The expanding universe model fails the test:
Towards a new cosmological paradigm
P. A. LaViolette, submitted (2017)
The no-evolution, static universe tired-light model and the no-evolution concordance expanding universe cosmology are compared to observational data on six cosmology tests. The tired-light model is shown to make a superior fit on all tests. Also the supernova light curve test is shown to be flawed by selection effect biases; hence claims for cosmological time dilation due to expansion are unsupported. Furthermore the finding that the cosmological redshift values are quantized, that the microwave background radiation is much smoother than was originally thought, the presence of periodicity in the distribution of galaxy clusters, the difficulty in accounting for the WHIM, and the existence of galaxies at z ~ 12 all pose insurmountable problems for the concordance cosmology. It is concluded that the big bang theory does not provide a feasible explanation for the origin of the universe. The alternative cosmology of subquantum kinetics is discussed as a viable substitute. It predicts tired-light redshifting (in intergalactic space), continuous matter creation, MOND-like gravity fields, and a source ofenergy for the CMBR. It also predicts cosmological photon blueshifting (negative Ho) in the vicinity of galaxies and galaxy clusters, thereby explaining the Fingers of God effect and Kaiser pancaking effect, and also predicts excess redshifting for photons passing through cosmic voids thereby explaining their elongation in redshift space. It accounts for the large intrinsic redshifts of quasars, their ejection from galactic cores, and subsequent transformation into companion galaxies in support of Halton Arp's quasar evolution model.
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