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Pourquoi faire compliqué (big bang) plutôt que simple (physique ordinaire) en astrophysique ?

Abstract : Astrophysicists are unaware that all interactions of light with low pressure gases lthat fill almost the whole universe, are spatially coherent. This omission is corrected by Λ-CDM theory and improbable complements (expansion of Universe, variation of fine structure constant, black matter, dark energy, etc.). Dipole interactions of light with interstellar gases build rings that are more or less visible and regular. Quadrupole interactions construct spectra of H atom in quasars, showing that Hubble's law does not measure distances but column densities of the excited H atom.
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Jacques Moret-Bailly. Pourquoi faire compliqué (big bang) plutôt que simple (physique ordinaire) en astrophysique ?. 2017. ⟨hal-01576435⟩

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