Classical Physics


Frequency Decrease of Light

Authors: D.H.W. Reffer

This is a so slow phenomenon that its effect is undetectable in light emitted at distances as in our galaxy, but is significant in light coming from cosmological distances, hence the alias ”Cosmological Degeneration/Decay of Light”. On postulating the phenomenon’s existence, its law comes uniquely—an unprecedented case in physics. As main consequences, it: solves Digges-Olbers’ paradox, thus making possible cosmology with infinite universe ; explains Hubble-Humason’s redshift (or cosmological redshift), in agreement with Hubble’s constant’s inconstancy; explains Penzias and Wilosn’s CMB; explains the unexplained non-uniformity in CMB; replaces the Big-Bang theory/model/scenario. Two new predictions are made. Keywords: frequency decrease; solving Digges & Olbers paradox; infinite universe; replacing Big-Bang theory; background radiation; absolutely resting frame; Hubble constant inconstancy

Comments: 8 Pages. This is a fundamental phenomenon of classical electromagnetism that replaces the Big-Bang theory.

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[v1] 2018-02-06 11:17:41
[v2] 2018-03-04 05:48:36

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