Ritz, Hubble, cosmological redshift, binaries, construction of Ritz Effect equation, extinction, re-emission
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
What is commonly referred to as the ballistic hypothesis that the addition of the speed of light at the source, in fact, is the classical principle of relativity of Galileo in the annex to light. Galileo, after the classical-atomists (Democritus, Epicurus, Lucretius), considered the flow of light particles emitted by the source. According to Galileo, their velocity is the vector sum of two motions: the velocity V of the light source relative to the observer and the speed of C relative to the source of light particles. This principle explains the Michelson experiment, upon which Ritz built corpuscular electrodynamics, tying together the electrical, magnetic and gravitational forces.