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See also 'Big Bang Blasted.' Tired Light theories have been around for nearly 100 years and provide an alternative to the Big Bang and an expanding Universe. In Tired Light, redshifts are explained in terms of photons of light interacting with the electrons in the plasma of space. The photons lose energy, their frequency decreases, their wavelength increases and they have been redshifted. The energy transferred to the recoiling electron is re-radiated as a secondary photon and these form the CMBR. Tired Light theories have previously been rejected since certain tests were said to discredit it but now these objections have been overcome and Tired Light is now at the forefront of cosmological theories. Furthermore, discoveries in 2015 confirm predictions that New Tired Light made nearly 20 years ago! New Tired Light was published in a peer reviewed scientific journal in August 2016 and the book follows this development. In 2015 a fast radio burst was observed and for the first time we had the redshift of the host galaxy. This enabled the mean electron number density to be determined as 0.5 m DEGREES-3 exactly as predicted by New Tired Light nearly twenty years ago. New Tired Light provides a mechanism by which redshifts can happen and using standard Physics we can now pick any galaxy and calculate its redshift from first principles and get it right! The book chooses two galaxies used by Hubble in his earlier 1930's paper said to show the Universe is expanding and calculates the redshift in terms of a photon - electron recoil interaction. We see that there is no need for expansion as it is simple optics. The book goes on to look at the various tests such as the Tolman surface brightness test which now supports Tired Light and supernovae curve broadening which now is in doubt. It finishes with a review of Zwicky's original paper on Tired Li
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