Ritz Ballistic Theory (BTR), De Sitter, Gutnik and Freundlich, Ritz effect, Cepheids, Belopolsky, La Rosa, pulsars, Brecher, Fox, Barr effect
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
Four centuries ago, in 1610-1611, Galileo published the "Star Bulletin", where he told the world about observing the sky through the telescope he created. These observations destroyed the millennial myths of Aristotle and the Scholastics about the ideal, supernatural nature of the heavenly bodies. Galileo discovered mountains on the moon, spots on the sun, satellites of Jupiter, phases of Venus, and the Milky Way turned out to be a scattering of stars. The boundary invented by Aristotle between the earthly "material" and the heavenly "ideal" world has been erased: the Moon had an earthly relief and revolved near the Earth, like satellites around Jupiter, like Venus and other planets around the Sun. The Earth turned out to be of the same nature with the planets and the Sun, and the Sun - with the stars of the Milky Way. These observations opened the way for people to the sky, confirming Bruno's idea of the presence of completely material and attainable planets there. But three centuries later, the scholastics and mystics took revenge, for science returned to the dark superstitions of the Middle Ages: the theory of relativity once again separated the earthly world from the heavenly by a light barrier (event horizon), like an Aristotle crystal sphere.