International Journal of Applied Science and Technology

ISSN 2221-0997 (Print), 2221-1004 (Online)

Cosmological Redshift and Microwave Background Radiation as a Consequence of Irremovable Space-Time Curvature
S. I. Fisenko, I. S. Fisenko


As for cosmological red shift, which is generally explained by space extension, there is a considerable amount of observational data that don’t comply with the theory of purely cosmological origin of red shifts in the spectra galaxies and quasars. Such data are provided, for example, in [1]. In elaboration of the results presented in [2] the red shift is also regarded in this investigation as a widening of electromagnetic radiation spectra, determined by the existence of gravitational radiation of a banded spectrum of the same level as electromagnetic. Irremovable curvature of space-time related neither to matter nor gravitational field [2] offers another explanation for the nature of the microwave background radiation. It turns out that this radiation is not coming from the deepness of space-time but rather is a thermal radiation of such a black body as vacuum with non-zero energy corresponding to the irremovable curvature. PACS 1999 – 04.90.+e, 52.55.Ez, 23.40.-s.


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