Ritz, Copernicus and Galileo and Kepler, Cepheids, Ritz effect, Hubble's law, Ritz's ballistic theory,
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
In 1506, 500 years ago, Copernicus came to the bold conclusion that many celestial phenomena were imaginary. The visible circular motions of the Sun and the stars, the loop-like paths of the planets turned out to be an illusion born of the axial and orbital rotation of the Earth. But the lesson taught by Copernicus was forgotten, and again scientists firmly believe in the reality of heavenly pictures, puzzle over them, coming up with explanations no less mystical and complex than those of their ancient colleagues who considered the Earth the center of the world. But the picture of the cosmos could have become clearer back in 1908, when Walter Ritz, having built the BTR (ballistic theory), again turned to the classical principle of relativity introduced by Copernicus and Galileo, according to which any motion (including the movement of light) is relative - depends on the frame of reference , its speed. But the official science, rejecting this progressive principle, wishes to remain in captivity of illusions and mirages created by the rotation of the celestial spheres.