William Tifft's theory (merged)

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    http://www.ldolphin.org/tifftshift.html



    what william is saying is that redshifts from galaxies are not various .

    in otherwords the the redshifts of galaxies change in time . but do so like an onion , the closer to the center of the galaxy , the more energy the center has. the further away the less energy there is .

    the have a constant speed , meters per second .

    72 and multiples of . 144 , 216 , 288 , 360 etc.

    there is nothing inbetween
     
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    Redshift differences for double galaxies. Instead of following the expected distribution (dotted line), they tend to fall into bins separated by 72-km/sec.

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    Why do they fall into bins?
     
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    1) This article is not by William Tifft.
    2) The claim that “Remarkably, using the same solar-motion correction as before, the galaxies' redshifts again bunched around certain specific values. But this time the favored redshifts were separated by exactly 1/2 of the basic 72 km per second interval.” seems to disprove the original claim and methodology of binning.

    The hypothesis that redshift is quantized is not supported by the best data or any viable model. Analysis of random, clumpy data will always yield self-fitted patterns (selection effect), but such a pattern in a single random instance (i.e. the clumping of galaxies in our universe) is not a law of nature. Thus, like pareidolia, these patterns arising from data manipulation attract plenty of fringe interest without advancing science.
     
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