Ritz ballistic (emission) theory of light (BTR), standard cosmological model, Big Bang, redshift spectra of galaxies, Ritz effect, Doppler effect, Hubble law, re-emission of light, Seyfert galaxies, Gamow, CMB, Cepheids, Bergman
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
Astronomers are constantly catching new mysteries from the depths of the Universe, in solving which even the standard cosmological model of the Big Bang and the expansion of the Universe is powerless. Suffice it to mention the accelerated expansion of the Universe, fluctuations in the relict radiation, the uniform motion of thousands of galaxy clusters. Trying to explain these anomalies, cosmologists offer more and more new hypotheses and terms - “dark energy”, “dark force”, “dark mass”, “dark stream”, “axis of evil”. It is as if the next episode of "Star Wars" is being played out in the cosmic ocean, and they are trying to lure everyone to the dark side of astrophysics, although there is a simple, bright, crystal clear explanation of all the mysteries within the framework of the ballistic (emission) theory of light (BTR). This opposition of dark and light cosmologies is reminiscent of the opposition of the cosmologies of Aristotle and Copernicus.