The expansion, what
if one suddenly
to examine the
in atomic Hydrogen
present everywhere in the
The CREIL effect, or how Cosmology almost did not inherit expansion.
your own quasar
Rational astrophysics. §
Jacques Moret-Bailly points out that this is not a new theory, but
an application of ordinary spectroscopy to a simplified "Strömgren
model", in which:
- The stars are very hot black bodies.
- Stars emit "stellar winds" consisting essentially of a hydrogen
- At a distance (~ 10 AU for the Sun), the "Strömgren sphere" is the
place where the plasma condenses into excited atoms.
- The excitation of the atoms disappears beyond a "Strömgren shell"
(~ 10-15 AU).
The laws of ordinary spectroscopy apply. In particular, far from the
heavy stars (stars, planets), the gas pressure is so low that the
free path of the atoms lasts more than 10 nanoseconds, that is to
say more than the duration of the electromagnetic pulses which form
the light of an atom, Thermal origin. Thus, in this medium, light-material
interactions are spatially coherent, so that Einstein's theory
applies, in particular superradiance (which explains the brightness
of the limbs of the Strömgren spheres compensated by the absorption
of light Of all stars not located near this limb), and the SSRI,
coherent impulse Raman effect (which explains the reddening by
energy transfer to the electromagnetic thermal background.)
As you see, the author does not construct a new theory, he applies
only the well-known laws of coherent spectroscopy to a medium known
to all, whereas, according to Menzel who denies the importance of
optical coherence in nebulae. Astrophysicists ignore superradiance
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Why make it
complicated (big bang) rather than simple.
(ordinary physics) in astrophysics? §
In a document published on August 23, 2017, Jacques Moret-Bailly
asks: "Why, in astrophysics, make it complicated (big bang) rather than
simple (ordinary physics)?
Astrophysicists are unaware that all the
interactions of light with the gases under very low pressure, which fill
almost the whole universe, are spatially coherent. This omission is
filled by a theory (ΛCDM) and improbable complements
(expansion of the Universe, variation of the fine structure constant,
dark matter, black energy, etc.)
The dipole interactions of light
with interstellar gases construct rings that are more or less visible
and regular; the quadrupole interactions construct the spectra of the H
atom in the quasars, showing that Hubble's law does not measure
distances but column densities of the excited H atom.
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of a poster at the European Astrophysicists Symposium EWASS 2018.
Presentation of a poster at the European Astrophysicists Symposium EWASS
Our intention is not to go to the bottom of a problem, but to
show that the mere observation that the interactions of light with low
pressure gases (as in a gas laser) are COHERENT is the source of many
explanations using the SSRI by which:
- Hubble's law does not
evaluate distances but "excited atomic hydrogen column densities";
Whence an exaggeration of the distances in the neighborhood of the big
hot stars: it is necessary to compare thus to reduce the size of the
spiral nebulae which are thus stable without "dark matter", etc.
The interaction of light with gases excited under low pressure (observed
during degassing by a passage of electricity in the old glass vacuum
bells) is not an emission but an amplification (Einstein's law: the
variation of the radiance I is dI = BI dx). In fact, Einstein
established this law of superradiance by thermodynamics by limiting
himself to a light ray to have only one variable because thermodynamics
gave only one relation. On optically pumped lasers (ruby, neodymium-YAG,
dye) it is verified that a dipole orientation occurs by the incident
ray, hence the I to the second member, but if this orientation is
coherent for the excitation ray, it is not for most others, which
produces a super-absorption, hence the disappearance of SN1987A when
SNR1987A lit its rings, etc. That a beautifull black hole which don't
digest the star ! Isnt'it very fine ?
S09 N° 443 - The interstellar
medium as a window onto galaxy evolution. Poster EWASS 2018: Spatially
coherent spectroscopy of interstellar gas. Jacques Moret-Bailly. Retired
Professor, Burgundy University.
Moret-Bailly. Coherent interactions of light with collisionless atomic
hydrogen. 2018. <hal-01814502>
Abstract: The object of
this paper is the study of a theoretical optical system consisting of
very hot and distant spherical bodies (called stars), emitting protons
and electrons whose cooling by adi-abatic expansion produces, on "Strömgren
spheres", hydrogen atoms previously mentioned. Large spaces between
these elementary systems are thought to contain a very low pressure
atomic hydrogen gas whose interactions with light are spatially coherent.
The study of this theoretical system uses the rules established by
Einstein in 1917 and widely verified in the study of gas lasers.
Questionable comparisons with astronomical observations are
distinguished from the theoretical study by asterisks preceding the
titles. Just as lasers emit rays in the directions where coherent
amplification is maximal, the excited atomic hydrogen shell that
surrounds a sphere of Strömgren draws the limb of the sphere into a
possibly punctuated ring. This superradiating emission is associated
with a super-absorption of the excitatrce light received from the star
which, for example, conceals SN1987A since the ignition of SNR1987A.
A pulsed pulsed Raman effect (SSRI) reduces the frequencies of light
pulses forming natural light to the benefit of cold radiation to
increase entropy. An excitation of the cold atoms mainly in the 2P level
is necessary to the SSRI, so that the redness stops when an absorbed
line reaches the frequency Ly-man alpha, which generates the remarkable
reddenings of Karlsson 3K and 4K. Elemental spectroscopy replaces big
bang, dark matter and energy, does not require variation of the
hyperfine constant, and so on. Hubble's law evaluates excited atomic
hydrogen column density, increasing distances in hot zones (galaxies),
hence the size of stable spiral galaxies without black matter, inflating
bubbles in galaxy maps. Version: Jacques Moret-Bailly. Coherent
interactions of light with collisionless atomic hydrogen. 2018.