The universe does not expand
(work against the mainstream)
Author : Luis Biarge Baldellou – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- We see objects at 13.7 billion light-years and 379,000 years after Big Bang (Reference). I have calculated: how it can’t be more quickly that speed light in this moment their distance from Universe center would be 379000 light-years, by that move away at 379000/13700000000 = 2,76e-5 respect to light speed.
- The Universe expand near or at light speed (1/t or 1/H-Reference). The reference says very close, but I add that an object traveling at light speed is not show unless the speed (or expansion) decreases later.
- There is at least a collision at near 5000 million light years (reference CL0958+4702).
- The relation of visible light years and years from first stars are near the same. We see 13700 million light-years and first stars have this time (in Milky way there is a star with 13200 million years) (reference HE 1523-0901 – 13.2 billion years – in Milky Way).