March 14, 2019
the recession of galaxies, Cosmological Redshift, Doppler effect, moving re-emitter
The farther the galaxy from the Earth, the stronger the spectrum of the light coming from it is shifted to the red. This decrease in frequency (redshift) is usually attributed to the recession of galaxies and to the Doppler effect arising from this. The notion of scattering of galaxies led to a number of known contradictions in cosmology and the myth of the Big Bang.
This paper shows that the cosmological redshift is actually explained by the Doppler effect, but it is not related to the recession of galaxies