Progress In New Cosmologies: Beyond the Big Bang by H.C. Arp

Progress In New Cosmologies: Beyond the Big Bang

EditorH.C. Arp, C.R. Keys, K. Rudnicki

Hardcover | January 31, 1994

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Proceedings of a conference held in Lodz, Poland, in September 1992. Papers discuss redshift periodicity on the local supercluster, compact groups of galaxies, matter in voids, whether galaxies are really receding, the case against the big bang, De Sitter redshift, equilibrium cosmology, steady-state cosmology, computer simulations of galaxies, gamma-ray emission regions in AGNs, Galilean gravitation on a manifold, variable light velocity, and quantized vacuum energy and the hierarchy of matter. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Title:Progress In New Cosmologies: Beyond the Big BangFormat:HardcoverDimensions:375 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.03 inPublished:January 31, 1994Publisher:Springer US

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Fitting Theory to Observation-From Stars to Cosmology (H. Arp). Redshift Periodicity in the Local Supercluster (W.M. Napier, B.N.G. Guthrie). Compact Groups of Galaxies (J.W. Sulentic). Is There Matter in Voids? (B. Wszolek). Redshifts and Arplike Configurations in the Local Group (M. Zabierowski). Are the Galaxies Really Receding? (F.L. Walker). The Case Against the Big Bang (E.J. Lerner). De Sitter Redshift (J.B. Miller, T.E. Miller). Equilibrium Cosmology (T. Jaakkola). A SteadyState Cosmology (A.K.T. Assis). Cosmological Principles (K. Rudnicki). The Meta Model (T. Van Flandern). Dark Matter, Spiral Arms, and Giant Comets (S.V.M. Clube). Active Galactic Nuclei (P.F. Browne). Computer Simulations of Galaxies (W. Peter et al.). Are There GammaRay Burst Sources at Cosmological Distances? (W. Tkaczyk). Gamma Ray Emission Regions in AGNs (S. Triphonova, A. Lagutin). 5 additional articles. Index.