Posts Tagged ‘cosmic distance ladder’

Do Fast Radio Burst = Astromeinradiation? reported that for the first time a “fast radio burst” has been detected using an instrument other than the Parkes radio telescope in Australia.

In the article Victoria Kaspi from Montreal’s McGill University said, “The radio waves show every sign of having come from far outside our galaxy – a really exciting prospect.”

Jason Hessels from the University of Amsterdam also said, “The race is now on to figure out what causes these burst.”

An international team of scientist who study these burst estimated that there are about 10,000 each day over the whole sky. Read the rest of this entry »


There are two types of electromagnetic spectrum energy momentums – steady flow and explosive flow.

All energy diminishes from high to low – that is a simply fact of nature and is seen in countless examples. The energy from the sun decreases as it leaves the source and so does each star and each energy phenomenon occurring in the universe. Examples are everywhere even in the vacuum of space – which we were told enables energy to go on forever (but not supported by the observations or measurements.)

I already coined a word astromeinradiation for the recording of diminishing and remanent energies from a distance source. Now I am designing another word “dynascale” for the explosive flow.

From the Greek root words:
dyna = power
scal = ladder, stairs

Dynascale radiation is the electromagnetic spectrum fingerprint of a high energy explosive event. Read the rest of this entry »


There is the present hypothesis that space is expanding and that light gets stretched into the red. This hypothesis has been developed from Hubble’s Law which is considered to be the measurement of light being stretched into the red as space is expanding.  A whole field of “weird or strange” science has been developed from this conclusion such as the metric expansion of space, the sure evidence for the big bang model, and more.

The Red Shift Theory (see video below) developed from the conclusions of the LED experiment shows us that light energy detected is either weak or strong.   In the visual electromagnetic spectrum blue light is a higher energy light colour and the weakest energy colour light is red.  The light energy from distance objects seen is weaker thus red.

I submit a new hypothesis (for testing) gained from understanding the LED experiment results: The cosmological redshift and the redshift  is not caused from space expanding that stretches light or the Doppler Effect for distance objects but because the energy detected is weaker. Read the rest of this entry »

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