Chapter 1 – Overview of the Methodology A New Paradigm for Microphysics Process and Order Experiments Contradicting the Assumption of Relative Frames Concluding Remarks
Chapter 7 – The Cosmological Redshift The Expanding Universe Hypothesis Interpreting the Redshift with Model G History of the Tired-Light Model The Angular-Size-Redshift Test The Tolman Surface Brightness Test The Hubble Diagram Test The Galaxy Number-Count-Magnitude Test The Supernova Data: Evidence for Time Dilation? The Redshift Quantization Effect Beyond the Big Bang The Reality of Energy Nonconservation
Measurements at microwave wavelengths of Sgr A*, which is popularly called a "black hole", indicate that its radiation comes from a region smaller than its event horizon. This proves that it cannot be a black hole since these measurements show it to be luminous rather than black.