Quasars are the Waterloo of the LCDM model

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Re: Quasars are the Waterloo of the LCDM model

Unread postby verisimilitude » Fri Dec 08, 2017 3:21 pm

Michael Mozina wrote:When you stop and think about it, all the key problems in mainstream astronomy originate with the mainstream's refusal to include inelastic scattering effects of photons as they pass through plasma.

Primarily because "inelastic scattering" depends on Fourier Transforms, and the number of people outside of the scientific community who understand this is exceedingly small. A mainstream media outlet is not going to generate ad revenue and increase subscriptions with this line of discussion.

Roger Pynn (Los Alamos National Laboratory) wrote:The evaluation of the correlation functions is mathematically tedious.

Source - http://bit.ly/2AHGFf8 - page 5

If even the experts are annoyed by it, how can a general consumer be assumed to take interest? Natural Philosophy is the stuff of the mainstream. Simple. Easy. Digestible.

*edited because I forgot how to grammar for a second.

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Re: Quasars are the Waterloo of the LCDM model

Unread postby Zyxzevn » Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:18 am

While reading about Zeeman effect and Stark effect, I think that this might be a cause
of the very high redshifts of quasars.

That is because these effects are blue-shifts and red-shifts. The "intrinsic redshift" that
Halton Arp talks about, might be caused by very strong electric and/or
magnetic field of the quasar itself.
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Re: Quasars are the Waterloo of the LCDM model

Unread postby seasmith » Sat Dec 09, 2017 10:01 am

Zyxzevn wrote:While reading about Zeeman effect and Stark effect, I think that this might be a cause
of the very high redshifts of quasars.

That is because these effects are blue-shifts and red-shifts. The "intrinsic redshift" that
Halton Arp talks about, might be caused by very strong electric and/or
magnetic field of the quasar itself.


As likely as any of the other theories that are out there,
imo.
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