Plasma Redshift in Hercules A (3C 348)
Treating gravity as the dominate force in the Universe and extragalactic redshifts as evidence of cosmic expansion creates a lot of unnecessary headaches for astrophysicists and cosmologists. A good example of this is an object posted in the gallery, galaxy 3C 348 and its radio loud core Hercules A. Mainstream scientists calculate that this galaxy’s spectral redshift of 0.155 z (z = (observed wavelength – rest wavelength)/(rest wavelength)) puts it at distance of over 2 […]
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