Big bang/A critique of Compton effect interpretation of solar red shift

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Compton Effect and Redshift[edit]

Compton effect causes Redshift which implies the universe is static as opposed to the universe expanding as the Big Bang theory suggests. [1]

Methods[edit]

based on a hypothesis, they used a model based on the mass currents in the photosphere and a formula to measure wavelengths of photons.

Results[edit]

The magnitude of the total Compton effect redshift from multiple scatterings through a region containing free electrons is proportional to the photon wavelength. The magnitude of a Compton effect redshift is indistinguishable from a Doppler effect red shift. This means that the light appears to be scattering in the expanding universe, but in reality the light is being absorbed and reflected by electrons and protons in the air.

References[edit]

  1. Kierein, J.W. (03/1968). Compton effect interpretation of solar red shift. Solar physics (0038-0938), 3 (3), 450. DOI: 10.1007/BF00171618