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Topic: DECREASING SPEED OF LIGHT IN A NON-EMPTY VACUUM
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Pentcho Valev

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Re: DECREASING SPEED OF LIGHT IN A NON-EMPTY VACUUM
Posted: Mar 31, 2013 6:43 PM
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http://bourabai.narod.ru/shtyrkov/evolution-e.htm
Prof. E. I. Shtyrkov: "At present, vacuum has been experimentally established to be not a void but it is some material medium with definite but not so far investigated features. It was really confirmed by observation of several vacuum effects, for instance, zero oscillations and polarization of vacuum, generating the particles in vacuum due to electromagnetic interaction. Therefore, it was reasonable to assume that this real matter-physical vacuum can possess internal friction due to its small but a real viscosity to result in variation of light-matter interaction. That is, vacuum can affect on the light wave because of certain resistance. This may be a reason for the redshifts observed. (...) The electromagnetic wave is gradually slowing down... (...) The frequency perceived by observers at any point on the light path depends on the light velocity being at the observation time."

http://www.astrosurf.com/quasar95/exposes/galaxies.pdf
"Paradoxalement, Hubble n'admit jamais cette théorie du Big-Bang et de l'expansion de l'univers. Il défendit la théorie de "la lumière fatiguée" reprise par Pecker, Vigier et Alton Arp. Dans cette théorie, la lumière en parcourant de longues distances perd une partie de son énergie ET DE SA VITESSE, et se décalent vers le rouge."

Einsteinians and cosmologists:

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-nJufBw49HVg/UQv6WzN5EII/AAAAAAAAAO8/2eP144kxs7o/s1600/head+in+sand.jpg

Clever Einsteinians and clever cosmologists:

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_45GnkHLOfyA/TClEb8j-yAI/AAAAAAAAA48/Sz82Y_ZwGvs/s1600/Ratosdenavio.png

Pentcho Valev



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