Scientists Claim that the Lack of Expansion of the Universe has been Confirmed from Space

In a recent NPR interview, astronaut Chris Hadfield indicated that his spaceship became "blood red" when seeing Sunrise, thus confirming that Sunlight passing through our atmosphere experiences a redshift without relative motion. Dr. R. M. Santilli and Dr. j. V. Kadeisvili of of the Institute for Basic Research and the R M Santilli Foundation comment on Hadfield’s interview and how it supports the lack of expansion of the universe (http://www.npr.org/templates/transcript/transcript.php?storyId=241830872).

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A view of the "blood red" seen by astronaut Chris Hadfield in his spaceship.

"So the whole station glows with the light of dawn, with all the big solar arrays glowing blood red, and then orange, and then, as the sun clears the atmosphere, they settle down to sort of an iridescent blue." Astronaut Chris Hadfield.

Palm Harbor, Florida (PRWEB) December 23, 2013

In a recent NPR interview, astronaut Chris Hadfield indicated that his spaceship became "blood red" when seeing Sunrise, thus confirming that Sunlight passing through our atmosphere experiences a redshift without relative motion. Dr. R. M. Santilli and Dr. j. V. Kadeisvili of of the Institute for Basic Research and the R M Santilli Foundation comment on Hadfield’s interview and how it supports the lack of expansion of the universe (http://www.npr.org/templates/transcript/transcript.php?storyId=241830872).

“In 1929, the American astrophysicist Edwin Hubble discovered that light reaching earth from far away galaxies is redshifted in a way proportional to the distance from Earth, with consequential acceleration with the increase of the distance.” Dr. Santilli states. “In order to maintain the validity of Einstein's special relativity for the large scale structure of the universe, Hubble's experimental discovery was interpreted via the conjecture of the expansion of the universe. Hubble did not accept this conjecture because the acceleration would be radial in all directions from Earth, thus implying Earth at the center of the universe. In support of the view by Hubble and others, the Swiss astrophysicist Fritz Zwicky proposed in 1929 that light originating from far away galaxies loses energy to intergalactic gases during its long journey to reach Earth. Despite its plausibility, Zwicky's hypothesis was discredited by Einstein followers, and has remained so to this day. The visual evidence reported by astronaut Hadfield during his NPR interview confirms Zwicky’s hypothesis and, consequently, supports the lack of expansion of the universe” (http://www.santilli-foundation.org/Confirm-No-Exp.php).

“Dr. R. M. Santilli has conducted decades of mathematical, theoretical and experimental research in support of Hubble, Zwicky and other historical views’ states Dr. J. V.K Kadeisvili of the Institute for Basic Research and of the R. M. Santilli Foundation. “Dr. Santilli's studies were initiated at Harvard University under DOE (then ERDA) contract ER-78-S-02-4742.A000 and then completed at The Institute for Basic Research in Florida with the experimental verification that the redness of the Sun in the transition from the Zenith to the horizon is a new type of redshift without relative motion that Dr. Santilli called IsoRedShift (where the prefix "iso" denotes use of the new isomathematics). Dr. Santilli's measurements on Earth are a direct confirmation of Zwicky's hypothesis, although via a new atomic process, resulting in the so-called Zwicky-Santilli effect. Dr. Santilli showed that the redness of the Sun at Sunset is visual evidence that galaxies are not moving away from us, and the increase of the redness with the increase of the travel of Sunlight in our atmosphere is visual evidence of the lack of acceleration of the expansion” (see the verifications in http://www.santilli-foundation.org/docs/IRS-confirmations-212.pdf).

“Einstein followers have moved a number of objections to Dr. Santilli's measurements of the IsoRedShift” Dr. Kadeisvili states. “One of them is that the redness of the Sun at the horizon is due to light scattered by the atmosphere surrounding the Sun. This claim appears to be political when proffered by experts, because Dr. Santilli's measurements were done on ‘direct’ sunlight with the careful exclusion of the light from the surrounding. In any case, ‘scattering’ cannot exist along a straight line, as experts are expected to know. The first importance of Hadfield’s interview is that of dismissing the above criticism because the ‘blood red’ color of the Sun is seen from space without any surrounding atmosphere. The second importance of Hadfield’s interview is that of providing visual confirmation of Dr. Santilli’s IsoRedShift. The third importance of Hadfield’s interview is that of providing clear support for the lack of expansion of the universe. Additionally, the NPR interview indicated that, when seen millions of light years from us, our Sun shows a cosmological redshift without expansion of the universe merely due to the replacement of our atmosphere with intergalactic gases (for technical details, visit http://www.santilli-foundation.org/Conf-2013-No-Univ-Exp.php).

The Institute for Basic Research (IBR) was founded by R. M. Santilli in 1981, and housed at the Prescott House within the Harvard Compound. A Division of the IBR was organized in 1995 at Castle Prince Pignatelli in Molise, Italy, and additional divisions have been organized in Europe, Africa and China. In 1989, the IBR was moved to Florida where it operates as a non-profit corporation coordinating research by scientists in various countries on basic advances in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and cosmology (http://www.i-b-r.org/).

J. V. Kadeisvili
Professor of Theoretical Physics
The Institute of Basic Research
CV: http://www.i-b-r.org//Kadeisvili-CV-12:13.pdf
Email: jvkadeisvili(at)gmail(dot)com