Agathangelidis, Antonis N.
May 4, 2014
The existent ether offers the missing masses to the galaxies and should make the universe more massive, but not denser, than it is assumed. The ether is assumed of constant density throughout the universe and such a property should make both: the speed of light to be constant in intergalactic space, (although locally - i.e. close to matter - an influence of gravitational potential is proved to affect the speed of light), and second the constancy of ether density should make any “explosion of space” quite impossible. But a ‘friction’ of the photon in the ether should create the cosmic red-shift which was erroneously interpreted as “recession of galaxies” or “big bang”. In this work the constant A of ‘friction’ of photon in ether has been determined by means of 310 SN Ia; the result then is, up to z=2, many of the galaxies are receding (maximum velocity +0.2166 c) and numerous others are approaching to us (maximum velocity -0.2166 c) i.e. the universe don’t show any “big bang”.