Van Zanten, Leonard
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
January 2, 2015
Radial, Velocity, Wavelength, Redshift,
Science, by Hubble's constant (Ref 1), has it that wavelength determines velocity, and that a change in it - is an equal change in velocity. This is found to be wrong, in that velocity is at all times determined by three factors, by the magnetic constant of velocity in relevance to length and amplitude. Utilizing Hubble's constant a radial velocity will come a speed many times greater than what the factual shift in wavelength indicates. And evidence has shown that longer waves require a greater expansion for a radial velocity equal in speed to those of shorter lengths. We therefore have as yet to acquire an insight into the mathematics by which radial velocities are to be calculated such as is presented here.