Relativity and Cosmology

   

The Cosmological Redshift is Compatible with the Aether, But not with Special Relativity

Authors: Dino Bruniera

The observations show that the apparent brightness of type Ia supernovae with high redshift, is about 25% lower than that expected. Which, according to the present paper, shows that the cosmological redshift cannot indicate the expansion of space. So since Special Relativity is compatible with the cosmological redshift only if it indicates the expansion of space, the demonstration that does not indicate it, proves that Special Relativity is not compatible with it. For the theories of the aether, on the other hand, the cosmological redshift may not indicate the expansion of space, therefore they are compatible with it.

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[v1] 2019-11-09 13:58:34

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