By Halton Arp (auth.), W. G. Tifft, W. J. Cocke (eds.)
The nature of time has lengthy questioned physicists and philosophers. Time possibly has very basic but unknown homes. In 1993 a brand new version of multi-dimensional time was once stumbled on to narrate heavily to homes of the cosmological redshift. a world convention was once therefore convened in April 1996 to ascertain previous, present and new ideas of time as they relate to physics and cosmology. those court cases contain 34 reports and contributed papers from the convention. the key stories comprise observational houses of the redshift, replacement cosmologies, severe difficulties in cosmology, substitute viewpoints and difficulties in gravitation concept and particle physics, and new methods to mathematical types of time. pros and scholars with an curiosity in cosmology and the constitution of the universe will locate that this booklet increases serious difficulties and explores tough choices to classical viewpoints.
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The existence of a galacto centric redshift quantization is confirmed at a high confidence level. 1. Introduction Persistent claims have been made over the last 25 years or so that at least some extragalactic redshifts are non- cosmological in origin. Perhaps the least credible of these claims is that the redshifts of galaxies are periodic or 'quantized', tending to occur at intervals of ",72 km S-l within binaries, groups and clusters (Tifft 1976, 1977, 1980; Arp & Sulentic 1985; Arp 1987), with a related global redshift periodicity of ",24 or ",36 km S-l for field galaxies when a suitable correction for the solar motion is made (Tifft & Cocke 1984, hereinafter TC).
I' . ••·i-':·~ ... tt"*' .... :~.! , '~". ,. I .... ~: :- "o~1C' :'... , . . -"..... 2~~~~~~~~~~~~~ .... '.. .. ;- .. ,. '. :-~. re 15. Phase-profile width diagrams, in the galactocentric rest frame, for spiral galaxies. 6 km S-l period is used; W is in km S-l. The left frame contains a 106 point Guthrie-Napier sample of nearby spirals. These very local objects are periodic but are heavily dwarf dominated. The right frame contains 98 classical Sc (t = 5) galaxies. The periodicity is again detectable in specific width intervals, but is not phased with other types and shows a distinct change near W = 200 km S-l.
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Modern Mathematical Models of Time and their Applications to Physics and Cosmology: Proceedings of the International Conference held in Tucson, Arizona, 11–13 April, 1996 by Halton Arp (auth.), W. G. Tifft, W. J. Cocke (eds.)