally suggested for solving the dark matter problem. I claim that the current structure of the universe structure is a huge black hole, the Pivot, where all the dark matter is concentrated, and a ring of a visible universe is orbiting it. In the current article, I claim that the observed z shift of galaxies is caused by gravitational shift of the Pivot rather than by Doppler shift suggested by Hubble. A detailed description of this theory is presented by Sher 
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