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Representation of Galactic Dynamics Via Isoshifts Without Universe Expansion, Dark Matter and Dark Energy

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In this paper, we outline mathematical, theoretical and experimental studies by the author on the anomalous redshifts (blueshifts) of light passing through cold (hot) gases without relative motion, that are known as Santilli isoredshifts (isoblueshifts); we review the rather vast experimental and visual evidence on the lack of expansion of the universe and related cosmological conjectures, including the lack of acceleration, big bang and dark energy; we recall a number of insufficiencies of the conjecture of dark matter, with particular reference to its lack of quantitative representation of anomalous redshifts of galactic stars;we then present, apparently for the first time, a quantitative and time invariant representation of the anomalous redshift of galactic stars via Santilli isoredshifts and isoblueshifts without dark matter by merely admitting the astrophysical evidence that galaxies are indeed filled up with an actual, physical, detectable, gaseous medium causing deviations from the Doppler shift law; and we point out that the emerging new vistas of the universe do preserve Einstein’s axioms of special relativity and merely require broader realizations.

DOI 10.11648/j.ajmp.20150402.11
Published in American Journal of Modern Physics (Volume 4, Issue 2, March 2015)
Page(s) 26-43
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Dark Matter, Spacial Relativity, Isorelativity

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