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Hi Guys posted here a while ago re Tired Light so thought I would update you all:
Basically there. Finished. QED
1) A FRB with host galaxy redshift enabled the mean electron density to be determined. Turns out its 0.5 per cubic metre exactly as I have been predicting for the last 10 years.
2) Give me any distance to a galaxy and I will work out the redshift from first principles and get it correct.
3) I will do the same for the CMB
4) Dispersion Measure used in Radio astronomy is an exciting aspect. Since DM is due to electrons in IG space and Tired Light believes the same then they should be related. They are and you can find it here'http://www.scirp.org/Journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=70089
Tired light QED
Thank you, Lyndon! I'll have a look :)
That was an interesting read, though I'm a bit out of practice at determining how valid some of the correlations are, because the temptation for post-hoc fit is so high.
Thank you for continuing to dig into things, though. The proof in the pudding is really going to be when we start being able to make more direct measurements of objects at greater distances. If they also don't show evolution (as with the hydrogen clouds in your examples), then acceleration, at the very least will be up for further scrutiny.
I was hoping we'd hear a little bit more about the CMB vis-a-vis shadows, and the soft X-ray work from a decade ago. I haven't had time to look, but it feels pretty quiet :)
Cheers, Lyndon, and thanks again :)
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