Miles Mathis on Halton Arp

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Miles Mathis on Halton Arp

Unread postby D_Archer » Tue Feb 20, 2018 3:59 am

he would have made more progress in the margins if he
had either stuck to data, or embraced a better theory.

What was that theory? It was the 1977 theory of Jayant Narliker, that the redshifts were explained by
increasing particle masses. According to him, the data could be incorporated without doppler provided
fundamental particle masses were increasing with time.

my main reason for disliking it is that there exists a far simpler explanation which does not requiring changing

It is a unified field redshift, caused mostly by charge



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