Astrophysics

1011 Submissions

[3] viXra:1011.0072 [pdf] submitted on 29 Nov 2010

The Age and Size of the Universe.

Authors: J. Dunning-Davies
Comments: 3 pages.

The possible implications of some reported high-valued red-shifts for both the age and size of the Universe are examined on the basis of presently accepted theory.
Category: Astrophysics

[2] viXra:1011.0057 [pdf] replaced on 5 Dec 2010

Is an Algebraic Cubic Equation the Primitive Instinct Beyond Electromagnetic and Nuclear World?

Authors: Jin He
Comments: 16 pages

Everyone lives his or her life instinctively. Does the instinct originate from the natural world? If the instinct is a rational process, is the natural world rational? Unfortunately, people have not found any rational principle behind the natural world. Because human activities are realized directly through electromagnetic and nuclear forces of entropy-increase, people are difficult to recognize the principle. Compared to the large-scale structure of galaxies, human bodies and their immediate environment are the "microscopic" world. The electromagnetic and nuclear forces which rule the world, however, disappear in the formation of large-scale galaxy structures. Similarly they disappear in the formation of the solar system. My previous papers found many evidences that galaxies are rational. This paper shows that large-scale galaxy structure must originate from an algebraic cubic equation.
Category: Astrophysics

[1] viXra:1011.0043 [pdf] replaced on 13 Dec 2010

Cosmological and Intrinsic Redshifts

Authors: José Francisco García Juliá
Comments: 5 pages

In a recent article, a single tired light mechanism, based in the interaction between electromagnetic waves, has been proposed for explaining both redshifts: cosmological (without expansion of the universe) and intrinsic. A second paper specifies that said interaction would be the scattering. This article is to reinforce and clarify the whole idea.
Category: Astrophysics