Cosmological Effects of Scattering in the Intergalactic Medium
This book provides an explanation of electromagnetic scattering effects in the intergalactic medium that produce what have been misinterpreted as 'evolutionary' effects. It accounts for a variety of cosmological phenomena from spectroscopic redshifts to microwave background radiation. These have variously been attributed by the standard cosmological model to an origin in a 'big bang', 'dark matter', and mysterious 'vacuum energy'. This scattering model provides a viable stationary state alternative to the established view of the universe with predictions that more precisely match observation without ad hoc assumptions.
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